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If you have to ask, you are going to get in over your head. G35 coupe has brembo racing brakes from the factory. The pads are like 200 bucks and the rotors have to be turned each time you put new pads on them. Believe me, you don't want to have to replace a pair of rotors at 500 dollars a piece. Also the pads have built in sensors that will cause the brake mil light on the dash to light up when the pads wear down to a certain point. So I wouldn't tackle that myself. Its expensive, but that's part of owning an Infiniti.
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.
I also have a G35 05. This is not an error. The REV light is within a circle, this is a gauge. This gauge also has an amber light in it which blinks or stays on solid based on settings you control. This can be controled with your trip selector button. This button has multiple functions, as you press it, your trip A counter will show, then your trip B counter, then your REV light indicatior setting. this is where you set the RPM limit. If you wish to change the RPM limit to a higher or lower setting, press and hold the trip selector button until the display starts blinking. Then press multible times until you get to the RPM's your looking for. Now when you approch the RPM's selected, the light will start blinking and once your reach them, the light will stay on solid.
This is a stereo we see in shop for repair on a regular basis, see www.carstereohelp.com for repair. However, I have one suggestion before thinking of repair. Disconnect one of the main car battery terminals for several minutes. This is much easier then removing and reinstalling the stereo in this car. This may act as a reset and bring the changer back. Otherwise, repair is needed.