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Remove rearview mirror

remove the trim from the window frame to access the fasteners

May 28, 2014 | 2004 Infiniti FX35

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2003 fx35 door lock problems

The problem is the Door lock actuators and when I went to the dealer they want $467.90 to fix just my driver's side door, but after almost having a heart-attack from the dealer's estimate, I checked on ebay and found a Kit to fix the door lock for only $59 so i ordered one kit (shipping was super fast) it came with very easy instructions on how to install the kit, so I installed about 4-months ago in under 1HR and now everything is Back to normal, I can unlock/Lock using my original OEM key fob and also using the power switch on the door, so everything work as from factory ( no need for aftermarket alarm or remote) ... !!!! here is a link of the kit that I purchased. The seller is green-seller1975 and item #111291472359

Aug 21, 2012 | 2003 Infiniti FX35

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Fx35 rear hatch actuator replacement

Ok we have had this problem on the hatch of our 2003 FX35 and are about to return to the dealer for the 3rd time in just a matter of months! They have ordered and replaced the part both times. So is there any suggestions on how to get this resolved? We live about 60 miles from the closest dealer and it's getting beyond frustrating!

Jun 16, 2012 | 2004 Infiniti FX35

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On my 2005 Infiniti FX35 the Passinger Door and Rear Hatch Locks will not open. Intermittently they will work, but it seems to be getting worst each day. Is there a way to diagnose which actuator is going...

there is a seprsate actuator for each door/hatch. so it is commen on those for more then one to go bad at about the same time. just look and see if you can see the lock move slightly while tryinng to work it. if so then that is what you need.

Jun 25, 2011 | 2005 Infiniti FX35

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I have 2001 mercury marquis Lf rear parking brake popped how do I remove the rotor

Cable and linkages are likely seizedwith rust and/or ice. Remove bottom caliper bolt to remove caliper up and off rotor.Un-bolt caliper support to allow removal of rotor. Make sure parking brake eyelet protruding throuth backing plate isin the off position that is pointing to rear ofcar; secure with vice grips if necessary.Now proceed to tap rear face of rotor all arround on inside to remove Depending how badly it is corroded and internally seized,(also worn groove) ,rotor and internalparking brake shoes will have to be sacrifiiced and replaced. Purchase new hold - kit emergency brake shoes and rotors for both rear wheels

Feb 02, 2011 | 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Why does the steering wheel shake when I slow down?

this problem is caused by the front disk brake rotors being warped, to correct this either have a repair shop machine the rotors true again (this is done on a brake rotor lathe) and replace the pads if needed or replace the rotors if they are to badly worn to machine flat again.

Oct 21, 2010 | 2004 Infiniti FX35

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Removing rear brake rotors

remove rear brake rotors on 2005 infiniti fx35

May 01, 2010 | 2005 Infiniti FX35

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I want to improve grip to 0.90g on my 08 infinity fx35 n reduce my braking time to 119-125ft from 60mph. is it possible & what would require? also reduce my 0 to 60 time without tempering too much with...

buy upgrade brakes, the stock tires will do the job, a simple upgrade that helps is vented/drilled disk brake rotors, from there u cqan install big brake kits but they are very pricey, into the $1000's

Aug 13, 2009 | 2008 Infiniti FX35

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Rear Rotor removal problem

you have to adjust the parking brake down, using a flat head screwdriver you must turn the starred adjuster wheel counter clockwise to adjsut the parking brake down and allow you to remove the rotor

Apr 11, 2009 | 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Cannot remove rear brake rotors

My 06 FX35 rear rotors were stuck - no amount of hammering away with a rubber mallet was helping. I read somewhere online about using the caliper mount and a bolt, washers and nuts to pop off the rotor, so I went back to the auto store and picked up a M8 40 mm long bolt and a matching nut, stuck that through the top caliper mounting bolt (where the big 19mm bolt was) and screwed the nut on the other side and started to tighten - as I tightened, the bolt started pushing against the rotor until "POP!" - simple success. 2 hours to get the driver rear rotor replaced, then 30 minutes for the passenger one once I mastered this little process. Be sure e-brake is not an, doesn't matter if the fx is in park or neutral to get the rotors off. This isn't a good idea of you're not replacing the rotor, since it'll likely take on a little damage.

Mar 17, 2009 | 2006 Infiniti FX35

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