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NISSAN SKYLINE(INFINITI g35)cam angle and timing fault

Engine is a VQ25(DD) 2495cc Check engine light is on .Hard to start.Faults read as (1)Cam angle fault (2)Timing fault.Can you help or

Can I get an english workshop manual for this engine or any information about it (VQ25DD)

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Check timing belt hasnt jumped a tooth, also cam angle sensor on the front of the motor may have faults, try a search for "skyline forums" in australia, you may well find a manual there, cheers

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    check harness or connectors

    (the camshaft position sensor ciruit is open or shorted)

    .camshaft position sensor

    .starter motor

    .starter system circuit

    DTC codes, 11(Po340)

    The camshaft position sensor is a basic component of the ECCS, it monitors engine speed and piston position, these input signals to the ECM are used to control fuel injection,ignition timing, and other functions.

    In short check the sensor, then the timing belt in case its jumped a tooth.

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SOURCE: 2003 Infiniti G35 Starter location

Downloaded a PDF detailed service manual online. Gives you diagram and everything else you need.

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SOURCE: How to remove jammed cd infiniti g35 coupe

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.

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 infiniti sedan g35... the pass side seat does not

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SOURCE: change belts on g35

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SOURCE: where can I find 2005 infiniti g35 fuse box

There are 3 fuse location. One next to your feet, second next to the battery and the 3rd one behind the battery.

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P0011 NISSAN Description
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P0011 NISSAN Description This valve mechanism hydraulically controls cam phases continuously with the fixed operating angle of the intake valve.

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MAKE SURE THE ENGINE OIL IS CLEAN AND CHANGED AT PROPER INTERVALS
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Symptoms - Engine Light ON (or Service Engine Soon Warning Light)
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