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Bubling on Dashboard

I have the sam exact problem. It looks like random small bubbles. Did you ever figure out the cause?

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This is a very common problem. Just poor manufacturing. I work at an infiniti dealer and we replace these all the time.

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Bubbling of dashboard on 2004 Infiniti FX35

2004 Infiniti FX35 dash board may be mfg issue for Infiniti and you may look to them to solve the problem. I had the problem and they covered the dash part at 100%. I had to pay labor. Wound up at about $200. I had 84,000 miles on the car and outside warranty by over 15 months. Tells me they recognize an issue and will stand behind it. Be pleasant at dealer but insist they request support.

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  • faulty/slow radiator fan. Again, in my country, some mechanics hard wire the radiator fan to be always on when the engine is running. In some cases, it could be the fan clutch.
This is of course assuming that nothing is internally wrong with the engine, the coolant level is as required and that there are no leaks, air bubbles and the belt driving the water pump is mechanically sound. In most vehicles, the radiator fan will not work if the A/C or heater is not working.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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