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2007 Infiniti G35

I have a 2007 G35. It is throwing check engine light codes for exhaust valve solenoids. I also got a code for an intake solenoid. Car runs great when cold. It was driven with a battery that had dead cells. Once the memory reset was completed it ran fine for the first drive cycle. Second drive cycle back to no throttle response and shutting off at idle.

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  • Infiniti Master
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These solenoids are two trip detection items now computer is in limp in mode these solenoids are oil controlled also so make sure the oil is full and no over due for replacement.

Posted on May 07, 2014

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  • Zack Kuykendall
    Zack Kuykendall May 07, 2014

    ok, they are two trip detection. The rectifiers that are bolted to the front of the timing cover is what we are referring to, correct? I checked these for continuity and one is at 10ohms and the other is up at 30ohms. I do not have access to a workshop manual, Does the problem lie here?

  • Dan Jacobs
    Dan Jacobs May 07, 2014

    No these are in the cylinder head along the camshaft and they have 2 wires to them it moves the oil that advance the valve timing the intake is in the upper manifold and no oil goes to it.

  • Zack Kuykendall
    Zack Kuykendall May 07, 2014

    yeah, i replaced one today according to the workshop manual normal continuity should be between 9-12 ohm. I replaced the defective solenoid. It bolts to the timing cover. However, I did not do a relearn for the exhaust valves. Is that process 100% necessary when replacing that part?

  • Zack Kuykendall
    Zack Kuykendall May 07, 2014

    Actually the infiniti dealer calls the part a timing cover. It has that thing inside that looks like a stator of some sort.

  • Zack Kuykendall
    Zack Kuykendall May 07, 2014

    This is all new to me I'm a Ford Tech. Control your valve timing electronically is stupid if you ask me

  • Dan Jacobs
    Dan Jacobs May 07, 2014

    Yes but this gives engines more of a fuel eco by changing the valve over lap the intake side just allows longer runner length for more torque like the ford IMRC system on split port 3.8l windstar and 3.8 liter Taurus

  • Zack Kuykendall
    Zack Kuykendall May 07, 2014

    ALLDATA gives me no information on this what so ever. After replacing the defective solenoid, the car still acted up on the second drive cycle. Could that be due to not doing the exhaust valve timing relearn?

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SOURCE: service engine light on 2003 infinity g35

The quickest way to determine the cause is to visit a local parts store, of a major chain such as Autozone, etc. most of these offer a free computer scan that will reveal the source of the engine light. In the mean time, try refueling with a full tank of fresh fuel from a different source than you used the last time. sometimes water or other fuel problems can cause the light to come on.

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SOURCE: Service engine soon light

in your manual inside your glove box it will tell you how to restet the service due soon message, or the mechanic should do it when he/she services your car.

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You need to have access to a code reader to turn the light off.  The best/cheapest way is to go to a local auto parts store and most of them will read the code for you for free and then turn the light off.  I would strongly suggest taking the code to see what might be wrong though.  Good luck.

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You cannot reset the light, some people think that by disconnecting the battery you reset the ECM, as that may work on Fords or Chevy, it doesn't work on Infinitis. If the engine light came on because of a loose or missing gas cap, then once the cap is tightened past three clicks, the light will go off on its own. You are going to have to take it to either AutoZone, a dealership or to an independent shop and have the Consult II diagnostic computer retrieve and clear the stored codes. AutoZone does this for free. That's where I suggest you start. 

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1st gen throttle body they rarely fail, I recommend to remove and clean the unit first before replacing one, used Valvoline throttle body cleaner only; when you have the unit out, take your time and clean it slowly soak it completely with the solvent. refurbish run you 90-100 bucks from RockAuto.com, another place to look is junk yard, don't buy new. 30 minute job cleaning or replacing the unit. If it serve my memories correctly, 350z use the same throttle body as G35 up to 07'. hope that help some

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