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#5999 of 6008 Memo Pad in 2008 M35
Sep 09, 2008 (11:13 am)
Page 4-105 of the M45/M35 Owners Manual says that there is a Memo Pad function that records 6 voice memos up to 20 seconds long each. However, I cannot get it to come up by voice activation, although on page 4-101, there is an example using "Memo Pad record" as a command.
Has anyone used this? My sales person said that it is not a feature of the M35 and he is apparently correct, although it is plainly explained in the manual.
#6000 of 6008 Re: Do I need winter wheels for my winter tires [coug2]
Sep 09, 2008 (2:48 pm)
I went with Michelin PA2's on my car in 17". They handle almost as well as the stock Goodyears and are actually quieter. Because they are higher profile, the ride is better in the winter pothole season, and you're less likely to damage a wheel. You can buy them mounted from TireRack with the sensors already installed, if you wish...I opted to not get them. While a nice feature, I've driven for 40-years without them, only relying on visual and manually checking periodically, so I figured I could handle it. You will get the tire waring light to come on if you drive far enough (about 10-miles or so) and you don't have any sensors.
#6001 of 6008 Re: Do I need winter wheels for my winter tires [james27]
Sep 09, 2008 (4:08 pm)
James - thanks for the feedback - it's helpful...
#6002 of 6008 Differences betwen 3 yr old and new M35X
Sep 10, 2008 (9:25 am)
I have a 3 yeer old M35x coming off lease.
I'm looking at other cars but can anyone tell me of any major differences between then and now? Thanks.
#6003 of 6008 Re: Differences betwen 3 yr old and new M35X [steve777]
Sep 10, 2008 (1:45 pm)
The passenger seat is more adjustable and therefore more comfortable.
The navigation recognizes your voice better, but is much more wordy and time consuming.
Some of the old voice options are no longer offered on the US cars (ventilation controls,....)
a few more audio things included....hard disk, .....
That's about it.
#6004 of 6008 Re: Door Composition [jeff721]
Jan 06, 2010 (12:35 pm)
Wow, I just had an accident a few days ago where as I crossed a guardrail, throughh a telephone pole and tree while rolling down hil and airbags didn't deploy on my brand new Infiniti M35s
#6005 of 6008 Re: Door Composition [leejoseph]
Jan 11, 2010 (7:54 am)
Who did you call first...your insurance company or your lawyer?
#6006 of 6008 Re: Door Composition [leejoseph]
Jan 15, 2010 (6:15 pm)
I hope you are o.k. Any damage to the M ? Did you use the first aid kit in the trunk.Has anyone ever used the first aid kit.I carry an AED in the trunk along with the kit.
#6007 of 6008 '08 M35 Sport or '09 M35x?
Feb 11, 2010 (11:55 am)
Hi there- I'm considering buying a (gently) used '08 Sport or 09 M35x. Both have low miles and the 08 is under factory warranty until Jan 2013 (plenty by my standards).
The 08 has the Advanced Technology Package (which I've found hard to find on used M's) and the 09 has the 'x' factor as the standard technology package. (From a cost perspective, I think I can both vehicles could be had for aprx the same price - 32-34k.)
I'm leaning towards the 08 because the adv tech package and since I live in TX I don't have much need for X capabilities.
Does anyone have any feedback on pros or cons with these vehicles? thx in advance,
#6008 of 6008 M35x Tire Pressure Sensor
Jan 28, 2013 (6:10 pm)
Has anyone experienced a problem with a tire pressure sensor not working after driving? When I first start my car all 4 sensors read the correct tire pressure. However, after driving about 45 minutes the sensor on the right rear stops reading giving a low pressure warning. If I stop and restart all the sensors work properly.