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After tinting windows, they are hard to roll up
Hi. Window tint can affect the operation of the windows. Spray the inside of the glass with soapy water. If the window now works properly, the tint is to blame. The noise sounds like a wheel bearing going bad. They...
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Camshaft Position Sensor (Bank 1)
Your description says bank 1 and the lower text says bank 2. It looks like there are 2 exhaust camshaft position sensors on the vehicle and it could be possible you replaced the wrong one. Consider hiring one of our...
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Mechanical problem with my car - 2010 Infiniti EX35
Hello there, many different faults could cause your Infiniti EX35 to run poorly. With the coolant gauge reading hot and the lack of coolant it sounds like your car overheated. When cars overheat the computer will put them into a...
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Headlights replacement
Hello. In order to properly replace the headlights, the front bumper must be removed. Several of the bolts are hidden behind the bumper, so in order to fully remove it, this must be removed also. If you want to have...
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The rims become warm
Hello. Thanks for writing in about your 2010 Infiniti EX35. It is common for them to become warm as long as they are not extremely hot. If they are hot, then something is hanging up and needs to be adjusted...
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Car pulls to the right after tire rotation and balancing
Hello. Thanks for writing in about your Infiniti EX35. A pull to the right is not normal. If the alignment is in specification, then the frame needs to be checked as it may not be straight. If it is, then...
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Dashboard warning lights come on during acceleration
Hello. Thanks for writing in about your Infiniti EX35. It sounds like one of your sensors for the system is reading incorrectly. I usually check the tires first as an odd tire on the car will cause this. If the...
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I need to find out the location of the Exhaust Camshaft Position Sensor Bank 1 on a 2008 Infiniti EX35.
Hello, thank you for writing in. The bank 1 camshaft position sensor is going to be located on the front of the engine. Most specifically it is going to be located right below the valve cover on the bank (or...
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Can I drive my 2010 Infiniti Ex35 long distance if I was told that I need brake pads and rotors? I have to take a trip ASAP but I
It would be irresponsible for me to tell you your brakes are safe to drive on without looking at them. The problem is, when you need your brakes most, as in an emergency stop, that's when you really stress them,...
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My Infiniti ex35 shuts off while driving. Said to be a sensor but not sure which one.
A sensor can certainly be the cause of a stalling issue. However, the only way to determine which sensor, if it is in fact due to a sensor at all, is to properly diagnose the stalling issue. Your vehicle has...
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Hi I have a 2011 Infiniti ex35 has no leak but I just realize that the radiator bottle is empty and the coolant is low? What shoul
If your overflow coolant reservoir is getting empty you should keep the coolant full to prevent overheating the engine. The coolant may be low for a couple reasons. The first is you have a leak in the cooling system externally...
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Stalls when accelerating from stop
Hello and thanks for writing in. The most common problem with the vent valve is when it sticks open or doesn't close as a result of the solenoid not working properly. This creates an EVAP system leak and triggers the...
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Do I need an oil change? 2011 Infiniti EX35 has less than 2000 miles on synthetic last changed 5 yrs ago. 3500 total mileage.
Oil changes are essential to an engines performance and the longevity of an engine's life. I recommend having an oil change either every 4 months or 5500 miles. If your engine oil has been in the engine for more than...

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