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Infiniti QX4, Infiniti QX56, Infiniti FX35, Infiniti FX45, SUV
#69 of 90 2001 QX4 headlight
Jul 25, 2007 (8:31 am)
Does anyone know if it is difficult to change a headlight bulb on this model? Is it worth the $120.00 the Dealer wants? (plus the $300 for the bulb)
#70 of 90 Re: Slightly cloudy headlight cover [emodqx4]
Oct 03, 2007 (10:52 pm)
To clear the cloudy headlight film, go to Pep Boys and purchase their McGuires Plastic Lens cleaner $4.99 per bottle. It makes them look new in seconds. A friend, and theInfiniti parts manager told me to about this. Also, Pep Boys sells a lens cleaning polishing kit that goes on a drill made for plastic lens and it cost $9.99. The McGuires worked so well and effortlessly, I took it back. Hoehn Infiniti, Carlsbad, Ca uses a 3M plastic polish on their cars for lens detailing, but I do not know the exact name. New lens and headlamp assembly unit cost $504. each of the G35 retail.
#71 of 90 Re: Slightly cloudy headlight cover [tafre]
by steve_ HOST
Oct 03, 2007 (11:16 pm)
Some people use gel fluoride toothpaste on their lenses.
Healing Hazy Headlamps
#72 of 90 QX4 Spoiler from Newbie
Jan 01, 2008 (3:52 pm)
My name is Dave, and I own a 99 QX4. I live up in New Brunswick, Canada where we are currently getting TOO MUCH SNOW! If somebody from the south could send up some warm air to melt this stuff, it would be greatly appreciated!
Last month my wife flipped the QX4 over after hitting black ice at 115 KM/hr. We're all fine, but after the repairs are done, the body shop cannot find a rear spoiler to replace the one broken off in the accident. Apparently they are no longer available? Is there an aftermarket replacement?
Great site. Thanks for your help.
Feb 17, 2008 (7:16 pm)
My name is Tim Fitzgerald I live in San Diego California. My Wife drives our 2002 Gold OX4. It has been an out standing car that get's used every day sun or light breeze. This is the first problem we have ever had apart from routine maintenance and some light bulbs.
What is happing is when we come off the freeway and come to a stop the brakes become soft to the point that you want to pump the brakes and the engine races too about 1600 to 1700 rpms. This happens for a few seconds and then the vehicle recovers and will then drive normally. Brake fluid is at the right level and I have no waning light to indicate a problem. Has someone ever experienced this before or has any idea of what could be going on? I would appreciate any input or direction.
Please drive safe everybody.
Feb 23, 2008 (8:24 pm)
I recently purchased a 97QX4. That's right...recently purchased an eleven year old vehicle. I had heard so many great reports about the vehicle that I started looking for one. I had a 98 Toyota RAV 4 and was looking for something a little larger. So far, and it has only been a few days, I like the vehicle.
Question: How can a get my hands on a maintance manual? And when should I change the timing belt?
#76 of 90 Re: QX4 97 [lgillison]
Apr 07, 2008 (6:14 pm)
check out ebay you can find every thing for your qx4<
#77 of 90 Please Help...cant decide?
Apr 09, 2008 (9:49 pm)
Do you guys think an x5 4.4i would be better than an fx45 offroad, or vice versa?
If any of you own either of the cars itd be great if you could share any offroad/snow experiences youve had with them. Im looking at buying one or the other, and i want one that handles great, but is still somewhat rugged and can do some light offroading (ive been to bmw driving school in spartanburg, and i know that the x5's are pretty capable vehicles)...im just not sure of how they compare to the infiniti fx45...?
Thanks so much