Infiniti G35 (2002-2008) firing order — diagram & guide
Balancing power and efficiency with the Infiniti G35 firing order.
For those of you in love with the good old JDM tuner cars, there’s a profound selection of cars that compare with the G35. It’s based on the Nissan 350Z model, so the two share the famous V6 engine used in both of these models.
Even though it’s a great base engine capable of taking a punch and adding a turbo kit to it, it still demands proper care. To keep it running smoothly, we’ll give you a hand through this guide on the Inifiniti G35 (2002-2008) firing order as we go through the engine’s firing order and cylinder layout to get you started with the checkups.
|1st Gen (2002-2008)
First-generation Infiniti G35 (2002-2008) firing order
The first-gen G35 was the only generation and production-run model of this car since the more recent G37 model is considered a separate Infiniti vehicle. So, we’ll only discuss the 3.5-liter V6 as there were no other engine options for this car, as the nameplate suggests since the “35” mark stands for 3.5-liter.
Infiniti G35 firing order
The Infiniti G35 firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6 and this engine is a regular V6 which means the cylinder banks are on the left and the right side. So, the driver’s side cylinders are ordered 2, 4, and 6 are ordered front to rear, while cylinders 1, 3, and 5 are on the passenger’s side, also ordered front to rear.
So, you can start with the first cylinder located at the front end of the engine on the passenger’s side, and follow the firing pattern to check each cylinder individually.
Getting to know the firing order of the Infiniti G35 can greatly help keep the engine running as smoothly as possible. So, we hope that with our help you will now be able to properly diagnose misfires and identify the cylinders left unfired so you can do the necessary repairs.