Shop online, find the best price on the right product, and have it shipped right to your door. After driving about 1000mi now, I am running low on oil. That's why the ealier ones failed more often. So when you change those, are they broke, too? Fluids don't have an unlimited life, just like motor oil. My manual transmission fluid maybe every 2 years or even every year depending on how I feel or how much money I have on me. When you need a clutch, replace the clutch fluid.
Maybe flushing is a good idea, but I hav not yet come to an acceptance of flushing the transmission. It has worked well on little nissan and I see no reason why it won't work on the G. I was called in 4 more times after that every 1,000mi specifically for oil-level testing. And then suddely, all kinds of leaks can show up. As far as transmission and differential fluids go, I never change it unless there is a problem. To maintain their cars and their budgets, many Infiniti G35 owners have decided to drain and fill their transmission fluid themselves.
I always feel like the flushing will remove particles keeping the transmission together. I also change the air and cabin filters regularly. I also change the air and cabin filters regularly. The same procedure will apply for any of the V35 generation 2002-2006 sedans and coupes. What should I do I would like to know how the clutch feels and drives. Little nissan is actually my mule for the G.
What are two jacking points, front and rear, to lift the car on four jackstands? This is a tutorial for changing the manual transmission fluid and differential fluid on a 2006 G35 sedan. I change my differential fluid every year. I've searched a lot on the internet seems to be a common problem and as of right now inifiniti claims no knowledge allegedly. Sorry, just had to point out a paradox. The 6 speed trans is a very beefy unit.
That was a 4 speed manual as 5 speeds were in very short supply during gas lines and even odd fuel purchase days back then. Now, about 3,000 miles later, the problem has gotten worse; about every 3rd shift from 1st to 2nd. The clutch uses dot3 brake fluid which is being contaminated and turning brown resulting in clutch problem. Infiniti has been developed sophisticated transmissions through years and it is critical that you add the exact type of transmission fluid stipulated by your owner's manual typically in the back of the manual in a section titled Fluid Capacities. Sorry, just had to point out a paradox. The video above shows where the transmission fluid dipstick is located in your G35 and how to check the transmission fluid level.
If you can change your own oil, you can definitely do this. I imagine the process is also nearly identical for the 350z. So I returned it to the dealer and they said that the trans needed to be replaced! If the transmission fluid level in your G35 is low, you need to add transmission fluid through the dipstick tube. Hope this helps, happy wrenching! I plan on taking it to the dealership soon to record it formally. I could never understand why they did this to the G35.
Before adding transmission fluid, make sure that your engine was running when you checked the fluid level. The job of the syncros is to speed up or slow down trans components so they will mesh easier. But, just in case, I had them change the transmission fluid. Good thing I have a warranty! If you are having problems with the transmission in your G35, such as clunky shifting or hesitation, check the fluid level first - it is amazing how many drivers pay thousands of dollars for transmission work when a half quart of transmission fluid would have fixed the problem. I totally agree with you! I'm taking over maintenance of a 2004 G35 with 60K miles.
This could shorten their car's lifespan because transmission fluid is essential to maintaining the transmission system. If gear selections are not corresponding with the transmission's actions, the fault is likely with a transmission-range switch. Sometimes I wonder why you drive a G, from your post I can see you driving a 92' Honda Accord. What are two jacking points, front and rear, to lift the car on four jackstands? My question is what aftermarket fluids manual transmission, diff, radiator, brake work well in the G35, other than buying from the dealer? I was told to go easy for the initial 12-15k. Jacko--- When you change your transmission fluid do drain and fill 4 quarts or do a complete flush and fill empty the entire transmission and refill 12 quarts? The engine in your 2003 Infiniti G35 should be running when you perform a transmission fluid level check, otherwise it will be inaccurate. Jacko3 wrote:Maybe flushing is a good idea, but I hav not yet come to an acceptance of flushing the transmission. Never try to fix anything that isn't broke.
I change my oil and oil filter every 3k to 3. I drove a manual I30 and it drove like a dream. Other than that, in almost 80k miles, nada. Over many years I have put hundreds of thousands of miles on many vehicles by following my self imposed oil change schedule. I prefer draining the transmsioon on a more routin basis than flushing.
But this is not the only problem I am having, the new engine seems to be a lot louder and a bit sluggish too. At most dealerships mechanics can show you oil pans of failed engines with sludge a couple of inches thick for those that thought they could go 10, 15, or even 20k miles without changing oil because they used some expensive oil. When I drive normal I go through 4th gear easily. The dealership addressed the problem at 50,000 miles, but it has since returned. When adding transmission fluid to your G35, be sure to add it slowly as the transmission fluid capacity is reached quickly and it is difficult to remove excess fluid if you overfill.