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  1. Thank you very much everyone. I actually had it checked and apparently it had something to do with the alignment of the wheels.
  2. It is also possible that there is a buildup of water in the brake line. I would suggest for you to also check there as a precaution.
  3. I didn't really have much to do today so I was browsing the internet about Infiniti when I noticed something about Nissan Infiniti. I am not really sure but when I went into Nissan's website, I saw the infiniti brand there: Nissan website Can anyone explain why Infiniti shows under the nissan brand? Is it a tie-up or something?
  4. Were you able to have it fixed then? Also the fluid is constantly full right? I mean there are no leaks on the container.
  5. Since we are on the topic of overheating. If your car does overheat, never put water in it. You have to wait until it really cools from the temperature coming from the environment.
  6. Were you able to get the answer for your question yet? If not, is there a reset / select button for the windshield fluid indicator? It is usually on a controller where you just need to click the "select" and it should reset.
  7. @Afzal, welcome. Going to the mechanic is always best. I have to agree with Clearsky on this one. Both for convenience and for health reasons.
  8. For some reason, the car seems to shake horribly from the rear. I already bought new alignment, new tires, I even replaced the bushings. I even took it to a mechanic but he said that everything seems to be fine. Does anybody have an idea what might be causing this?
  9. Not unless you know how to format the hard drive on your car, I wouldn't suggest you doing it. If you do now how to format it, you can easily format the hard drive and replace it with the OS' Abu Dhabi version.
  10. Try this method if it will work. Spray Lysol directly into the vents then switch the air conditioner to run the air from the outside. Drive for about 2 miles then switch back to "recirculate air". You might also want to change the filters as it could also be the one that is causing the odor.
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