Infiniti G37 Repair and Maintenance
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Infiniti G37 ProblemsThe Check Engine Light May Illuminate Due to a Canister Purge Valve Fault
The Check Engine Light may illuminate due to an EVAP system charcoal canister purge control valve fault. Our technicians tell us that if the valve requires replacement, a revised part is available which should be installed.
Vehicles with a 7 speed automatic transmission may experience a harsh downshift from 4th to 3rd gear on deceleration. Our technicians tell us revised control module software is available to correct this concern. On higher mileage vehicles other faults may cause transmission shifting issues. Whenever a transmission repair is performed, the control module should be checked for the latest software and updated if necessary.
The traction control/anti-lock brake system (ABS)/Slip warning light may illuminate with code C1142 stored, Our technicians suggest that if the brake light switch and brake pedal are operating correctly, the ABS control module and actuator may require replacement.
Infiniti G37 QuestionsWould that ticking noise everyone else is talking about on an INFINITI G37 (1 answer)
Everone else is talking bout. Would that cause me to burn oil? I get oil changed every 4 months and I'm always having to add a quart between oil changes.
I tried a different control switch but it did the same thing. What can it be help
I hit a dog. Airbag deployed. Can't drive to get estimates. Need airbag repaired.
Infiniti G37 RecallsPower Window Auto Reverse Function May Not Function as Expected
The power window switches were incorrectly manufactured. The auto-reverse feature does not operate and a pinch injury may result before the window reverses direction. Dealers will replace the power window switches to correct this concern.
This recall affects certain vehicles equipped Occupant Classification System (OCS) control units manufactured by Continental Automotive Systems. A varistor in the OCS control unit may have been manufactured out of specification. Under certain conditions, this could interupt the signal between the OCS and the air bag control unit (ACU), causing the passenger air bag to be suppressed in an accident. If the air bag does not deploy when needed in a crash, the risk of injury is increased. Dealers will test the signal between the OCS and ACU with a special tool to verify proper function. The seat cushion containing the OCS hardware will be replaced as necessary. The recall began November 4, 2008.