Infiniti JX35 (2012-2013) firing order — what is it?
Before the new nameplate was added for the QX model, Infiniti’s flagship mid-size SUV had a JX title. It was only produced for two model years and with a single engine option, so our team will help you uncover the details behind the Infiniti JX35 (2012-2013) firing order.
We’ll give you the basic details on the car’s cylinder firing pattern, as well as the cylinder positions within the engine to make your DIY upkeep more convenient.
|1st Gen (2012-2013)
First-generation Infiniti JX35 (2012-2013) firing order
The first-gen JX model was also the only model produced before the introduction of a new QX nameplate for the same SUV class model. It was produced in two model years and always featured Nissan’s 3.5-liter V6 engine, so we’ll give you the basic details on its firing sequence.
Infiniti JX35 3.5L firing order
The Infiniti JX35 3.5L firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6 and it’s the engine produced by Nissan. It’s used in a few other Infiniti models and the 350Z, so the cylinder layout is the same as it is in those models. It’s a transverse engine, so there’s an upper cylinder bank and a lower cylinder bank.
The upper cylinders are arranged in order 1, 3, and 5 from left to right, while the lower bank cylinders are arranged in order 2, 4, and 6 also looking from left to right.
Overall, the Infiniti JX35 may not have stuck around for a long time, but it’s still a widely-used vehicle to this day. So, now you have all the knowledge and tools for proper engine upkeep, and we are hoping that our guide sets you on the right track for that matter.