I don't know if it's considered a recall or not. It's not a safety issue...I am assuming it's good for any FX. You should call your local dealership and see what they say.buflanfx45 wrote:good morning Gentelmen,
is the dash replacement/warranty considereda recall from infiniti Japan?? my dash bubbled badly
what about , high fan noise ???
I have a FX45 2005 with a single radiator fan.
There's not too much to the letter. It basically states that the warranty for the dash only has been extended to 8 years. When you get the car, call your local dealer ASAP to get it replaced. You don't need to bring the letter or anything with you. They already know about it. Do you know your vehicle's "in service" date so you can calculate how much time you have left to get it replaced? Since yours is an 03', you're getting close to end of the 8 years so hop on it as soon as you can after you get the car.Richmond FX35 wrote:I just purchased an '03 FX 35 sight unseen from Texas Direct Auto. The car is in relatively good condition however there are multiple cracks all over the dashboard. I'm hoping that it will be covered by this warranty extension. Anybody have a copy of the letter you could fax or email me? It would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Chris would you be kind to send me a copy of that letter from infiniti. because im having a hard time here in France just because mine is a US model. maybe with that letter I can contact infiniti europe and ask for help.Chris92SE wrote:In the mail today, I received a letter from Infiniti stating that they will now warranty the dash for 8 years/unlimited miles. It also said that if you already paid to have this problem fixed they would pay you back.
I guess they finally figured they had enough complaints.
I have read about people saying the the dash bubbled or cracked, so I am glad they offered this up. It makes me feel better about 1) Nissan/Infiniti recognizing a problem and 2) knowing that if this happens to my FX I can get it fixed.
It's too bad Nissan didn't recognize the flaw in my Maxima. The VTC clacking happens in virtually every ve30de engine and the company turned a blind eye to the problem for all of these years. A lot of people really love these cars with this engine, but that turns them away or just irritates the tar out of them.