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Hearing a clunking noise. Just had the suspension worked on.
Hi there. If this noise occurred right after these parts were replaced then they need to be double checked for looseness. It is also important to properly torque these parts while the vehicle is on the ground to keep them...
belts could not be changed because they couldn't not be removed by mechanic
Nissan and Infiniti vehicles usually require you to adjust two different bolts to remove the belt. The two bolts are the lock bolt and the adjustment bolt. These bolts are usually located on the power steering pump or the alternator....
pinging in engine
It is possible that your ignition system could be causing this issue. The combustion of fuel is a two part process: the introduction of fuel and the ignition of fuel. Everything you have done to resolve this issue has been...
engine quits without warning
Alternators and fuel system issues are the most common causes of vehicles to die on the highway. The alternator failing basically causes the whole electrical system to quit working. This failure is usually accompanied by a red battery light illuminated...
sub woofer popping in-out
Your issue sounds to me like a loose connection. I would recommend having your power, ground, and RCA wires checked to make sure they are connected properly and that no loose connectors exist. If the subwoofer itself were faulty it...
Window not working
Hello. I will assume your drivers front window is not working. A mechanic can check the fuses for the window for any that may have blown. In the event of a blown fuses, some trouble in the circuit caused the...
Power steering fluid leak
The first thing you will need to do is find out where the leak is coming from. From the reservoir, follow the lines until you see where most of the fluid is accumulating. Most of the time the power steering...
Getting troubles codes P01217, P0300, and P0300P
It sounds like the vehicle is experiencing a few different problems that will probably need to be addressed separately. It sounds to me like there is probably an electrical short somewhere on the vehicle that is draining the battery. This...
Instrument cluster
Your instrument cluster most likely has an internal problem and would need to be replaced. The cluster has a self-diagnostic test that can be done to verify if all of its components are working and the problem is other than...
Getting code P0303
If you have already taken the first step of getting your codes scanned, the next thing to do would be to have an ignition test performed by a qualified technician. Attempting to do this yourself could result in being shocked...
2002 Infinity I35 oil leak/white smoke under hood
Valve cover gaskets are a common source of oil leaks. However since your engine has oil all over the block, it 's best to clean the engine of all the built up oil so the source of the leak can...
White smoke/Oil leak for Infinity 2002 I35
You may have a major oil leak since you have to add so much oil. You may also have a clogged engine crank case ventilation system and would cause the engine to push oil out of all the seals. I...
My cranks but won't start
If it is the security system then the dash security light will be on or flashing. If it was a sensor, then the Check Engine Light will be on and the engine computer will have set a code. You should...
No crank issue
Hello. Most of the time when you get a cam code on this engine it is because of a crank sensor issue. I would replace the crank sensor first. If the problem persists then the timing chain will need to...
TCS, ABS, and battery lights popped on. Car won't pick up speed. What's wrong with it?
Hello, The traction control light comes on when the computer detects an issue with the traction control system. It appears that the issue is serious enough to put the vehicle in limp mode. Limp mode is activated when the computer...

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