Question about 2004 Infiniti G35 Sport Coupe
I had a friend of mine who is out of town install an aftermarket head unit. I was doing some research online on some G35 forums. The lowest temperature in the car is 60 degrees and anything i turn above that even 61 degrees hot air will come out and with the research ive done ive found out that the cabin temp sensor is disconnected i kn i know how to remove the panel to find it but i dont know what it looks like, i looked under it and cant find anything unplugged. if i could find some pictures that would be great.
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Feb 20, 2011 | 1995 Lincoln Town Car
Most likely this is the sending unit which you would have to remove your gas tank to replace. It's actually a common problem with these cars.
I found a good thread regarding this issue on some forums located here:
I hope this helps at least guide you in the right direction and save you some money at the same time.
I wish I could be of more assistance, but most likely it's the sending unit like I had mentioned above which would need replaced if it is indeed a faulty sending unit that's causing the issue (From research I've done and having a friend with the same car and same problem, it IS most likely the sending unit, but there are other things that could be causing it as well).
I hope this helps! Best of luck to you and your G35! Beautiful cars! It's a shame for them to have such an annoying issue. It may actually be a factory recall or covered by some type of factory warranty. You may want to call a dealer and inquire a bit.
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