Agree, pain in the ass with my M. It takes about 10 minutes total, but can save you $60-$80.holy shit, thats alot of work! In my past lexus and my toyota you just remove the glove box drawer and it sits behind it without have 10 screws to remove. I'll dig in tomorrow and report back...
Isn't that part of the "Advanced Climate Control System (ACCS) with auto recirculation, Plasmacluster® air purifier and Grape Polyphenol Filter" only in the Deluxe Touring Package?According to the Owner's Manual, the filter is located behind the glove box. It doesn't say anything about "if so equipped".
What the h...... The original posts were for earlier Infinities (aka, my 06 M35) and I thought it was ridiculous. Now you're saying Infiniti put a commonly replaced filter behind the center console? Reminds me of old-school GM designs that made you drop the engine to access the oil filter cause it saved 30 seconds during the assembly.So.... Took it to Infiniti and they found a dried leaf in the squirrel cage fan. Unfortunately it's not considered warranty so it cost me $50. My issue with this is that there is no filter that prevents this from happening, according to the tech, the filter is further down the line. What idiot designed an HVAC system that doesn't filter the incoming air?
Also, the filter is located behind the center console and, according to the tech, is a pain to access. Additionally, if you break anything while trying to access it to replace the filter yourself, you are responsible for covering the cost of repair. Awesome....... Thanks Infiniti!
You should post this question as a new thread, however the quick answer is the little dial to the left of the steering wheel (in the button panel). Rotate it and the headlights will slant downwards. I think it's intended for heavy loads.That was helpfull, I need to know about aiming the JX35 headligths because mine are pointing to front car rear view mirrors and to the right. The infiniti shop said that is fixed but i have been there 2 times and is the same. How can I set the headlights.