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2009 Infiniti G37 Questions

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I just had my G37 2009 rear calipers , rotors and pads replaced because the dealer said they were seized in the open position. After several thousand dollars of repairs costs, I drove home last night and the emergency brake is not grabbing tightly enough to stop the car from rolling down my driveway. They claim its a totally separate problem and want me to pay for the adjustment - is that correct or is it a result of them doing all this break work?

cars still working well atm but would like an idea re: service mileposts

I'm hearing low frequency hum/rumble that sounds like it's coming from the driver-side front wheel. I replaced the OEM Goodyear tires with Hankook Ventus S1 Noble2 tires in July 2015.

It will do this indiscriminately; after it sits for a week or two - it will start.

My car has had a clicking noise for a while now but it has now become almost a knock. Its been suggested its the Purge Valve and its been suggested I get a new engine. One dealer wouldnt perform the TSB because he knew I needed a new engine. Another said not so fast. I am afraid to drive the car now. Help!

what specific tools are needed to replace brake pads on this vehicle?

I am being told that I need rear brakes with only 19,000 miles. Is this possible so soon ?