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Idle speed is probably too low. Most cars with electronic engine management automatically increase the engine speed when idling to compensate for the extra load of the air con. Unfortunately, with this type of engine management, a lot of cars don't allow you to manually increase the engine idle speed. It has to be programmed in at a Dealers with the correct tuning equipment.

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Apr 13, 2015

OK if you don't need the tank then just punch a hole in it

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Nov 06, 2012


I would first double check and make sure that it isn't still under warranty (if so, let the dealer deal with it).

From there, it sounds as though the nob wasn't the only thing you broke. It sounds as though you disconnected the position sensor. (don't know the specifics for Nissan/Infinity on how they structure their sensor, if it's a physical lever or what, but it should just be a matter of reconnecting it. It's most likely going to be beneath the console/shifter, rather than on the physical transmission itself.

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Sep 02, 2012

A fuse would have been my guess, too. Wal-mart has fuses for sale, and they're only a couple bucks. GOOD LUCK

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Jul 02, 2012

I had the same problem with mine. Just got off the phone with the dealership. Really easy fix. Your car is still in transport mode. Put your blinker and windshield wiper arms all the way to the down positions. There may also be a white fuse down by the kick panel that isn't pushed in all the way. Push that in as well. Then start the car. Your clock will then work (at least mine does now).

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Feb 14, 2011

The information you seek is in your owners manual. It will give you instructions on how to clear or reset the message.

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Jan 30, 2011

Hi, an engine hesitation is an interruption of continuous power during acceleration. When a engine is hesitating it will cause the car to lunge or surge during acceleration which will cause a sudden **** as the car slows down. A plugged air filter, clogged fuel filter and vacuum leak is a very common issue, while intake manifold and gasket is very common failure and 1st to check

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Jan 29, 2011

On any car, you start at the wheel most distant from the master cylinder. Usually that means RR, LR, RF, LF

2007 Infiniti... | Answered on Dec 05, 2010

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