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Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome. The camshaft position sensor is located right below your distributor housing on the engine.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Apr 25, 2011


Thanks for choosing FixYa and welcome to the site. You are going to need a code to be able to reset the alarm and start the car. You will need to call your dealership to get the code. You will need your VIN number and possibly other vehicle information. But none the less, this is the problem. For now, you can take out the fuse but your car will still not start.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Apr 22, 2011


Hello, it sounds like you have poor quality fuel in your tank. This is very common here in Australia, you need to use premium fuel and change your fuel supplier until you find one that fixes your problem. You need to add Octane Booster not cleaner in your tank, if you have a drain plug on your fuel tank drain in all out, if you do not than syphon out as much as you can, try not to drive it for too long with this problem as it can cause serious damage to your motor.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Apr 12, 2011


The sender in the fuel tank could have failed or become disconnected. Its a fairly standard fix, more or less any reputable mechanic will be able to repair/replace it for you.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Apr 06, 2011


Air condition is blowing hot air all the time

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Apr 04, 2011


It would help if you provided some type of code, and its something wrong in the engine

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Mar 26, 2011


your problem might be an ECM, but before i would condemn the ECM i would have the IAC and throttle body cleaned, the problem you describe sounds like there is carbon around the throttle plate that is restricting the minimum air passage that would explain why you have to push the gas pedal in order to start the car, as far as replacing the ECM if this is the only problem then i would ride it out until it gets worse, you could get a used ECM but it would have to be programed with your cars vin # in order to work. good luck

let me know if there is any thing else i can do for you.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Mar 11, 2011


Hello Dave.
On the pump there is a bracket with an adjuster on it.
First you must loosen the bolt designed to tighten the bracket from slipping after the adjustment is set and the pump pivot on the opposite side.
Then the long adjuster bolt must be loosened to allow the pump to swing.
A little bit of light oil on the threads will aid turning them.
On the diagram below look at the top left to see the brackets.
I apologize for the size of it, we are limited here.
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Infiniti I35... | Answered on Jan 08, 2011


P0138 is the oxygen sensor and could have been damaged by the excess oil that was being blown past the valves. P0325 is a knock sensor that could also have been damaged by Excess oil in the motor. The main concern I would have at this point is how long did he drive it that way and did he damage the seals in the engine. He could have blown a head gasket and most any seal on the motor with that much oil in it. Check for water in the oil and oil in the radiator. If either condition exist you have blown the inner seals and will need to rebuild the motor. You may see leakage around the valve cover as a result of this as well. The valve cover seal is pretty easy to replace so if you have a leak there replace it. You may need to replace the breather valve on the Valve cover or the Filter patch that is usually located in the same box as the Air filter. If oil is found in any of these they should be replaced.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Jan 05, 2011


REAR OF ENGINE

1 3 5


2 4 6

RADIATOR (FRONT OF CAR)

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Dec 25, 2010


it has air in the system bleed till gone some times it hell to bleed but after bleeding still whining could have damage rack or pump.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Dec 14, 2010


Follow this link for code and explanation
http://www.obd-codes.com/p0420

please leave rating if this was helpful

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Dec 12, 2010


WELL YOU HAVE TO USE A VOLT METER CONNECT ONE VOLT METER WIRES TO GOOD GROUND AND THE OTHER VOLT METER WIRES GOES TO EACH SWITCH SPEED.IF VOLT METER GET VOLTAGE A 1 OR 2 CONTROL SPEED RESISTOR BAD.IF RESISTOR BAD YOU WILL GET 1 OR 2 BLOWER MOTOR SPEEDS.IF BLOWER MOTOR WORKING.CHECK THE AC AND HEATER CONTROL SWITCH FUSE OR CHECK BLOWER MOTOR FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL GOOD SO FAR CONTROL SWITCH ITSELF COULD BE FAULTY.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Nov 06, 2010


Good Evening, It sure does sound like an alternator issue you should be charging well over 13 almost 14volts depending on the condition of your battery and the load you have running on it. You are on the right path and did all the right things to come up with your solution. Another thing to do is to still get it checked once you get it off and get your battery checked to be sure you do not have a bad cell or anything. Your local autozone and advance auto parts stores do these things free of charge. Hope this helps.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Oct 29, 2010


look in the owners manuel

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Oct 19, 2010


take it to a dealer and ask them to inspect the CV joints on your drive axles and your bearings.

Infiniti I35... | Answered on Oct 17, 2010

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