Last post on Dec 06, 2011 at 2:52 PM
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Infiniti I35, Infiniti I30, Sedan
#30 of 39 Tire presure ???
Jun 28, 2009 (11:55 am)
I was wondering what is the standard tire pressure for the tires. I red under the armrest and it says 32psi but when i go to 32 psi the tires look very low to me ?
I keep the rear tires at 34psi and the front ones at 38 psi ? Is that OK ?
Also the max tire pressure for my tires is 44psi (That is what the writings on the tire says).
#31 of 39 Re: Tire presure ??? [ferdi1]
Jul 04, 2009 (12:47 pm)
32 psi is just about right for comfort and traction on this car. Higher psi will save on gas but less tire traction especially in wet weather. Since this car drives front wheels, I would keep the rear tires psi higher than the front tires psi for the traction purpose.
#32 of 39 Re: Tire presure ??? [ferdi1]
Jul 04, 2009 (3:03 pm)
I run mine at 33 front, 30 rear. Seems to work pretty well; I have tremendous grip, even in the rain.
#33 of 39 Re: 2001 I30 Brakes [al57]
Feb 20, 2010 (12:09 pm)
I bought me 2001 I30 new in Aug. 2000. My rear brakes have always squealed. I replaced both rear calipers, pads and rotors at 37300 miles and still had to do a complete brake job at 46200 miles. Today at 60000 miles they still squeal like all get out. But it is only the rear brakes. My wheels prevent me from inspecting the rotors without pulling the wheels and that is beyond my expertise at my age so I am stuck with my dealer. The car has always been garage kept and used for trips of 180 miles or more. I just doesn't get driven that much. I am going back to my dealer in a week or so to see what can be done. This is stupid.
#35 of 39 Oxygen Sensor 97 I30
May 13, 2011 (2:49 pm)
My check engine light came on and I took the car to a dealership where the service mgr. said it was the oxygen sensor warning. He said to replace it was $411.00 plus tax. I declined at the time because the part was not in stock. He also said it may not be a problem until I sel the car and need to get it smog certified. Has anyone else had this problem and if so what did it cost to repair/replace?
#36 of 39 Re: Oxygen Sensor 97 I30 [george1960]
May 15, 2011 (12:25 pm)
I changed 4 Oxygen sensors on my I35 with $50 a piece (Beck/Arnley universal one). My friend who used to work in a Toyota shop did not believe those sensors would last but he helped me to replace them anyway. Now at 60,000 miles after the change at 100,000 miles, the warning light has not been back.
#37 of 39 Re: Oxygen Sensor 97 I30 [george1960]
May 16, 2011 (8:08 am)
My "Check Engine Light" (on my I35 with 70k miles) came on intermittently for awhile and my mechanic said that it was the O2 sensors. He said that although he could replace them (two sensors), he didn't have the test software required to test them. I waited until I needed an emissions test before going to the dealer. When I did the dealer replaced and test the two senors (there might be four in the car, not sure) and charged me $711.00.
It fixed the problem.
Note; make sure your first step in solving the Check Engine light is to insure the gas cap tightly on (i.e. 4/5 clicks)
Dec 06, 2011 (1:19 pm)
I am thinking of buying a 1998 I30 with 108,000 on it. The only thing I really see wrong with this car is that it has a front valve cover leak that I think the dealer is going to fix for me. Both of the hood openers are bad and a fog light is out. With taxes tag and title out the door how does 4000 sound and why so cheap for a supposed luxury car and more expensive for used toyota and other imports?
#39 of 39 Re: Help with I30 [nightwolf]
by Mr_Shiftright HOST
Dec 06, 2011 (2:52 pm)
that's not cheap at all. That's full dealer retail.