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Infiniti G35, Sedan
#2885 of 2937 Re: oil capacity [dmack_g35s]
Nov 08, 2010 (6:44 pm)
dmack.......hope scott wasn't waiting 42 months for this response.....
#2886 of 2937 Re: Front wheel/suspension rattle [nick154]
Feb 26, 2011 (5:08 pm)
did you fix the problem(Front wheel/suspension rattle ), if so what did you do, please help me
#2887 of 2937 Re: Carnaught [froze]
Feb 26, 2011 (5:50 pm)
did you find out what the problem is. i have a 2004 g35x same problem started yesterday. pleas help me
#2888 of 2937 Re: Front wheel/suspension rattle [tbell5]
Feb 26, 2011 (7:58 pm)
Yes its fixed. It was the control rod bushing. After changing the struts and other suspension parts without any change to the rattle, my mechanic, using a pry bar, was able to get a lot of movement on the control rod at the bushing. We replaced it and solved the problem. Should work for you.
#2889 of 2937 Re: Front wheel/suspension rattle [nick154]
Feb 26, 2011 (8:23 pm)
sorry i said the control rod bushing. it is actually the compression rod bushing.
#2890 of 2937 Re: Front wheel/suspension rattle [nick154]
Feb 28, 2011 (8:00 pm)
thanks, But i tryed to locate the part on Infiniti Parts USA so i can buy it. Is there another name to search for this part " is the bushing part of the bracket that holds the stabliize bar inplace
#2891 of 2937 Front wheel/suspension g35x compression rod
Mar 04, 2011 (5:23 pm)
i have a g35x 2004, is there another name for the the compression rod ( try to stop the rattling nosie *Front wheel/suspension *) i've tryed to several internet search but no luck. is the compression rod also none as the stabilize bar
#2892 of 2937 Re: Front wheel/suspension g35x compression rod [tbell5]
Mar 29, 2011 (8:32 am)
i think I'm having a similar issue, did it sound like a dull thumping noise, it occurs around 50 to 60 mph then goes away at higher speeds?
I took it to my mechanic over the weekend and he couldn't find any suspension/axle damage, though he was able to bring himself to change the rotors and brake pads.
#2893 of 2937 Getting the dealer to be thorough
Aug 24, 2011 (4:45 pm)
I've decided to start a new post for other victims of Infiniti. Anyone who knows how to get the dealers to be responsive, thorough and accurate should post suggestions here. Any and all options to hold them accountable (I am not soliciting for a legal group and such here).
After I asked Douglas Infiniti to be thorough and accurate, they came back telling me that they can't find transmission fluid in the coolant. I have a picture of it. So that means that as polite as they are, they can be equally incompetant, or just plain unwilling to make the needed repairs unless they can charge hundreds of percent more than that of a private, quality mechanic.
Each time I see an Infiniti commercial, I want to throw my shoe through the TV.....
#2894 of 2937 Re: Fuel Injector Cleaner [prov910]
Oct 19, 2011 (1:24 pm)
I had check engine warning light to come up and mechanic determined that injectors need to be cleaned which fixed the problem. However he preferred to do it every 10k miles or eve more often, while I think I can do it every 25k miles or when the light comes back again. Supposedly higher amount of alcohol inf modern fuel causes injectors to clog more easily. In my opinion it should not be done too often as the process by itself is quite smoky and damaging to the environment.