2009 Infiniti FX35 Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2009 Infiniti FX35

Infiniti FX35
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2009 Infiniti FX35
$246 to $360
2009 Infiniti FX35
$774 to $1,078
2009 Infiniti FX35
$109 to $145
2009 Infiniti FX35
$67 to $116
2009 Infiniti FX35
$461 to $744

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The fuel filler hose may crack and cause a leak when refueling, which could lead to fire. A recall was issued and the fuel hose will be replaced under warranty.

Popped open hood to find coolant sprayed all over the top of the engine. Hoses appeared intact. Coolant reservoir was empty. Radiator cap looked fine.

Diagnosed problem by bringing the engine to operating temperature and watching the coolant spray out of the radiator.

Issue was the radiator was cracked along the top (where it is plastic). Replaced the radiator.

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does not make any noise. Just comes on for a minute goes off. This happens a couple time while the car is in motion.

I have a 2009 Infinite FX35 with 28k miles. The car makes loud sound at low speed when applying brakes even though the front pads are .7 and the rear are .5. should the rotors be resurface at this point?

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A problem with the steering column may cause a failure in the upper steering bearing, which can lead to increased play in the steering wheel and a loss of vehicle control, either of which can result in an unsafe driving condition. Dealers will replace affected steering wheel column parts free of charge.

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This is the best car I have ever owned. I love it.

This car is amazing. I've been an SUV guy for about 20 years (I was a very early adopter with a Mitsubishi Montero, Isuzu Amigo, and Toyota 4Runner). In addition we bought my wife a Lexus RX330 which is a great riding SUV (very much like a sedan but with better height/visibility). But the FX35 is the best of all the cars I've owned by far. It looks great, is comfortable, with well laid out con...

Amazing vehicle. Smooth, fast, sporty. Elevated like an SUV but handling like a real sports car and with the acceleration. It comes with lots of bells and whistles, and much more tech stuff than any other. The 7 speed Automatic transmission is perfect, especially when coupled with the steering mounted paddles for shifting. They can be used immediately and when you stop using them the transmiss...

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