Question about 2004 Infiniti FX35
Temperature gauge shows above normal. the arrow starts above 0 as well even the car is cold after night. Infiniti dealer told me to change whole speedometer. any other problem solutions? thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuse of speedometer etc.
could be a short that doesn't touch until the "jerky" motion of shifting gears. Maybe a wire is resting near metal and everytime there is a motion it touches the metal and blows your fuse.
I would check continuity with ta voltmeter from your instument panel to the fuse box. and that will tell you if the line has a short anywhere between the two.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Please change the oil now at the Nissan garage and watch the vehicle closely.
$100 is not so much like getting your car totally knocked.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2009
SOURCE: HEAT NOT WORKING WHEN IDLE
Sounds like you may have a thermostat stuck open. Try taking a piece of cardboard and placing it in front of the radiato. Don't block it completely, but just limit some of the airflow. See if this helps.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
They changed the radiator and then told you need the engine overhauled? That tells me you don't want to deal with them! Any shop should have tested things out not just arbitraly start replacing parts. So unless your vehicle is still under warranty, then I would take it somewhere else to have them work on it.
Since I am not there to check out your vehicle, this is a WAG on what is going on with your engine.
Since you started off with misfiring - that could be a sign that your spark plugs are being fouled by oil or a few more things. But not usually an indication of a cracked block at least at that point.
But then you add the overheating into the equation - depending on how fast it overheats - right away (a couple of blocks driving) could mean either a blown head gasket or a cracked block but slowly could mean low coolant; radiator blockage, and so many more things.
If your engine was misfiring, you should have gotten an error code from your computer, which if acted on right away could have been a much cheaper fix. Now with what should like either a blown head gasket or maybe even a chrack block you are talking major work and dollars!
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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p0642 = sensor reference voltage a circuit low voltage
p0300 = means random misfire
check firing order connections and must be in place.
check also cables especially the high tension cable and coils for required resistance.
primary = 1.0 to 0.5 ohms
secondary = 900 to 11,000 ohms (as requires per model)
Posted on Aug 15, 2012
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