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    Miami, FL
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    CEO Computer Repair
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    2003 G35 Sedan A/T -- Almost every N.A. Mod Installed.

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  • Last Activity: 01-18-2019 02:04 AM
  • Join Date: 01-03-2007

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  1. 08-08-2013 01:07 PM
    Hello Eric,
    I just happened onto your posts. I have an '06 with close to the same problem. Mine will go for about 2 months before it overheats. Then I start hearing a waterfall noise from, I'm guessing the heater block when I start the car. Pretty much two weeks later it starts redlining on the temp gauge. I take it back to the dealer he bleeds it again, and it's good for another 2 months. It's sucking air somewhere into the system but not leaking a drop. I've replaced radiator, thermostat & cap. Still overheats every couple months. What was your final fix? Did the water pump do the trick or something else? Thanks for any insight, I've had it at multiple shops and the dealer over the last nine months, they have all guessed wrong so far...
  2. Eric@TCGMiami
    03-07-2012 03:40 PM
    No problem
  3. MPJ
    03-07-2012 09:07 AM
    MPJ
    NO not yet. I have a small detailing biz that I do on the side and its been really biz. Trying to find time to do it. I picked up the weak sauce stillen SC. which I just got done sanding and polishing it. So I plan on installing that and the swap plus a wire tuck all at the same time. Hopefully at the end of month. I'll keep you posted. thanks
  4. MPJ
    07-29-2011 10:31 AM
    MPJ
    I just looked at your thread about the e-fan. i have a couple of questions for you.
    1.would you say its safe to make all my settings to yours? i still have the stock raditator
    2.why two fans?
    3.what did you do with the mech. fan and the clutch?
    4.pics??

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