STRESS how unsafe it feels....FX4U2C said:yip, for sure she heads in this week.....me chick even could hear it tonight form the pass seat......
The dealer shouldn't give you any trouble with this. It's a know problem, with a known fix, and Infiniti's engineers are aware that moving the seat temporarily relubes it. I had NO trouble getting them to fix mine last June.FX4U2C said:So, today I exercise the chair up and down twice.....now, no popping or creaking, or movement...**** strange re-lubed i guess.
Only thing that sux is now i gonna wait till it reappears so dealer no gives me the usual "could not find fault" sheet, hehe :lol:
I'm assuming you mean the creaking seat problem (TSB03037), not the rocking one (TSB03070), which I still need to get fixed. You can find them at http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/problems/tsb/tsbsearch.cfm. I simply told them about the problem, and they already were aware of the fix...I didn't know the TSB at the time. And yes, it was at Rosenthal. FYI, I'm going to give Passport a try next, as I've been quoted a much lower install price on my Sirius radio...I've got a cow-orker (G35c guy), who's very happy with them.bradical said:fromheretoinfiniti,
what did you have them do to get this fixed? i am going to see if i can get it done when i go in in a few weeks for service. was this rosenthal?