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I recommend that you replace it as soon as possible; My dad had a similar problem that you had then when he turn it on it made a noise at first and he left it for at least a couple weeks or so and 1 day his car started to loose power and he was doing 70 and he had his foot on the gas when he noticed he was doing 60 and he pressed down on the pedal but to no prevail until he shut off the A/C and he regained the power back and so he got it replaced with a new one. So I definitely would replace it as soon as you can or you will experience it like my dad experienced it.

2009 Infiniti... | Answered on Apr 18, 2014

some times you will just need to turn it off by pressing the off button on the radio itself.
if it doesnt have one you will need to check the settings.

2009 Infiniti... | Answered on Feb 10, 2010

Most likely it is either the fuel level sending unit attached to the fuel pump or the stand alone unit (there are two sending units, both located in the tank), or, as counter-intuitive as it seems, it could be the speedometer assembly. Personally, I lean toward the latter.

Infiniti FX35... | Answered on Jan 28, 2016

Hi there my name is Brandon I am a electronic and mechanical engineering technician I am the man that mechanics bring cars too when they cant fix them or cant find the electric problem I am a 4 generation mechanic OK what fuses are you talking about bc the radio may have some in it or in line fuse link I need more information

Infiniti FX35... | Answered on Nov 28, 2015

First check the accesory fuse.

Infiniti FX35... | Answered on Nov 08, 2014

If it's spraying out of the spout and is boiling, it's very possible that one of the head gaskets blew depending on how long it takes to overheat.

A few things to look for:
Inspect the radiator. Make sure all of the cooling fins are there, and not obstructed by dirt/debris.
Make sure the cooling fan is turning on (it should turn on when the temperature is approximately at the halfway point of the temp gauge).
Look at the color of the "smoke" coming from the tailpipe. White = steam. Some steam is normal, however, if it's constant, and a lot of it, it's a blown head gasket indicator.
Blue = burning oil. Black = unburned fuel,

Infiniti FX35... | Answered on May 16, 2014

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