Question about 2005 Infiniti G35
Funny how the so called Techs at the dealership get all frantic when their diagnostic gadgets cannot solve a problem. It became borderline ridiculous when after six tries they had no solution to said overheating problem. They guessed and guessed and changed and changed with each change becoming more and more expensive, all to no avail.
I Went home and took a close look under my hood and with some 'actual human thought' put into how the system should work, did the following:
1. Checked my belts, both appeared slightly loose. Changed them myself and the overheating stopped. (Temperature still read slightly above mid point so I...
2. Changed my radiator cap. OH MY GOODNESS!! IT WORKED! IT WORKED! Car runs normal.
Now I have officially decided to kick the dealer service center to the curb and say GOOD BYE!
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Dirty radiator or faulty sensor.
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