I have 74k miles and I do not know what codes the computer had when I took it into the dealer.
Warning symbols: 4WAS, Stability Control, IBA off , lane departure, crash symbol
The first time I took it into the dealer was a Wednesday. They told me that they checked for codes and since there several codes (not aware of how many or what the codes were), they were going to clear all the codes and test drive the car to see if any codes would come up, or if the warning symbols would come on again. After test driving the car, they told me that the warning symbols did not come back on and felt the problem might be solved. They sent me on my way.
On my way home from the dealership, the warning lights went back on. I immediately called the dealer and informed them that the problem was not solved. I took the car back in on Friday and was informed that they would have to contact corporate because they had not seen this specific problem with any other car. I received a call on Monday informing me that it would cost me $6k to replace the HICAS Actuator. That corporate had informed them that other customers with those same warning lights on and had replaced the HICAS Actuator and that had solved the problem.
There is a slight difference in the way the warning lights lite up. Initially, it was all five warning symbols at once, after my visit to the dealer, the 4WAS and Stability control symbols lite up first, then seconds later the remaining 3 symbols light up.
I contacted Infinity Consumer Affairs for assistance. I asked them how many Infinity drivers have had this specific problem, and they of course said they did not track that type of information.
I have been paying very close attention to what is triggering the lights to go on and it seems that when I drive through a rough patch or are making a right or left turn and the asphalt is rough, it triggers the lights.
It sounds like there are customers that decide not to replace the HICAS and just live with these warning lights. Correct?