Question about 2005 Infiniti G35
Few days ago a small amount of coolant was noted on the garage floor. The fluid in resevoir was ok. The oil on the dipstick was below the add mark. I parked the car. A couple of days later I drove it around the block and parked it. Today added two quarts of oil planning to drive it to the shop. I started the engine and noted it was very low on gas. I added a small amount of gas and tried to start it. It won't even turn over. No overheating or low oil pressure ligte ever noted. Could engine be seized? If so should it be replaced or repaired?
I really doubt if your motor siezed up while sitting there. But your battery could have gone dead, or your stater may have locked up, or a battery cable is loose or dirty.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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