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Hi, i used this method to solve a similar problem on a 2000 solara. Here is the fix, remove one of the car battery terminals for a couple of mins (3-4mins). The reattach the battery terminal back. This would make your cd player and car clock reset. once you start your car you should be able to eject the cds. You'll just need to reprogram all your preset radio station.
On the clicking noise when you change gear, check the transmission fluid..

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Nov 23, 2020

to change the bulbs on the license plate,all you have to do is open your trunk pop out the plastic caps behind the trunk door and you do it from there its very easy.pop out whatever you need to get to the bulbs i did it. theres no need to go to the dealer for that.hope this helps. Also I purchased my bulbs simply from here: Aliexpress Homepage
I hope this helped

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Mar 25, 2020

Were you able to use cruise control? I was not able to use it, because I had the VDC & Slip lights on in my 2006 M35X. My Infiniti dealer checked out two faulty parts. The ICC (Intelligent Cruise Control) and the YAW Sensor. These electronic parts don't break often, but when they do, they break your bank to get them fixed. My bill is over $4,000 CAN. I was kind of lucky, the extended warranty pays for it. The service adviser at the dealership said it does not matter where you buy used car nowadays, especial later models, get an extended warranty that covers electronics or enhanced electrical. These electronic parts are very expensive due to the fact that the dealerships do not stock them, and the turnover is slow.
The manufacturer will have to make us pay for it.

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on May 19, 2019

I doubt it, why? most late model key fobs are transponders that signal the security system you are the owner.

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Sep 23, 2016

Wiring diagrams for modern cars are part of a large book and they are broken down into sections of the electrical system. You will need to try and find a factory service manual set to have all the diagrams for the car. Try eBay for a used set.

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Jun 27, 2016

There will be a fuse compartment on the driver side down by the feet behind a concealment panel. You will need the manual to tell you which one it is.

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Dec 29, 2015

  • The starter is by the upper part of the oil pan on the passenger underside of the engine. If you can test for voltage before reploacing it you may save some time and hassle if it should not be the starter that is giving you problems.

  • If you want to replace your starter follow these directions.
  1. 1. Remove negative battery cable
  2. 2. Remove the front and rear belly engine covers.
  3. 3. Remove the nut from terminal "1"
  4. 4. Unhook the connector "2"
  5. 5. Remove the mounting bolts for the starter "A"
  6. 6. Now drop the starter.
  7. 7. Reverse to complete.
  • See diagrams below for a visual as well.


  • Hope this helps.

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Sep 12, 2015

Part no. is pretty much an OEM directed question .... if you didnt find it on google ... then just call a part distributor or dealer ... you will probably have to order it ... even they might not tell you the part no.

If you are trying to replace the new relay then check the amp reading and replace it .. relay is pretty basic electrical component ... it will function in the same way,

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Sep 06, 2015

There is a factory service bulletin for the 2003-2010 Infiniti vehicles with 5-Speed A/T for the P1759 code. The bulletin recommends replacing the Transmission Valve Body to fix the problem.

Read more: http://engine-codes.com/p1759_infiniti.html#ixzz3ZIMl6GG9

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on May 06, 2015

radiators with plastics tanks fail after a number of years as the plastic gets brittle and fails under pressure
If the radiator is relatively new then it could be an excessive cooling system pressure from faulty / wrong cap or compression gasses getting to cooling system
Eliminate that by a compression test

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Apr 15, 2015

you have created an overheating problem by replacing the radiator and the thermostat and not ensuring that there was no air lock in the cooling system
The fan is now constantly running because the coolant sensor is reading a high coolant temperature
First step is to ensure that there is not an air lock in the cooling system by bleeding the air out and if the fan still runs then check the way the thermostat was installed

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Apr 15, 2015

check hoses for any leaks and add coolant if radiator is not to hot and leaking

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Apr 11, 2015

If it is normal temperature, then goes high and back down within a few seconds. The engine is not completely purged of air. What I do seems silly(even told this, but Fill the reservoir, run the engine to operating temperature. Fill the reservoir again. At this point I over fill it. Take the car for a drive to the nearest clear parking lot. Run it in tight circles as fast as you feel comfortable with(20 MPH+). Do this to the left and right a couple of times each. Check the reservoir again and fill. Centrifugal force works wonders on pushing air out of difficult cars. Like Ford taurus's.

2006 Infiniti... | Answered on Mar 26, 2015

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