Infiniti Scheduled Maintenance Procedures
- Rotate and Inspect tires
- Inspect Brake calipers, pads & rotors
- Inspect Brake lines & cables
- Inspect CV-joint boots & driveshafts
- Inspect Differential gear oil
- Inspect Driveshaft boots & propeller shaft
- Inspect EVAP vapor lines
- Inspect Exhaust system
- Inspect Front suspension ball joints
- Inspect Fuel lines & connections
- Inspect Steering linkage
- Inspect Suspension components
- Inspect Transfer case fluid
- Inspect Transmission fluid
- Replace Air filter
- Replace Cabin air filter
- Replace Coolant
- Replace Engine oil & filter
- Replace Spark plugs
Infiniti Maintenance Procedures - Common Additional Services
The air filter accumulates dust and debris and should be replaced to protect the engine and maximize fuel economy. For optimal engine performance and longevity, replace every 1 year or 15,000 miles.
Automatic transmission fluid becomes heat fatigued and accumulates moisture over time which can lead to automatic transmission damage if not serviced regularly. It should be replaced every 2 years or 30,000 miles.
Brake fluid accumulates moisture and contamination from component wear over time and unless replaced every 30,000 miles or 2 years, can cause brake system damage.
Engine coolant breaks down, gets rusty and becomes contaminated with debris from component wear over time and can cause engine or cooling system damage if not replaced every 2 years or 30,0000 miles.
Drive belts crack and become glazed over time and can squeak or even break. They should be replaced every 45,000 miles.
It is important to rotate the tires from front to rear every 5000-7500 miles so that they wear evenly. This may not be possible on some vehicles because of directional tread design or rim size differences.
Spark Plug terminals wear down over time and can lead to engine misfires and increased exhaust emissions. Replace according to the vehicle manufacturers recommended replacement interval.
Infiniti Scheduled Maintenance Parts
Infiniti Scheduled Maintenance Questions and Answers
My 2001 Infiniti G-20 is approaching 100,000 miles. no major repairs yet but maintenance has been getting more expensive. I heard a rumor that infinitis don't do well past 100K. thoughts? thoughts on paying for repairs vs investing in a new car? Thanks!
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What are the repair/maintenance costs on the 1996 Infiniti I30 like? Would I need to take it to a Infiniti dealer for repair service, or would any mechanic be okay?
Also, is this car the same as a Nissan Maxima?