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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most likely Steve is correct about the sensors, they are the most common problem, if you tinker with cars yourself you can try them at home first. jack up one corner at a time ...the sensors just push in to a copper shim in the hub. move back and forth a few times with pliers and they will come right out. look over the wires to be sure there is no damage < chunks of ice and froxen snow are know to cause broken wires> if wires look ok spray clean the reluctor wheel on c/v joint and the sensor itself. if you see metal fuzz looking stuff on the sensor ,that is junk from your brakes and needs cleaned off. the metal dust causes the trigger in sensor to malfunction. do all 4 corners one at a time then drive the car if abs light and flashing brake light go out your fixed but still should have codes cleared to make sure there is no there problems. if this doesn't fix it best bet is to have a dealer you trust to look it over , brakes are important. once abs light is out see if you pass your inspection, if not ask why then post on here what they tell you and we'll address that . good luck.
Posted on May 13, 2009
Fuse #14 (20 amp) controls the radio. The fuse is in the Integrated Power Module (fancy name for a fuse/relay box) It's under the hood on the driver's side. It sits just forward of the driver's side McPherson strut tower. There is a cover over the top which must be removed to see the fuses. Have you checked for power at the radio's electrical connector? You should have power at two points, one always hot (radio memory) and one which only has power when the ignition switch is on (this is the one that turns the radio on).
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
YOUR BEST CHANCE OF FINDING FUSE IS TO SHINE A TORCH ONTO FUSE BANK AND TRY TO SPOT ANY BLOWN FUSE .
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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is the only thing not working the cigarette lighter? the fuse that operates it is usually the accessories fuse, it normally operates the interior light as well, which fuse box have you checked,there is most likely one under the bonnet & there also may be one under the dash as well, it might well be that the cigarette lighter element is the problem,try another lighter....hope this helps....cheers
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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Sep 05, 2015 | Infiniti Cars & Trucks
SOURCE: INFINITY G35 FUSE DIAGRAM
there is an ipd/m fuse box behind the battery of my 2004 infiniti g35 sedan. I blew a fuse and couldn't find it. So remove the plastic panel that is right next to the windshield washers when the hood is open. You'll see an entirely new fuse box. So all in all, there are three fuse boxes... one by your feet on the driver's side, one in front of the battery, and one behind the battery. hope it helps
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