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The Infiniti I35 is a third-generation model that was in charge of producing mid-size front-engine passenger cars available for 5 passengers. The models were provided as a 4-door sedan or a 5-door station wagon. The luxury division introduced the I35 as a variant of the Infiniti I30 with an upgraded engine that replaced the old 3.0L VQ30DE-K V6 engine with a 3.5L VQ35DE V6 one. The Infiniti I35 was provided with 255 horsepower by the boosted power parts with the help of a 4-speed automatic transmission and included advanced parts such as a horizontal front grille, standard fog lights, and high-intensity xenon headlights. It got a revised trunk lid, larger badging for the exterior decoration, combination lamps, low-restriction exhaust with a chrome finisher, painted door handles, lifted tires, and turning radius standards. The I35 featured strut and coil spring front suspension, front and rear stabilizer bars, speed-sensitive power rack-and-pinion steering, and a torsion beam rear suspension which was also independently marketed as parts in the name of Multi-Link Beam. Standard equipment parts of the Infiniti I35 included leather-appointed seats that had their seatbacks embroidered with the Infiniti logo, the center console had simulated birdseye maple accents, and an expanded version with an extra vertical ashtray and surround. The tilt steering wheel was wrapped in leather along with manual lumbar support for the 8-way power-adjustable driver seat, the driver's seat was able to move automatically for the driver. Additional interior parts included an automatic temperature control system, an analog clock, a titanium-color accented gated shifter with a simulated birdseye maple gearshift knob, a universal transceiver with rolling code feature, front seatback pockets, cruise control with steering wheel-mounted controls, stainless steel sill plates, and an HVAC micro-filter ventilation system with filters able to be reused and washed.
As the successor to the Infiniti I30, the Infiniti I35 has certain common issues that owners should be aware of and address promptly for vehicle longevity. The most reported problem involves oil sludge, leading to engine failure and excessive oil consumption, usually becoming prominent around 80,000 to 90,000 miles. This issue often makes the vehicle harder to start and decreases engine performance, and may activate the Check Engine Light. If such symptoms occur, a thorough inspection of the I35 radiator and camshaft position sensor is recommended. Another significant concern is steering failure, which manifests as a stiff steering wheel, power steering fluid leaks, and sudden fluid level drops. If these symptoms are present, inspecting the I35 power steering hose should be prioritized to prevent further issues. In addition to these, attention should be paid to components that are prone to malfunction due to harsh conditions or extensive use, like the electrical part neutral safety switch in the I35. If the engine cranks inconsistently depending on the gear or not at all, the neutral safety switch likely needs replacement. Other parts such as the fog light, headlight, and wiper blades also require regular maintenance for optimal performance.
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