Last post on May 20, 2013 at 10:03 AM
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Infiniti I30, Infiniti I35, Electrical, Interior, Sedan
#46 of 55 Re: 96 infiniti i30 electrical problems [zaq1]
Jul 29, 2011 (1:46 pm)
I resolved this exact problem with a used radio from an autowreckers. The parasitic draw was so low it was undectable at the battery or the fusebox, but would drain the battery in about 7 - 10 days if left parked and kill a battery in less than 2 yrs. The replacement radio would not light up after 2 different tries, but who cares - it's all good/bad depending on your mood anyway
#48 of 55 2000 Infiniti I30T Door locks, Keyless Remote, Interior lights NOT WORKING!
Jan 11, 2012 (9:31 pm)
I was installing a new bulb into my front dome light. Somehow after I installed the light my door locks, key less remote and interior lights are all not working. I've tested every fuse in the car including the one fuse box under the steering column, the one under the hood next to the battery and also checked all the relays. Every fuse has charge and cant figure out what else it could be?!! PLEASE HELP ME!
#49 of 55 Re: cruise control quit engaging [jwales]
Jan 13, 2012 (1:34 pm)
Mine is doing the same thing at the moment took it to Advance auto for diagnostic possilbe cause was Vehicle speed sensor open or short circuit condition poor electrical connection or faulty vehicle speed sensor
#50 of 55 Re: CHECK ENGINE LIGHT.. [hovai35]
Jan 13, 2012 (1:37 pm)
Mine came on after I got gas but I found out later it was because I had put low grade gas in it which caused a knock sensor code put in some Octane boost and it went away if that doesn't work you could try and unhook battery for about 24 hours and reconnect that may get rid of it
#51 of 55 1997 Infinity I30 Vehicle speed sensor
Jan 13, 2012 (1:39 pm)
Does anyone know where the speed sensor is located on a 1997 Infinity I30?
#52 of 55 2000 Infiniti I-30 170k will start but won't run
Apr 12, 2012 (2:20 pm)
I just replaced the starter motor about two weeks ago, second time, easy fix. Currently the car will turn over and start, then immediately sputters and dies. There appears to be a strange electrical issue that is also occurring, maybe the cause of the engine not continuing to run. I noticed that electric accessories, like power door locks, appear to have reduced power to them. When I actuate the locks, they will visibly move a little, but will not fully unlock or lock. All systems seem to have this limited amount of power to them, accept for the starter which turns over with no problem. When I swapped out the starter I also replaced the ground to the battery, but all connections look good.
Anyone else experience anything like this.
#53 of 55 Re: 2000 Infiniti I30T Door locks, Keyless Remote, Interior lights NOT WORKING! [tonyirl]
Nov 01, 2012 (7:17 pm)
i am having the same problem after changing the map light bulb, now no interior lights, doors, if anyone has the answers
please let me know
#54 of 55 Re: 2000 Infiniti I30T Door locks, Keyless Remote, Interior lights NOT WORKING! [hlbj37]
Nov 18, 2012 (12:28 pm)
Same issue here....put in new bulb for map light, now car won't lock, overhead light won't work. This sounds like a fuse to me. I might try calling the dealer.
#55 of 55 Infiniti i30 will not start after sitting out in sun/heat
May 20, 2013 (10:03 am)
As the weather's getting warmer, I've been running into a strange issue with my car. The car will not start when it's been sitting out in the sun/noshade on 80 degree+ days.
When I attempt to start, there is:
- no "click"
- no noise whatsoever from the starter
- no changes in dials on the dashboard
- dashboard check battery light turns on
- A/C, stereo, headlights, etc. turn on
This has happened several times - always on hot days when the car has been sitting out in the sun. It will consistently fail to start if I attempt to start repeatedly. I've had success getting the car to by opening the hood and letting the engine "air out", when it's not particularly hot out, or leaving it for a few hours and returning in the evening when it is cooler.
Yesterday, it failed to start right after I pumped gas in the afternoon. I was able to get it started by waiting a few minutes with the hood open.
I've had the car for five months and never had any issues starting in the winter.
It's 13 years old and has about 110,000 miles on it. The battery is newish.