2003 and 2004 Infiniti M45 Investigated by NHTSA

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The NHTSA is really justifying its share of the government budget this year, cracking down on every error and flaw that automakers missed or neglected. Their latest probe is less about safety and more about having your car run as it should.
A lot of people wait until the red light flashes before visiting the service station, but according to some owners of 2003 and 2004 model year Infiniti M45 sedans, that’s a hard thing to do. The NHTSA says it’s received a total of 43 complaints, which is a lot considering this isn’t the most popular car ever. As a result, they’ve opened a probe into some 8,100 M45 units.

"All 26 incidents reported stalling because the fuel level reading indicated fuel in the tank when there was none. The complaints show an apparent increasing trend, with most received within the past year," said the NHTSA.
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