When replacing the starter on your Infiniti i35, it is best to seek the advice of a certified auto mechanic. If you aren't experienced in auto repairs you may do more damage by working on it yourself.

to check the engine...go have the codes read by a mechanic, he will tell you what it means in better detail

hey there you might want to try your air intake fuse........not sure but i had my explorer sound like it was chugging and stalling and that is what it was.

Power window module (amplifier) is not working. It is located inside the door panel.

From my experience, it could be your MAF (Mass Air Flow) sensor. Signs and symptoms of a bad MAF are stumbling, rough idle, occasional stalling , etc. It could be that your connector is corroded, the pins have come uncrimped, or the unit itself needs to be cleaned or replaced. Another culprit of stalling in early Q45's could be low ATF.

Well, I am not a mechanic but I own a 96 Q45 and experienced a similar problem. The warning light has to do with the traction control system. Your problem could be a number of things since the Q45 has so many sensors and relays etc. When I went to my dealership with my problem, the service advisor pointed out a black plastic box under the hood on the passenger's side close to the firewall. The black plastic box is attached to a silver aluminum box with a number of hydraulic lines attached to it. Remove the cover from the plastic box and you will see two relays inside. On the advice of the service advisor as a first step to solve the problem I replaced the two relays. That did solve my problem and that was almost 4 yrs ago now. The relays pull right out of their sockets and you just plop the new ones in. I live in Fl. but ordered my new relays from Infiniti of Scottsdale Az. because I could get them much cheaper there. They are called "Relay Assy-valve" Part# 47605-17V03 ($20.27) and "Relay Assy-Actuator" Part# 47605-17V10 ($19.28).

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The driveshaft on the 90-93 Q45 had a thinner rubber bearing than the ones found on the later model years. According to my Q45 specialist, it was a common issue and was usually replaced under warranty. If your Q45 has 100k+ miles on it, I would suspect the driveshaft bearing. Purchasing a factory driveshaft now would most likely get you the later model shaft with the thicker bearing. Another issue could be your transmission mounts and exhaust hangers. The rubber may have deteriorated and severly hampered it's ability to dampen the vibrations.

fog light holeyou have to take off bumber and cut holes with dremal tool using a drywall hole cutting bit.

Full instructions are at http://www.handa-accessories.com/element/05fogs.pdf includes wiring info. Helpful even if you are not installing their kit.

on my 1997 infinite Q45 i have the code 1320 how do i fix it?

Many of the quantitative techniques fall into two broad categories: # Interval estimation # Hypothesis tests Interval Estimates It is common in statistics to estimate a parameter from a sample of data. The value of the parameter using all of the possible data, not just the sample data, is called the population parameter or true value of the parameter. An estimate of the true parameter value is made using the sample data. This is called a point estimate or a sample estimate. For example, the most commonly used measure of location is the mean. The population, or true, mean is the sum of all the members of the given population divided by the number of members in the population. As it is typically impractical to measure every member of the population, a random sample is drawn from the population. The sample mean is calculated by summing the values in the sample and dividing by the number of values in the sample. This sample mean is then used as the point estimate of the population mean. Interval estimates expand on point estimates by incorporating the uncertainty of the point estimate. In the example for the mean above, different samples from the same population will generate different values for the sample mean. An interval estimate quantifies this uncertainty in the sample estimate by computing lower and upper values of an interval which will, with a given level of confidence (i.e., probability), contain the population parameter. Hypothesis Tests Hypothesis tests also address the uncertainty of the sample estimate. However, instead of providing an interval, a hypothesis test attempts to refute a specific claim about a population parameter based on the sample data. For example, the hypothesis might be one of the following: * the population mean is equal to 10 * the population standard deviation is equal to 5 * the means from two populations are equal * the standard deviations from 5 populations are equal To reject a hypothesis is to conclude that it is false. However, to accept a hypothesis does not mean that it is true, only that we do not have evidence to believe otherwise. Thus hypothesis tests are usually stated in terms of both a condition that is doubted (null hypothesis) and a condition that is believed (alternative hypothesis). Website--http://www.itl.nist.gov/div898/handbook/eda/section3/eda35.htm

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Injectors 1, 2, 4, & 8 (the four corners) are able to be removed without taking off the plenum. Detailed instructions with pictures can be found @ Q45.org.

A 1999 Q45 takes 6 quarts of oil (with a new filter).