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Old 10-11-2016, 04:25 PM
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no problem

lol yeah I wouldn't do ebay on these cars just saying!
Or as typical you wont get what you order, so just avoid it
 
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Anyone know what this is called? or the part number? (The brown and grey plugs + wire) It plugs into the fusible link at by the positive battery terminal. It's on a 2007 g35x. It looks mine is melted a little, and I unplugged it and it won't plug back in. Looking for a new plug and the wire that is attached to it.




 

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Old 12-01-2017, 04:40 PM
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Yes that is your fusible link and yes the harness is melted. Unfortunately the wiring harness is literally one piece for the entire engine compartment, every sensor, everything. You should check wrecking yards in your area for a compatible match and cut the harness from it and splice into your harness. Take it to a reputable stereo shop in your area if you aren't familiar with how to make a soldered connection and shrink tube.

The fusible link itself is easy and you can buy a replacement from any parts house, it's ok to go Non-OEM for that part.
 
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Thanks for the info.
 
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G35 v M35

Little inexperienced but do exhaust and body kits made for g35 sedans fit on m35 sedans?
 
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
Yes that is your fusible link and yes the harness is melted. Unfortunately the wiring harness is literally one piece for the entire engine compartment, every sensor, everything. You should check wrecking yards in your area for a compatible match and cut the harness from it and splice into your harness. Take it to a reputable stereo shop in your area if you aren't familiar with how to make a soldered connection and shrink tube.

The fusible link itself is easy and you can buy a replacement from any parts house, it's ok to go Non-OEM for that part.

This was very helpful info. The wiring harness is easy to find on ebay, however, in most cases, the plugs aren't included. I finally found one with the plugs included, and had someone come over and splice it together for me for $75.
 
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Win! Glad you got that all squared away.
 
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My clock has a bad backlight led (or whatever it uses). It flickers a lot. Was wondering if it's easy to replace the clock?
 
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I have the typical collapsed driver's seat bolster on the left side of the seat. What's the cheapest way to have this fixed for someone who sucks at DIY and doesn't have the tools anyway?
 
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Old 04-11-2018, 11:20 AM
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My clock has a bad backlight led (or whatever it uses). It flickers a lot. Was wondering if it's easy to replace the clock?
You should first try just removing the clock/compass and cleaning up the connectors on the lamps it might be something simple causing the flicker. Earlier G35 clocks are simple and the individual lamps are replaceable, they remind me of older christmas tree lights. Unsure of the newer clock that has the compass and other ATC display stuff.

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I have the typical collapsed driver's seat bolster on the left side of the seat. What's the cheapest way to have this fixed for someone who sucks at DIY and doesn't have the tools anyway?
Call around to body shops and find out who in your area does automotive upholstry, make sure they're aware of the SRS seats but you can probably find someone who can do just that bolster for pretty cheap.
 
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X pipe part number for 08 sedan

What’s up everyone. So I have installed test pipes and want to install a magnaflow resonated x pipe and am unsure what part to order and frankly where to put it. Some people have replaced resonators with them but I was wondering if the y pipe is the better place to install. I also have a muffler delete so bottom line I need help with the proper part number to fit my stock piping and whether to put it in where the y is or in the resonators so that I can clean up some of the rasp. Any advice is greatly appreciated. (Chose this thread hoping that I would actually receive some advice rather than my question going unnoticed in the exhaust threads)
 

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