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My 2006 infiniti m35 air conditioner is broken too.

60k miles. I checked for a fuse but didn't find one for the AC.

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If the refrigerant has leaked out (the system is below a certain presure). the a/c won't run to protect components. you need someone to check the system for refrigerant level (which means taking what's inside out) and checking for leaks.

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Check your ac belt

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When should i change the timing belt on my kia sorrento 2005 i have 53k miles it runs great.


The recommended replacement interval in 60k miles for normal service, less for severe duty. Its not like the belt is going to fail at exactly 60k miles so if you go over it's ok. Having said that the engine in your Kia is an interference engine. What that means is that if the belt does fail it very likely to be expensive. A rebuild at least and more probably an engine replacement.

In an interference engine when the belt fails there is not enough room between the still moving pistons and the suddenly still valves so the piston destroys the valves and usually itself.

So just play it safe, when you get 60k miles schedule the replacement.

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What is the millage that requires changing of timing belt?


Factory (most) recommends every 60k miles (i.e. 60k, 120k, 180k...). But as we all know, lifespan of belts (and all other parts) varies, depending on the driving conditions, weather, maintenance etc. Best thing to do is to do a visual check, and look for signs of slack, cracks etc. I used to drive a civic and never changed my timing belt till around 130k miles, and that's after it was submerged in a flashflood. Although I'd never recommend doing what I did, but if you're a little mechanically sound - periodically checking your belt is what I'd recommend. It doesn't mean that ritually replacing timing belts every 60k miles'll guarantee it'll never break ;-)<!-- from fixya rte -->

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Radiator Fan Not Coming On, NO AC, Overheating 2001 Oldsmobile Alero, 3.4L V6, 130K miles Put new relays in, checked all fuses. Removed the temperature sensor wire and fans came on full blast. Tried to...


Usually when the fans won't turn on it's a fusible link, a relay, or a bad temp. sensor, or fuse.

You seem to have covered all of the bases except the fusible link that comes off of the starter in an array of fusible links that are different colors and have a rubber piece attached to differentiate it from regular wires.

You can stretch the fusible links to determine if the wire inside has broken.

This is an often overlooked aspect of GM cars when trying to get the fan to work.

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What does the 60k mile maintenance entail? how much it cost?


The dealer will get top dollar for anything they do, or possibly persuade you to do. At 60k, besides check this or check that, it is wise to do air filter every15k, max 30k. Fuel filter every 15k, max 30k. cabin filter every15k. Spark plugs these days can go as high as 100k. Serpentine belt at 45-60k. Coolant flush and fill every 30k, or every 2-3 years. Rotate tires every 6-8k. Oil and filter change every 3-5k. Most of that 700.00 is probably labor at probably $100/hr. to check brakes, check tires, check battery, safety check, etc., run tests, install new filters. All these dealers have checklists they establish to give you full security and comfort in knowing your car is safe and reliable.. You seem to know a little about it...it's the old saying, don't fix it if it ain't broke. At least discuss it with them, and then make an educated decision.

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your cooling system isn't totally full.  Fill it with the heater on and then bleed out the air.

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Timing Belt on a 2003 Nissan Primera when does it need replacing, there are 60k miles on the clock


You don't need t-belt until 105000 miles. Interval for nissan t-belt was 60K miles until 1995. Anything above 1995 is 105000 miles.

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