Question about Infiniti Q45
Check that the power reaches the ignition key switch. Next check that the ignition key is functional and powers the ECM when turned. Finally check that the starter is operational. If al are functional then something is wrong with the ECM and for that the codes must be read.
All this must be done by somebody that has some experience in car electrics, don't mess with them unless you know what you're doing or have a really big lot of cash around to fix what you are going to damage.
Best would be to tow your car to a shop.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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