Question about 2005 Infiniti G35
My 04 G35 is overheating. I have read forums on the issue. Everything from a gasket on the rad cap, to bleeding the system, flushing the system, to a new thermostat.
I took it to the dealer and they said the cap is ok, but there is a very small drip that they can not find. They refilled it and there was no problem.
Today, a week later, the temp gauge went almost to H and when I got home I looked under the hood and the antifreeze resevoir was empty!! I had no heat either, but this makes sense if their was no anti freeze.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Its called the (i-p-d-m-e-r). its behind the battery. the cover slides off the relays are there . the only thing is you can not remove the relays from it or you will damage the modual.only the fuses can be removed, if the relays are pulled then the control modual will be damaged and then you will have to buy a new one. it could be the fans the motors burn out ,try hitting the top of the motor to unstick it.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
You might have a blown or leaky head gasket... I mean, hopefully NOT, but after reading all the posts on this issue, it seems some of Infinit's engines have this problem.
check out this forum for the Infiniti FX35:
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
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