My Infiniti QX60 vibrates while driving at a low speed. How can I find the problem?
Try to sense where the shaking is coming from. If it emanates from the engine compartment, then the engine is probably not getting enough air, fuel, or spark that it needs to run smoothly. Check the spark plugs for signs of wear or damage and replace them if necessary. However, if they are in good condition, inspect the spark plug wires to see if they are connected properly and in the right order. It is also possible that a dirty air filter or a clogged fuel filter is starving the engine of oxygen or fuel. Make sure to change these wear items regularly to prevent this from happening. If you can feel the vibration through your steering wheel, then it could be an alignment issue, or the wheel bearings need to be replaced. Another thing to consider is the possibility of a "run-out," or when a wheel deviates from a perfectly circular rotation when it is spun. For this one, you will have to take your car to the dealer for servicing.
I can hear a squeaking noise on the front end of my Infiniti QX60, particularly during cold mornings. What seems to be causing this?
The source of the noise could be from your car's front suspension. Try driving your Infiniti QX60 around corners at high speed without being reckless. Observe how the steering and chassis respond to your inputs as you turn the corner. If your car feels stable one second and then unresponsive a second later, then the stabilizer bar bushings might be broken or worn. In order to confirm this, you need to look at the component yourself. You will need to loosen the lug on the front wheels then jack up your car and support it with jack stands so you can remove the front wheels and inspect the problem component. Check if the bushings are in good shape and not torn or missing. Since you're already checking the undercarriage, you might as well inspect the other suspension components. Make sure the links are not broken, the bolts are screwed tight, and the brackets that hold the center part of the bar to the chassis are in good condition.
My Infiniti QX60 overheated recently, and now I noticed that the music player is acting weirdly and my car is misfiring at high speeds. What's going on with my vehicle?
It is possible that the body control module (BCM) is faulty. This component maintains control over various functions of your vehicle. If it gets compromised, other modules and parts of your Infiniti QX60 may go bad as well. If your car's engine overheated recently, it is possible that the BCM was exposed to the excessive heat, thus causing it to malfunction. Other signs of a bad BCM include your car shaking as you speed up, if your vehicle doesn't accelerate smoothly, if you find a burnt fuse, and the most serious would be if your engine fails to crank. You will need to replace this module as soon as possible in order to prevent further damage on the other components.