G35 Sedan V35 2003-06 Discussion about the 1st Generation V35 G35 Sedan

DIY Video Series

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DIY Video Series

BODY
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Hood Dampers Installation Video
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Windshield Wiper Replacement
Front & Rear Coupe Splash Guards Install
HID Bulb Replacement (Headlight Bulb Replacement)

SUSPENSION
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Tire rotation
SPL Sway Bar End Links Installation Procedure
SPC Rear Camber Kit Install
Front strut (shock & spring) replacement (Eibach Pro Kit)
Compression rods replacement procedure



DRIVELINE/AXLE
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Differential oil change
Magnefine Automatic Transmission Filter Installation
Automatic Transmission Service (check with the FSM to confirm your return line)
Clutch Fluid Flush/Bleeding
Wheel Stud Replacement
Clutch Pedal Removal & Disassembly - Thanks DT35G !
Wheel hub/bearing removal
Rear wheel bearing removal from hub
Rear wheel bearing installation onto hub


ENGINE
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Engine air filter replacement
Throttle body removal, cleaning, and installation
Throttle body Coolant Bypass
Engine oil & filter change
Spark plug replacement
Motordyne Plenum Spacer Install
Drive Belts Replacement
Coolant Service
PCV Valve Replacement Procedure
Lower engine oil pan gasket replacement.
VQ35DE Timing Chain Tensioner and Water Pump Replacement.


STEERING
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Power Steering System Flush and Magnefine In-Line Power Steering Filter Installation Procedure
Steering rack replacement procedure



AIR CONDITIONER
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In-Cabin air filter replacement



BRAKES
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Front brake job (2003 Brembo Coupe)
Complete Rear Brake Job Non-Brembo (Including resurfacing the rotors with a non-directional finish).
Brake Flush Using Motive Power Bleeder
Parking brake shoes replacement.

INTERIOR
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03-04 Factory Radio Removal & Double Din Conversion Procedure
03-04 Instrument Cluster Removal
03-07 Infiniti G35 Coupe Window Motor Replacement Procedure


OTHER
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Jackin' the G Sedan
Jackin' the G Coupe
 

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i love this thread.... i am close and i would love to do some of things myself... thanks
 
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Which oil filter do you use EAO?
 
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nice!!
Why not upgrade to an AEM air filter though?

jon!
 
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Aren't our platinum sparkplugs good for 100k before replacement?
 
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i cant wait for these videos!
 
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This would be a great and huge help bythabay for those that are not use to working on there cars and even for those do that work themselves but have never done one of those services to the G.

Thank you for taking this on and sharing. I need to change the plugs out so looking forward to seeing that one done.
 
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Originally Posted by BuckeyeG
Which oil filter do you use EAO?
There are several EA filters you can use. Two have the same pressure characteristics: EAO12 & EA013

The EAO13 is a little longer than stock. I use the stock size, EAO12.

I've also used the even larger EAO20, however, this filter has a different pressure for when it start bypassing oil, so I'd advise against using it.
 
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Originally Posted by jonE5
nice!!
Why not upgrade to an AEM air filter though?

jon!
I don't know much about the AEM air filter, but I know for a fact that even though paper air filter media can loose air passing performance quickly, it always has the best filtering ability. Typically, cotton gauze air filters let through a lot more silicon, and that's something I'd like to avoid.

You can read some more about it here:
Air Filtration & Flow Test on a Mazda Miata
 
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Originally Posted by darnelled
Aren't our platinum sparkplugs good for 100k before replacement?
Yes, according to the factory service manual, the plugs are due at 105k. It can't hurt to change 'em early though and make a video about it
 
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Can't wait for the vids man!! Put them on a DVD and I'll buy some from you.
 
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Originally Posted by Yv12345vY
Can't wait for the vids man!! Put them on a DVD and I'll buy some from you.
Yeah, I can arrange that
 
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^+1, ill buy one from you as well just to support you in making the vids for everyone
 
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I might be down to come help you do the Vids. I'm no jasoncham but I do have some mechanical abilities. PM me if you need some help. I can help you film too.
 
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Great idea, Eugene! I'd be glad to lend a hand.
 

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