I have a 2005 Infiniti G 35 coupe

Asked by Dec 09, 2017 at 10:02 AM about the INFINITI G35

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car wouldn’t start so went got a new battery and it
tried to turn over but it still wouldn’t start.  First I
had it towed home and then I towed  it to a shop.
They put new battery cables on it and said the
battery cables were bad. There was no corrosion on
the battery cables and I didn’t believe it was the
battery cables. Drove the car for 6 miles broke
down again it would start but it would not drive
anywhere. Took it back to the shop totally pissed off  
and they put it back on the machine and there were
several codes on them and they erase the codes.
Had the car all day long. Drive the car home from
the shop which is only half mile at 5:30 went to
leave the house at 12:30 AM in the car would not
start. I believe there are  sensors that need to be
replaced in the shop erase the code and they don’t
know what they’re doing. Now the engine light is on
so I can’t find out what code stay Erased. Can
anybody help me??????

1 Answer


Since the check engine light is on, that means there are fault codes present. You can erase codes anytime, but if nothing is done to fix the codes from coming back, they will reappear. So any shop can read the codes. Also a local auto part store can do it for free. We would need to know what 4 digit codes are present to help further.

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