Last post on Jan 20, 2010 at 6:52 PM
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Infiniti I30, Infiniti I35, Sedan
#58 of 67 Re: 2002 I35 - Bose CD player skips when car is cold or damp [listen]
Mar 03, 2008 (6:26 am)
My 2002 I-35 is having the same exact issue. Did you get yours serviced? If so, what did it cost, and where did you take it? Thanks!!
#59 of 67 Re: Stereo Question [listen]
Mar 03, 2008 (6:28 am)
I am having the same trouble with my 2002 I-35 cd player skipping. I saw in a previous thread that you may have some ideas on fixing it. Can you share them?
#60 of 67 Alarm malfunction
Jul 23, 2008 (5:08 am)
Lately when I try to open the driver side door the alarm goes off. The only way to get in the car is to open the doors from the passenger side. The only alarm the car has is the factory one that comes with the car. Any thoughts as to how I can fix it?
#61 of 67 Pictures of modified I30's
Jul 29, 2008 (6:20 pm)
Hello, I just joined and already, I have a question Does anyone know of a site (or sites, including this one) that has a good collections of pictures of owner modified I30's; since I'm not a mechanic, I'll start with exterior mods first.
#62 of 67 Re: Alarm malfunction [sophia087]
Jun 03, 2009 (1:44 pm)
There is a sensor that mounts around yout lock cylinder. It senses whether the key is turning the lock, or if a screwdriver has been jammed in and truning the whole unit.
Baiscally, if the lock is turned withthe key, it will move a chunk of metal past an induction coil, so the alarm knows that it is legitimately unlocking. If you jam a screwdriver in the lock and turn, the whole unit turns, and not chunk of metal is passed by the induction coil.
Problem is that the sensor can fall off. Take the door apart. There should be a horseshoe shaped sensor with a wire leading off of it, clipped onto the lock cylinder. If not, look at the bottom of the door to see if it fell off. If it's still attached to the lock, then it could be a bad sensor, or bad wiring.'
#63 of 67 I35 and Navi system?
Jul 02, 2009 (11:21 am)
I recenlty got i35 without navi model. Just wonder can we installed navigation system in this one. Any tips, cost etc?
#64 of 67 Re: I35 and Navi system? [port80]
Jul 15, 2009 (7:11 am)
Seriously... don't even think about it. MAJOR expense. Just about any of the hand portable units (Garmin, Tom Tom, etc.) are better than the original factory option. The original system requires mapping CDs for different regions of the country. The CDs are expensive, AND if you are traveling from one region to the next, you have to stop and change CDs. Only benefit, in my opinion, of the factory unit is that it is tied into the stereo system. Just go to Costco and do some research on a portable GPS, then take the $2000 or so you will have saved and take a nice vacation.
#65 of 67 Re: I35 and Navi system? [pethelman]
Jul 15, 2009 (7:29 am)
Thanks pethelman for good info.
#66 of 67 2004 Infiniti I35 stereo help
Sep 22, 2009 (12:53 pm)
I have a 04 I35 and the sub will work then go off for days then come back on. I just ordered an amp for the back sub. I have also had a problem when running over a big bump that the drivers side channel cuts out. (it is still on but very low, if you put the balance to the left side you hear it a tiny bit) Then it will come back on and stay all almost all the time. Any suggestions??? Please advise. I do believe each speaker is powered by an amp right? If so, do I replace the amps or that actual radio?
#67 of 67 Re: 2004 Infiniti I35 stereo help [u2hitman]
Jan 20, 2010 (6:52 pm)
I have an 04 I35 and having the same problem with the sub going off and on at random points and recently my speakers (the left channel) are very low esp when i turn the cd player on. Please let me know if you figured out the problem or not because it is very annoying esp during the traffic or long commutes.
Thank you very much