Infiniti Q45 Repair and Maintenance
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Infiniti Q45 ProblemsDrivability Issues Due to Failing Crankshaft Angle Sensor
The crankshaft angle sensor or the camshaft position sensor can fail and cause loss of engine power, an engine that cuts out, and other drivability problems. This will cause the Check Engine Light to illuminate. Certain models have been involved in a recall to replace the camshaft and crankshaft sensors. For more information on this recall, please click here»
Infiniti Q45 Questionschanged spark plugs and replaced tps but car still idles rough at stop. (1 answer)
changed throttle positioning sensor because that's what diagnostic said was a problem but still made no difference and check engine light is still on. what could it be?
Because they need changing
Changed all ignition coils and plugs, but idle's rough and will hesitate big time 45-55 accleration. Timing chain so says don't mess with that? ..(i have 200k miles)...whats next? Is there a timing adjustment I could perform or is that a complete new chain, (2K?)...thanks for any help...Bam
Infiniti Q45 RecallsThe Side Air Bag May Not Deploy as Expected
The wiring connector for the seat mounted airbag may experience increased electrical resistance and may not deploy. In the event of a crash, non-deployment of the side airbags could increase the risk of personal injury. Dealers will modify the wiring connector to correct this concern.
certain vehicles fail to comply with the stop lamp and reflector requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard # 108 "Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated Equipment" This may result in inadequate illumination and may lead to an accident. Dealer will replace the rear combination light assembly free of charge. The Campaign # is 06V395000
On 137 vehicles, the lower child seat anchors in the rear seat do not meet the location requirement as stated by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, and may cause difficulty securing some child seats. If a child seat is not secured, there is an increased risk of injury in a crash. Dealers will replace the lower seat anchor brackets with modified ones. The recall began on October 17, 2005.