Question about 2007 Infiniti M35 Sedan
Navigation system gets lines on screen or gets several different screens at one time with lines. The radio freezes, bluetooth freezes can't turn the radio, a/c, bluetooth etc on or off. It all freezes until you turn the car off then when you start the car the screen is black and the only thing that works is the A/C but you can't turn the fan or temperature up or down. Sometimes turning the car off will start everything again or not. Sometimes you'll get lines across the screen like its going to work, turn the car off and back on and then it works. Infiniti changed out this system but is still is doing all of the above,
Posted by Anonymous on
Without knowing too much about this particular unit, I'll make one suggestion. When it does work, see if you can find a reset option in your setup options.
Posted on Apr 08, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a common problem on the G35. The window regulator/motor have most likely gone bad. I've also seen a case where the switch was the culprit. Try clicking the switch up repeatedly a few times and see if that does the trick.
Posted on May 29, 2009
YOU HAVE A MODULE PROBLEM THAT IS SHORTING OUT AND TRIGGERING ACCESSORIES CIRCUIT HAVE IT CHECK ''CAN SHORT CIRCUIT AND CAUSE FIRE''
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
SOURCE: pop up navigation screen
We also have a 2005 with the same problem. When the screen pops up, the upper limit is determined by the number of revolutions of the motor, not the actual position of the screen. Over time, this limit seems to go out of adjustment.
To "trick" the limit, while the screen is moving up, quickly press down or tap on the screen so it momentarily moves downward then resumes raising as soon as you let go of it. When done correctly, the screen should raise fully; if you hold it too long, the screen will retract. We have been using this method for over a year now, and it has never failed. Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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