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2006 Infiniti m35 sport leaking green fluid and cut off by itself what is wrong with my car it has about 146,564 miles on it

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Does my 2006 m35 have a timing belt or chain


06 M35 is chain driven.
You can also check out these sites for other helpful tips on Nissan and Infiniti:
http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM/M/2006_M45-M35/
http://us.infinitiownersclub.com/
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My infiniti m35 2006 temperature guage keeps shooting up to hot...I recently replaced the radiator and thermostat...they used a 170degree thrmostat..does that make a difference? Also when they first change...


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My 2006 infiniti m35 air conditioner is broken too.


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