Oil Reset Procedure for Infiniti FX50 2009-2013
Easy to follow oil reset procedure for Infiniti FX50 for the year 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Infiniti FX50 oil reset procedure for the year 2009 through 2010
1. Turn the ignition on without starting the engine (press START/STOP) button.
2. Locate TRIP computer switches on the right side of the instrument panel (Square and Circle buttons).
3. Press Square (button) repeatedly to bring up the “Setting” screen on the instrument panel display.
4. Follow the prompts to select the “Maintenance” menu. Once this menu is accessed follow the prompts to set or reset the “Engine Oil”.
5. Repeat and follow prompts to reset “Oil Filter”.
6. Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset.
Infiniti FX50 oil reset procedure for the year 2009 through 2013
1. Turn ignition on without starting engine (press “START/STOP” button once).
2. Press the “INFO” button and select “MAINTENANCE”.
3. Select “ENGINE OIL” and then select “RESET”.
4. Press the “BACK” button.
5. Select “OIL FILTER” and then select “RESET”.
6. Press the “BACK” button until you return to the main menu.
7. Turn ignition off.
1. Turn ignition on without starting engine (press “START/ STOP” button once).
2. Press the sqare button repeatedly to select “SETTING” menu.
3. Press the circle button to select. Use the square button to select “OIL”.
4. Follow the promts to reset. Repeat for “FILTER”.
5. Select “BACK” to exit to main menu.
6. Turn ignition off.
About Infiniti FX50
The newly redesigned 2009 Infiniti FX was first shown to the public for the first time on March 4, 2008, at the Geneva Motor Show, and it went on sale in June of the same year. The model with the V8 engine, previously known as the FX35, was renamed the FX50 to reflect the 5-liter capacity of its newly developed VK50VE engine. The V6 model continued to be referred to as the FX35.
In spite of incorporating new design cues, the exterior managed to keep some elements of the “Bionic Cheetah” look and the “giant scarab” profile that were present on the first generation. A large trapezoidal grille filled with horizontal dark-chrome waves, functional side air vents, and longer headlights sculpted to resemble sharks were some of the new design’s distinguishing characteristics. The new model maintained the same overall proportions as its predecessor in terms of its size and dimensions, both on the outside and on the inside.
The front suspension was a new double-wishbone design, comparable to that found on the G37 and EX35; this design ultimately replaced the front strut-type suspension found on the previous generation of the FX. The upper and lower A-arms of the suspension were designed to improve control of the motion of a wheel. This is especially true when the suspension compresses and extends, as this design provides more travel than the previous strut design. In addition to this, the body was developed to be 1.6 times more torsionally rigid and 3.4 times more resistant to bending in comparison to the earlier model. All Wheel Drive (AWD) was a standard feature, and it is noteworthy that Infiniti’s AWD system always engages a power split of 50:50 when the vehicle is stationary. This ensures that the vehicle has the maximum amount of off-the-line traction possible at all times. When necessary, up to one hundred percent of the power produced by the engine can be transferred to the rear wheels, while the front wheels can receive no more than fifty percent of the available power.