Question about 2008 Infiniti FX35
If you have an electronic key (proximity key with push button ignition, or the key that is just a plastic stick that goes into a slot to turn) the chimes could be a notification that the car is detecting a low battery in your key. I'm not very familiar with Infinity but there are several cars with these types of keys that give some kind of chime or light indication when the electronic key battery is getting low... If you have one of these keys it would be a good idea to have the battery checked/changed just to be sure, if the battery dies or gets too low the car wont start.
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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