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Old 02-14-2017, 06:27 PM
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I used the template, timing is definitely off. This is going to be a fun project!

So should I buy a timing kit or should I source the components separately?

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You made sure you were at TDC on compression stroke right?

I would definitely buy everything OEM from Nissan or Infiniti. I have a list of parts I used on a thread I started when I did along with some tips and things I encountered when I did it.

Here are some parts I used when I did mine:

Part Numbers (As I get/remember them):
Primary Chain - 13028-JK00A - $98.28
Timing Cover Lower Gasket - 11121-31U00 - $11.18
Chain Guide - 13085-AL511 -- $9.33
Slack Guide (Updated Part) - 13091-JK20A - $45.42
O-Ring for VVT (x2) - 15066-5E510 - $6.10
O-Ring Case (x2) - 15066-ZL80A - $5.30
Crankshaft Seal - 13510-31U10 - $11.35
Thermostat Gasket - 13050-31U00 - $3.38
Spacer for Idle Pulley Delete Mod - 13298-4P10A - $3.02
New Belt - 11720-4P10A
Upper Chain Guide (Updated Part) - 13085-JK20A - $19.87
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There are two bolts hidden on the bottom of the cover in the lower oil pan and you need to take it off to get to them. Also, don't bother with a Fel-Pro gasket for the oil pan, I tried it once and it was pretty crappy.

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Old 02-17-2017, 06:58 AM
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Since this is a huge time consuming repair, be grateful that the parts don't seem to be too terribly expensive, there's just a lot of them to work with. GL............
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My friend just bought an 06 g35 sedan and had the same codes and nothing seemed to fix it, thankfully it all happened withing 2 weeks of him buying the car from a used car dealer and they decided that the easy fix would just be to replace the engine as they were not sure of what damage it may be inside the engine.
Honestly replacement engines are getting pretty cheap nowadays, you can find one with 60k for around $1000 bucks and swap it over in a weekend. I did that when my old 04 developed a rod knock. That way you will not be spending a bunch of time and money on an engine with 300k miles on it
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My friend just bought an 06 g35 sedan and had the same codes and nothing seemed to fix it, thankfully it all happened withing 2 weeks of him buying the car from a used car dealer and they decided that the easy fix would just be to replace the engine as they were not sure of what damage it may be inside the engine.
Honestly replacement engines are getting pretty cheap nowadays, you can find one with 60k for around $1000 bucks and swap it over in a weekend. I did that when my old 04 developed a rod knock. That way you will not be spending a bunch of time and money on an engine with 300k miles on it
I agree however Im in Canada, everything here is almost double the price and thats if you find anything. It really sucks the big one.
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I agree however Im in Canada, everything here is almost double the price and thats if you find anything. It really sucks the big one.
Source one in the US, have it shipped. Is that an option?
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