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INFINITI WARRANTY INFORMATION BOOKLET 2007

2007 Infiniti Warranty Information Booklet · 2007 Infiniti Warranty Information Booklet & 2007 Owner’s Manual” for important informa-tion concerning consumer rights in your state

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2007 INFINITI WARRANTY INFORMATION BOOKLETTABLE OF CONTENTS

SUMMARY OF WARRANTY COVERAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1

INFINITI OWNER SATISFACTION AND ASSISTANCE . . . . . . . . . .2

2007 NEW VEHICLE LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

2007 INFINITI FEDERAL VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROLWARRANTIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

2007 INFINITI CALIFORNIA VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROLWARRANTIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10

RECOMMENDATION FOR MAINTENANCESERVICE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

SEAT BELT LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16

LIMITED WARRANTY ON GENUINE NISSAN REPLACEMENT PARTS, GENUINE NISMO S-TUNE PARTS, AND GENUINENISSAN ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17

SUMMARY OF THE NISSAN LIFETIME REPLACEMENT PANEL CORROSION LIMITED WARRANTY1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

REPLACEMENT BATTERY LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

BRIDGESTONE PASSENGER TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . .22

BRIDGESTONE RUN-FLAT TECHNOLOGY TIRELIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24

DUNLOP PASSENGER TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . .26

GOODYEAR PASSENGER TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . .32

MICHELIN PASSENGER AND LIGHT TRUCK TIRELIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34

CONTINENTAL/GENERAL TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY . . . . . . . . .36

IMPORTANT TIRE SAFETY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46

SERVICE LOAN CAR PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47

ELITE INFINITI EXTENDED PROTECTION PLAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48

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SUMMARY OF WARRANTY COVERAGE*

* See the express terms of the applicable warranty printed elsewhere in this booklet, whichterms control if there is a conflict with this chart.

** Unlimited Mileage*** 10 Years/ Unlimited Mileage on Seat belts

24 Months24,000 Miles

36 Months50,000 Miles

72 Months70,000 Miles

96 Months80,000 Miles

48 Months60,000 Miles

84 Months70,000 Miles

California Emission Performance and Defect Warranties

California Emission Long Term Defect Warranty

Federal Emission Long Term Defect Warranty

Federal Emission Defect Warranty

Federal EmissionPerformance Warranty

Powertrain Coverage ***

Corrosion Coverage (Perforation from Corrosion) **

Basic Coverage

Both Infiniti and your Infiniti dealer are dedicatedto serving all your automotive needs. Your com-plete satisfaction is our primary concern. YourInfiniti dealer is available to assist you with all yourautomobile sales, parts and service requirements.

If, however, a situation arises that you believe hasnot been addressed to your satisfaction, we askthat you take the following steps.

STEP 1:Discuss the situation with the dealership manage-ment. If a problem still exists, contact the dealer-ship’s owner. Your Infiniti dealer is best equippedto resolve the matter for you.

STEP 2:If the concern has still not been addressed to yoursatisfaction, please contact our Infiniti ConsumerAffairs Department using our toll free number:

1-800-662-6200The Consumer Affairs Department will ask for thefollowing information:

• Your name, address, and telephone number• Vehicle identification number (on dashboard

and permanent Infiniti Total Ownership pro-gram card)

• Date of purchase• Current odometer reading• Your Infiniti dealership’s name• Details of the concern

Or you can write to Infiniti with the above informa-tion at:

INFINITI DIVISIONNissan North America, Inc.Consumer Affairs DepartmentP.O. Box 685003Franklin, TN 37068-5003

STEP 3:In the event that you believe Infiniti has beenunable to satisfactorily address the problem, a spe-cial automotive complaint resolution programcalled AUTO LINE is available to you. The AUTO LINEprogram is independently operated by the Councilof Better Business Bureaus, Inc. (BBB).

For information about the BBB AUTO LINE in yourarea, please call us (Infiniti) at the same toll freenumber (1-800-662-6200).

We will be happy to provide you with the addressand phone number of your local BBB office or anyother information about AUTO LINE.

Or you may contact the BBB at:AUTO LINECouncil of Better Business Bureaus, Inc.4200 Wilson Blvd.Arlington, Virginia 222031 (800) 955-5100

If you call, the BBB staff will record the details ofyour complaint by telephone. They will ask for thesame information as in Step 2.

The AUTO LINE program consists of two parts:mediation and arbitration. The AUTO LINE Staff willattempt to provide suggestions for resolving theproblem during mediation. If a satisfactory resolu-tion has not been achieved during mediation, youwill have the opportunity to present your case per-sonally before an impartial person or three personpanel. This is the arbitration part of AUTO LINE. Thearbitrator(s) will make a decision after the arbitra-tion hearing.

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The BBB must send you a final decision in yourcase within forty (40) days (plus 7 days, if you havenot contacted Infiniti) unless you delay theprocess. If you accept the decision, it will be legal-ly binding on you and Infiniti. If you do not acceptthe decision, it will not be legally binding on you orInfiniti. However, in some states, if the decision isnot accepted, it may be introduced either by you orby Infiniti as evidence in a subsequent courtaction.

BBB AUTO LINE is an informal dispute settle-ment mechanism operated to comply withapplicable Federal law and regulations. Instates where BBB AUTO LINE is available, youare required to use BBB AUTO LINE before exer-cising rights or seeking remedies under Title 1of the Federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, 15U.S.C.§2301, et. seq. If you choose to seekremedies other than those created by Title 1 ofthe Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, (for exam-ple, under state law), that Federal Act does notrequire you to first use BBB AUTO LINE. The pro-gram is still available to you, however, and maybe of considerable assistance. Some statesspecify that informal dispute settlement mech-anisms such as BBB AUTO LINE must be usedbefore you may use state-operated complaintresolution processes, before you may file a law-

suit under state law, and/or before you mayhave certain other rights or remedies availableunder state law. In accordance with thosestates’ laws, Infiniti requires the prior use ofBBB AUTO LINE in good faith before you resortto such other processes, file a lawsuit, or seekother remedies provided by state law. Pleasesee the “Supplement to 2007 Infiniti WarrantyInformation Booklet & 2007 Infiniti Owner’sManual” for additional information.

AUTO LINE may not be available in all states. We,Infiniti, can provide you with information about theavailability of AUTO LINE in your state, or call theAUTO LINE number listed above.

ELIGIBILITY: Infiniti vehicles less than four years oldfrom date delivered to the first retail buyer or oth-erwise put into use, and with fewer than 60,000miles, are eligible for the program.

ASSISTANCE OUTSIDE OF WARRANTYIn support of our commitment to the “TotalOwnership Experience,” Infiniti may occasionallyoffer to pay or reimburse for part or all of the cost ofmaking certain, specific repairs beyond or outsideof the terms of the warranty for some specific vehi-cle models. (Some states refer to such programs as

“adjustment programs”). In such circumstancesInfiniti mails notices to all known registered ownersof affected vehicles. You may additionally inquireof your authorized Infiniti dealer or of Infiniti direct-ly at the number listed below of the applicability ofsuch programs to your vehicle.

Infiniti may occasionally offer special assistancethat may pay for part or all of vehicle repairsbeyond the expiration of the limited warranty peri-od on a case by case basis. Should you experienceunusual difficulties with your vehicle please dis-cuss the situation with your dealer. If your dealer isunable to assist you, you may call the InfinitiConsumer Affairs Department at 1-800-662-6200 todiscuss your concern. You will need to provide theModel, Model Year, VIN (Vehicle IdentificationNumber), mileage, maintenance history, a detailedexplanation of the concern, and why you believethat Infiniti should be responsible for the repair.Your request will be individually investigated andyou will be informed of Infiniti‘s decision.

Please also review the “Supplement to the2007 Infiniti Warranty Information Booklet &2007 Owner’s Manual” for important informa-tion concerning consumer rights in your state.

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1 NISSAN indicates Nissan North America, Inc., P.O. Box 685003, Franklin, Tennessee, 37068-5003 which distributes Infiniti vehicles in the United States.2 See the owner’s manual for information relevant to proper operation of the vehicle, including the recommended fuels and fluids.

WHO IS THE WARRANTORNISSAN1 warrants all parts of your 2007 Infiniti vehicle supplied by Nissan, except for those listedunder the caption “WHAT IS NOT COVERED.”

APPLICABILITY• This warranty is provided to the original and sub-

sequent owner(s) of an Infiniti vehicle originallydistributed by Nissan which is originally sold bya Nissan authorized Infiniti dealership in theUnited States, and which is registered and nor-mally operated in the United States (includingAlaska and Hawaii), the United States territories(specifically Guam, Saipan, American Samoa,Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands), andCanada.

• Your Infiniti vehicle is manufactured to meet U.S.regulations and environmental requirements.With the exception of privately owned vehiclesbelonging to members of the U.S. military oremployees and officers of the United StatesGovernment stationed abroad, this warrantydoes not apply if an otherwise covered vehicle isoperated in, or relocated to, a country other thanthose listed above under this caption, except thatit continues to apply if the vehicle is operated infull compliance with its proper use as describedin the applicable OWNER’S MANUAL2 while tour-ing outside of the United States, the U.S. territo-ries or Canada for a period not exceeding sixty

(60) consecutive days or sixty (60) days in anyone 12 month period. This warranty applies to arelocated vehicle which is returned to, and is reg-istered and normally operated in the UnitedStates, the U.S. territories or Canada, except forconditions due to the vehicle’s foreign operation,e.g., use of inappropriate fuels or other fluids.LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND OTHER WARRANTY TERMS AND STATE LAW RIGHTS

EXTRA EXPENSES - LIMITATIONS OFDAMAGES THIS WARRANTY DOES NOTCOVER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES SUCH AS LOSS OF THE USE OF THEVEHICLE, INCONVENIENCE OR COMMERCIALLOSS.ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSESHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THISWRITTEN WARRANTY.Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation ofincidental or consequential damages or limitations onhow long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limita-tions or exclusions may not apply to you. This warrantygives you specific legal rights, and you may also haveother rights which vary from state to state.

Nissan does not authorize any person to create for it anyother warranty, obligation or liability in connection withthis vehicle.

Infiniti makes available to you, and you are specificallyrequired by Federal law to use BBB AUTO LINE [(800) 955-5100] before exercising rights or seeking remedies underthe Federal Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, 15 U.S.C§2301, et. seq. You are not required to first use BBB AUTO

LINE if you seek remedies not created by Title 1 of thatFederal law, but are required to first use BBB AUTO LINE ifyou seek remedies created by state law, including yourstate’s lemon law, if applicable state law provides forusing a 703 compliant or similar process before filingsuit. Please refer to pp. 2-3 of this booklet and the“Supplement to 2007 Infiniti Warranty InformationBooklet & 2007 Infiniti Owner’s Manual” for additionalinformation.

THE WARRANTY BEGINSThe warranty period begins on the date the vehicleis delivered to the first retail buyer or put into serv-ice, whichever is earlier.FOR HOW LONG AND WHAT IS COVERED BASIC COVERAGE• The basic coverage period is 48 months or

60,000 miles, whichever comes first.• The warranty covers any repairs needed to correct

defects in materials or workmanship of all partsand components of each new Infiniti vehicle sup-plied by Nissan except for those exclusions oritems listed under the caption ”WHAT IS NOTCOVERED” or, if the part is covered by one of theseparate coverages described in the followingsections of this warranty, that specific coverageapplies instead of the basic coverage.

POWERTRAIN COVERAGE• The Powertrain coverage period is 72 months or

70,000 miles, whichever comes first.• This warranty covers any repairs needed to cor-

rect defects in material or workmanship.

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• Powertrain coverage includes components listedbelow, supplied by NISSAN, except for those itemslisted under the caption “WHAT IS NOT COVERED.”

ENGINE - Cylinder heads and block and all internalparts, rocker covers and oil pan, valve train and frontcover, timing chain and tensioner, oil pump, waterpump and fuel pump, fuel injectors, intake andexhaust manifolds, flywheel, seals and gaskets.

TRANSMISSION AND TRANSAXLE - Case and all inter-nal parts, torque converter and converter housing,automatic transmission control module, transfercase and all internal parts, seals and gaskets,clutch cover and housing, and electronic transmis-sion controls.

DRIVETRAIN - Drive shafts, final drive housing andall internal parts, propeller shafts, universal joints,bearings, seals and gaskets.

RESTRAINT SYSTEM - Air bags and related electroniccontrol systems.

CORROSION COVERAGE (PERFORATION FROMCORROSION)

Any body sheet metal panel supplied by Nissanfound to have developed perforation (rust-through)due to corrosion in normal use is covered for 84months, regardless of mileage, except for those itemslisted under “WHAT IS NOT COVERED.” No additionalrust proofing applications are required. Perforation isa condition in which any body sheet metal panel has

corroded from one surface to another.

ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT BATTERY COVERAGE

The coverage period is 48 months or 60,000 miles,whichever comes first. A defective original equip-ment battery which is unserviceable within the first 12months and 60,000 miles will be replaced free ofcharge. After 12 months but within 24 months and60,000 miles, you will pay 25% of the replacementbattery’s suggested retail price plus applicable taxes.After 24 months but within 36 months and 60,000miles, you will pay 50% of the replacement battery’ssuggested retail price plus applicable taxes. After 36months but within 48 months and 60,000 miles, youwill pay 75% of the replacement battery’s suggestedretail price plus applicable taxes. Nissan will pay therest, including all labor to remove and replace thedefective battery.

TOWING COVERAGE

If your vehicle is inoperative due to the failure of awarranted part, towing service to the nearest author-ized Infiniti dealer is covered for 48 months or60,000 miles, whichever comes first.

ADJUSTMENT COVERAGE

Service adjustments not usually associated with thereplacement of parts, such as wheel alignment, arecovered only during the first 12 months or 12,000miles, whichever comes first.

REFRIGERANT RECHARGE ONLY COVERAGE

Refrigerant recharge not associated with the repairor replacement of a warranted part is covered onlyduring the first 12 months, regardless of themileage.

NO CHARGE

Warranty repairs will be made at no charge for partsand/or labor (except for batteries and tires, inwhich case you may pay certain charges). Anyneeded parts replacement will be made using gen-uine Nissan or Nissan approved new or remanufac-tured parts approved by Nissan for use on Infinitivehicles.OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE• You must take the vehicle to an authorized Infiniti

dealer in the United States or Canada during reg-ular business hours at your expense in order toobtain warranty service. The names and address-es of authorized Infiniti dealers are listed in tele-phone directories.

• If you require warranty service outside of theUnited States (see terms under caption “APPLICA-BILITY”), contact an Infiniti dealer in that country.Note that complaints related to failure to complywith proper use of the vehicle as described in theapplicable OWNER’S MANUAL (including the lackof availability or use of proper fuel and fluids), or

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Cont’dthe vehicle’s lack of compliance with local regula-tions or environmental requirements of any coun-try (other than the U.S., the listed U.S. territories orCanada) are not covered by this warranty.

MAINTENANCE AND RECORDSAs a condition of this warranty, you are responsiblefor properly using, maintaining and caring for yourvehicle as outlined in your Owner’s Manual, and ofmaintaining copies of all maintenance records &receipts for review by Nissan. Failure to do so islikely to result in the denial of warranty.

Evidence of the performance of the required main-tenance should be kept and may need to be pre-sented as proof of such maintenance in connectionwith related warranty repairs. To assist you in main-taining appropriate records, the Maintenance Loglocated in your Owner’s Literature Kit can be usedalong with supporting repair invoices, receipts andother such records.

WHAT IS NOT COVEREDDAMAGE, FAILURES OR CORROSION DUE TO ACCI-DENTS, MISUSE OR ALTERATIONSThis warranty does not cover damage, failures orcorrosion resulting from:• Accident, theft, fire, driving through water

(including engine water ingestion) or misuse,which includes, but is not limited to, racing of anysort whatsoever. (Proper use is outlined in yourOWNER’S MANUAL.)

• Alteration, tampering or improper repair.• Installation of non-Nissan approved accessories

or components.• Improper installation of any Nissan approved or

aftermarket accessory or component.• Glass breakage, unless resulting from defects in

material or workmanship.• Normal wear and tear, including dings, dents,

chips or scratches.ALTERED OR UNCERTAIN ODOMETER MILEAGEThis warranty does not cover repair of any vehicleor any part of a vehicle on which the odometer hasbeen altered, or the odometer repaired or replaced,and the actual vehicle mileage cannot be correctlyand readily determined.SALVAGE TITLEThis limited warranty does not apply to any vehicle,and is rendered void if the vehicle is (or ever hasbeen) issued a “salvage” or similar title under anystate’s law; or has ever been determined to be a“total loss” or equivalent by any insurance compa-ny, such as by payment of a cash payment of aclaim in lieu of repairs because of a determinationthat the cost of repairs exceeded the actual cashvalue of the vehicle.DAMAGE, FAILURES OR CORROSION FROMENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONSThis warranty does not cover damage, failures orcorrosion resulting from:

• Stone chipping, chemical fallout, tree sap, salt,hail, windstorm, lightning, flood or other environ-mental conditions.

• The items listed below are not covered under cor-rosion coverage (perforation from corrosion)- Exhaust system components.- Corrosion other than perforation, such as cos-

metic or surface corrosion due to defects inmaterial or workmanship. This is covered underthe Basic Coverage of the New Vehicle LimitedWarranty.

DAMAGE, FAILURES OR CORROSION DUE TO LACKOF OR IMPROPER MAINTENANCEThis warranty does not cover damage, failures orcorrosion resulting from:• Lack of performance of proper maintenance serv-

ices as outlined in your Owner’s Manual.• Use of improper or dirty fuel, fluids or lubricants.• Use of parts not equivalent in quality or design to

parts supplied by Nissan for use on Infiniti vehi-cles.

MAINTENANCE SERVICE EXPENSEThis warranty does not cover normal maintenanceservices as specified in your Owner’s Manual suchas wheel alignment, headlight aiming, replacementof filters, replacement of key fob batteries, lubri-cants, coolant, worn clutch discs and brake pads.SEAT BELTS, TIRES AND EMISSION CONTROLSYSTEMSeat belts, tires and the emission control systemare covered by separate warranties.6

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EMISSION DEFECTS WARRANTY

WHAT IS COVEREDNISSAN* warrants that your vehicle was designed,built and equipped to conform at the time of salewith all applicable United States emission stan-dards.

This warranty covers any repairs needed to correctdefects in materials or workmanship which wouldcause your vehicle not to meet these standards.

WHAT IS COVERED UNDER THE DEFECTS WARRANTY

Covered components are listed below under thecaption “WARRANTY PARTS LIST.” Exceptions tothis warranty are listed below under the caption“WHAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER EITHER THEDEFECTS OR PERFORMANCE WARRANTIES.”

HOW LONG IS THE WARRANTY

This warranty is for 4 years or 60,000 miles,whichever occurs first. The warranty begins thedate the vehicle is delivered to the first retail buyeror put into use, whichever is earlier. Additionally,

the engine control module/onboard diagnosticdevice and catalytic converter(s) listed below andindicated by an “••” under the caption “WarrantyParts List” are covered for 8 years or 80,000 miles,whichever occurs first.

EMISSIONS PERFORMANCE WARRANTY

WHEN DOES THIS WARRANTY APPLYThe Emissions Performance Warranty applies toyour 2007 Infiniti vehicle ONLY when both of thefollowing occur.1. The vehicle fails to meet applicable emissions

standards as judged by an emissions testapproved by the Environmental ProtectionAgency (EPA).

2. This failure results or will result in some penal-ty to you, such as a monetary fine or the denialof the right to use your vehicle, under local,state or federal law.For example, if your state requires an EPAapproved yearly vehicle inspection before youreceive a renewed license, this warrantyapplies to your vehicle. In areas where there isno approved test program, this warranty doesnot apply.

WHAT IS COVERED AND FOR HOW LONG UNDER THEPERFORMANCE WARRANTY

Nissan* warrants that it will remedy any non-con-formity in your vehicle which causes it to fail anapproved emissions test during the first 24 monthsor 24,000 miles, whichever occurs first. The war-ranty begins the date the vehicle is delivered to thefirst retail buyer or put into use, whichever is earlier.

Additionally, failure of an approved emissions testresulting from the failure of those parts listedbelow under the caption “Warranty Parts List” arecovered by the Emissions Defects Warrantydescribed above.

Exceptions to this warranty are listed below underthe caption “WHAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER EITHERTHE DEFECTS OR PERFORMANCE WARRANTIES.”

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(cont’d next page...)* NISSAN indicates Nissan North America, Inc., P.O. Box 685003, Franklin, Tennessee, 37068-5003, which distributes Infiniti vehicles in the United States.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER EITHER THEDEFECTS OR PERFORMANCE WARRANTIESThese warranties do not cover:1. Normal maintenance, service and parts replace-

ment as outlined in the emissions control main-tenance instructions of your Owner’s Manual.

2. Failures directly as a result of:• Failure to perform required emission con-

trol maintenance as outlined in yourOwner’s Manual.

• Misuse, accident or modification.• Improper adjustment or installation of parts

during the performance of maintenanceservices.

• Tampering with or disconnecting any partaffecting vehicle emissions.

• The use of contaminated fuel or fuel otherthan that specified in your Owner’s Manual.

3. In the case of the Performance Warranty, theuse of any part not certified in accordance withFederal requirements which is defective or notequivalent from an emissions standpoint to theoriginal equipment part.

4. In the case of the Performance Warranty, costsof determining the cause of a vehicle failing anEPA approved emissions test if such failure isfound not to be covered.

5. In the case of the Defects Warranty, parts notsupplied by Nissan or damage to other partscaused directly by non-Nissan parts.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND OTHERWARRANTY TERMS AND STATE LAW RIGHTS

EXTRA EXPENSES - LIMITATIONS OFDAMAGES

These emissions warranties do not cover inci-dental or consequential damages such as lossof the use of the vehicle, inconvenience orcommercial loss.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSESHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THESEWRITTEN WARRANTIES.Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation ofincidental or consequential damages or limitations onhow long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limita-tions or exclusions may not apply to you. These war-ranties give you specific legal rights, and you may alsohave other rights which vary from state to state.

Nissan does not authorize any person to create for it anyother warranty, obligation or liability in connection withthis vehicle.

WHAT YOU MUST DO

In order to obtain warranty service you must deliv-er the vehicle to an authorized Infiniti dealer in theUnited States at your expense.

You must also maintain your vehicle as outlined in themaintenance instructions in your Owner's Manual. WHAT NISSAN WILL DOWarranty repairs will be made at no charge for partsand/or labor, including diagnosis and tax. Anyneeded parts replacement will be made using newor remanufactured parts.OTHER WARRANTY TERMS

PERFORMANCE WARRANTY CLAIMS PROCEDUREYou may make a claim under the PerformanceWarranty immediately after the failure of an EPAapproved emissions test. You must provide proof ofthis failure when making your claim.

You will be told whether Nissan will honor yourclaim within 30 days of the date you make theclaim unless a shorter time period is required bylaw. If your claim is denied, Nissan will notify you inwriting of the reason. If we do not notify you withinthis time period, we will repair your vehicle underthis warranty at no cost to you. The time period fornotification will not apply if you request a delay ora delay is caused by events not under the control ofInfiniti dealers.

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No claim will be denied under the PerformanceWarranty because you use a non-Nissan certifiedpart but EPA certified part for maintenance or repair.

MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND REPLACEMENT PARTSImportant information concerning maintenanceservice and replacement parts is on page 14 of thisbooklet.

MAINTENANCE RECORDSReceipts covering the performance of regular main-tenance should be kept in the event questionsarise concerning maintenance. The receipts shouldbe transferred to subsequent owners.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONSYou may obtain further information concerningthese warranties by following the procedure out-lined in the “INFINITI OWNER SATISFACTION &ASSISTANCE” section of this booklet. In the case ofthe Performance Warranty, you may also contact orreport any violations to the Office of Transportationand Air Quality, Vehicle Compliance ProgramsGroup, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ArielRios Building (6405J), 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue,N.W., Washington, D.C. 20460

OTHER OBLIGATIONSNissan does not authorize any person to create forit any other warranty, obligation or liability in con-nection with this vehicle.

WARRANTY PARTS LIST• Fuel injection system

•• Engine control module/onboard diagnosticdevice

• Oxygen sensor(s)• Mass air flow sensor• Intake manifold • Throttle body

•• Catalytic converter(s)• Exhaust manifold • Exhaust tube from manifold to catalytic con-

verter• Camshaft position sensor(s)• Crankshaft position sensor(s)• Spark plugs, ignition coils and wires• Evaporative emission control system• Fuel filler neck restrictor and check valve• Fuel tank and filler cap• Positive crankcase ventilation system

• Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) control system • Hoses, clamps, fittings, tubing, sealing gaskets

or devices, and mounting hardware used inabove systems

• Vacuum and temperature sensitive valves andswitches used in above systems

• Electronic sensors and controls used in abovesystems

The Emission Performance or Defect Warranty maybe subject to future governmental administrativeaction. Nissan reserves the right to change theterms of the warranty to be consistent with theseactions. See your dealer for information regardingpossible changes.

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•• = Long Term Federal Emission Parts covered for 96 months/or 80,000 miles.

The following statement is required to be providedby regulations of the California Air ResourcesBoard.

YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS

The California Air Resources Board is pleased toexplain the emission control system warranty onyour 2006 vehicle. In California, new motor vehi-cles must be designed, built and equipped to meetthe State’s stringent anti-smog standards. Nissanmust warrant the emission control system on yourvehicle for the periods of time listed below provid-ed there has been no abuse, neglect or impropermaintenance of your vehicle.

Your emission control system may include partssuch as the fuel-injection system, the ignition sys-tem, catalytic converter and engine computer. Alsoincluded may be hoses, belts, connectors andother emission-related assemblies.

Where a warrantable condition exists, Nissan willrepair your vehicle at no cost to you including diag-nosis, parts and labor.

MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY COVERAGE

For 4 years or 60,000 miles (whichever occursfirst):

1) If your vehicle fails a Smog Check inspection, allnecessary repairs and adjustments will be made byNissan to ensure that your vehicle passes theinspection. This is your emission control systemPERFORMANCE WARRANTY.

2) If any emission-related part on your vehicle isdefective, the part will be repaired or replaced byNissan. This is your short-term emission controlsystem DEFECTS WARRANTY.

For 7 years or 70,000 miles (whichever occurs first):

If an emission-related part listed in this warrantybooklet specially noted with coverage for 7 years or70,000 miles is defective, the part will be repairedor replaced by Nissan. This is your long-term emis-sion control system DEFECTS WARRANTY.

OWNER’S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES

As the vehicle owner, you are responsible for theperformance of the required maintenance listed inyour Owner’s Manual. Nissan recommends thatyou retain all receipts covering maintenance onyour vehicle, but Nissan cannot deny warranty sole-ly for the lack of receipts or for your failure toensure the performance of all scheduled mainte-nance.

You are responsible for presenting your vehicle toan Infiniti dealer as soon as a problem exists. Thewarranty repairs should be completed in a reason-able amount of time, not to exceed 30 days.

As the vehicle owner, you should also be awarethat Nissan may deny you warranty coverage if yourvehicle or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect,improper maintenance or unapproved modifica-tions.

If you have any questions regarding your warrantyrights and responsibilities, you should contactInfiniti’s Consumer Affairs Department at 1-800-662-6200 or the California Air Resources Board at9528 Telstar Avenue, El Monte CA 91731.

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* These warranties apply to all California emission 2007 Infiniti vehicles sold for registration as new vehicles in California, Maine, Massachusetts or Vermont only.

2007 INFINITI CALIFORNIA VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTIES*

The following is Nissan’s new vehicle emission con-trol warranty statement for vehicles certified forsale in California and sold for registration as a newvehicle in California, Massachusetts or Vermontonly.

EMISSIONS DEFECTS WARRANTY

WHAT IS COVEREDNISSAN* warrants that your vehicle was designed,built and equipped to conform with all applicablerequirements of the California Air Resources Board.This warranty covers any part which affects appli-cable regulated emission(s).

*Nissan indicates Nissan North America, Inc., P.O.Box 685003 Franklin, Tennessee 37068-5003,which distributes Infiniti vehicles in the UnitedStates.

Exceptions to this warranty are listed below underthe caption “WHAT IS NOT COVERED.”

HOW LONG IS THE WARRANTY

This warranty is for 4 years or 60,000 miles,whichever occurs first. Additionally, the compo-nents listed under the caption “Long-TermEmission System Defects Warranty Parts List” arecovered for 7 years or 70,000 miles, whicheveroccurs first, except that the catalytic converter(s)and engine control module (ECM) are warranted for8 years or 80,000 miles, whichever occurs first.The warranty begins the date the vehicle is deliv-ered to the first retail buyer or put into use,whichever is earlier.

Some items require scheduled replacement before60,000 miles. These items are warranted only up tothe replacement interval. The replacement inter-vals are outlined in the maintenance instructions inyour Owner’s Manual.

LONG-TERM EMISSION SYSTEM DEFECTSWARRANTY PARTS LISTn Engine control module (all models).n Catalytic converter(s) (G35, M35, FX35 and

FX45).n Intake manifold (G35, M35, M45, Q45, FX35,

and FX45).n Intake manifold collector (M45, Q45 and FX45).n Exhaust manifold (G35 LH only, M35, and FX35

RH only).n Exhaust manifold with catalytic converter (M45,

Q45, FX45, and QX56).n Front exhaust tube (G35, M35, FX35, and FX45).n Front exhaust tube with catalytic converter

(M45 and Q45).n Throttle body (all modells).n Mass air flow sensor (G35 Coupe, Q45, FX35,

and FX45).n EGI wiring harness (G35, M35, M45, Q45, FX35,

and FX45).n Fuel tank (all models).n Flywheel (G35 sedan, and G35 coupe).n Torque converter drive plate (all models).n Knock sensor (Q45).

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EMISSIONS PERFORMANCE WARRANTY

WHEN DOES THIS WARRANTY APPLYThis warranty applies to your 2007 Infiniti vehicleonly if it fails to pass a California “smog check” testor equivalent.

WHAT IS COVERED AND FOR HOW LONG

Nissan warrants that if your vehicle fails to pass aCalifornia “smog check” test, it will make the nec-essary repairs so that your vehicle will pass. Thiswarranty is for 4 years or 60,000 miles, whicheveroccurs first. The warranty begins the date the vehi-cle is delivered to the first retail buyer or the date itis first put in to service, whichever is earlier.

Exceptions to this warranty are listed below underthe caption “WHAT IS NOT COVERED.”

WHAT IS NOT COVEREDThese warranties do not cover:1. Normal maintenance, service and parts replace-

ment as outlined in the emission control main-tenance instructions of your Owner’s Manual.

2. Failures directly as a result of:• Lack of performance of required emission

control maintenance as outlined in yourOwner’s Manual.

• Misuse, accident or modification.• Improper adjustment or installation of parts

during the performance of maintenance(non-warranty) services.

• Tampering with or disconnecting any partaffecting vehicle emissions.

• The use of fuel other than that specified inyour Owner’s Manual or fuel with contami-nants which the fuel filter is not designed toremove.

3. In the case of the Performance Warranty, theuse of any non-Nissan part not certified inaccordance with Federal requirements which isdefective or not equivalent from an emissionsstandpoint to the original equipment part.

4. In the case of the Defects Warranty, parts notsupplied by Nissan or damage to other partscaused directly by non-Nissan parts.

5. In the case of the Performance Warranty, costsof determining the cause of a vehicle failing aCalifornia “smog check” test if such failure isfound not to be covered.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND OTHERWARRANTY TERMS AND STATE LAW RIGHTS

EXTRA EXPENSES - LIMITATIONS OFDAMAGES

These emissions warranties do not cover inci-dental or consequential damages such as lossof the use of the vehicle, inconvenience orcommercial loss.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSESHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THESEWRITTEN WARRANTIES.Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation ofincidental or consequential damages or limitations onhow long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limita-tions or exclusions may not apply to you. These war-ranties give you specific legal rights, and you may alsohave other rights which vary from state to state.

Nissan does not authorize any person to create for it anyother warranty, obligation or liability in connection withthis vehicle.

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2007 INFINITI CALIFORNIA VEHICLE EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTIES

WHAT YOU MUST DOIn order to obtain warranty service you must deliver thevehicle to any authorized Infiniti dealer in the UnitedStates at your expense. You are responsible for therequired maintenance on your vehicle as outlined inthe maintenance instructions in your Owner’s Manual.Nissan recommends that you retain all receipts cover-ing maintenance on your vehicle, but Nissan cannotdeny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for yourfailure to ensure the performance of all scheduledmaintenance.

WHAT NISSAN WILL DOWarranty repairs will be made at no charge for partsand/or labor, including diagnosis and tax. Anyneeded parts replacement will be made using newor remanufactured parts.

OTHER WARRANTY TERMSPERFORMANCE WARRANTY CLAIMS PROCEDUREYou may make a claim under the PerformanceWarranty immediately after the failure of a “smogcheck” test. You must provide proof of this failurewhen making your claim in order to avoid addition-al “smog check” test charges.

You will be told whether Nissan will honor yourclaim within 30 days of the date you make theclaim, unless a shorter time period is required bylaw. If your claim is denied, Nissan will notify you

in writing of the reason. If we do not notify youwithin this time period, we will repair your vehicleunder this warranty at no cost to you. The time peri-od for notification will not apply if you request adelay or a delay is caused by events not under thecontrol of Infiniti dealers.

No claim will be denied under the PerformanceWarranty because you use a certified part for main-tenance or repair.

MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND REPLACEMENT PARTSImportant information concerning maintenance serv-ice and replacement parts is on page 14 of this book-let. No warranty claim will be denied solely because anon-Nissan part was used for maintenance or repair.

CALIFORNIA VEHICLE INSPECTION PROGRAMUnder this program, if your vehicle fails a “smogcheck” test, you may choose to have diagnosis ofthe failure and repairs made at an Infiniti dealer orat another service facility. If the inspection failureis the result of a condition covered by these war-ranties, you must take your vehicle to an Infinitidealer for warranty repairs. This includes parts,labor and diagnosis. You must pay for diagnosticcosts if performed at another service facility exceptin the case of emergency repairs as outlined below.

You must pay for all diagnostic and repair costs ofan inspection failure as required by law if the fail-ure was caused by conditions not covered by thesewarranties. If the failure is the result of a combina-tion of conditions, you must pay for only the diag-nostic and repair costs related to items not coveredby these warranties.

After the 4 years/60,000 mile performance warran-ty has passed, a “smog check” test failure due to adefect in a part which is warranted for 7years/70,000 miles is covered.

EMERGENCY REPAIRSIn case of an emergency, when an authorizedInfiniti dealer is not reasonably available, warrantyrepairs may be performed at any service facility orby the owner using any replacement parts. Infinitiwill reimburse you for such repairs, including diag-nosis, up to the amount of Infiniti’s suggestedretail price for parts and labor charges based onInfiniti’s recommended time allowance for the war-ranty repair and the geographically appropriatehourly labor rate. A part not being available or arepair not being complete within 30 days also con-stitutes an emergency. You must take the replacedpart and paid receipts to an authorized Infinitidealer for repayment in such emergency situations.

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MAINTENANCE RECORDSReceipts covering the performance of regular main-tenance are not required but should be kept in theevent questions arise concerning maintenance.The receipts should be transferred to subsequentowners.

IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONSYou may obtain further information concerningthese warranties by following the procedure out-lined in the “INFINITI OWNER SATISFACTION &ASSISTANCE” section of this booklet. You may alsocontact or report any violations to the Office ofTransportation and Air Quality, Vehicle CompliancePrograms Group, U.S. Environmental ProtectionAgency, Ariel Rios Building (6405J), 1200Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.20460 or the Chief, Mobile Source Division, AirResources Board, 9528 Telstar Ave., El Monte, CA.91731.

OTHER OBLIGATIONS

Nissan does not authorize any person to create forit any other warranty, obligation or liability in con-nection with this vehicle.

The Emission Warranty for 2007 vehicles certifiedfor sale in California may be subject to futureadministrative or judicial action. As a result, thiswarranty may be changed. Nissan will make thosechanges required by future law, regulation, or judi-cial or administrative action. In addition, Nissanreserves the right to change the terms of the war-ranty to be consistent with these actions.

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RECOMMENDATION FOR MAINTENANCESERVICE AND REPLACEMENT PARTSTo assure best results and to maintain the originalquality built into the emission control systems, it isrecommended that parts and accessories suppliedby Nissan for use on Infiniti vehicles be used whenservicing or repairing the systems.

THE WARRANTY OBLIGATIONS ARE NOT DEPENDENTUPON THE USE OF ANY PARTICULAR BRAND OFREPLACEMENT PARTS AND THE OWNER MAY ELECTTO USE NON-GENUINE NISSAN PARTS FOR REPLACE-MENT PURPOSES.

The use of replacement parts which are not equiva-lent to genuine Nissan parts may reduce the effec-tiveness of the emission control system.

Therefore, if it becomes necessary to use otherthan genuine Nissan parts, the owner shouldassure himself that such parts are warranted bytheir manufacturer to be equivalent in quality togenuine Nissan parts.

MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF THEEMISSION CONTROL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS MAYBE PERFORMED BY ANY AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRESTABLISHMENT OR INDIVIDUAL USING ANY EQUIV-ALENT REPLACEMENT PART.

HOWEVER, UNLESS OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED BYLAW, WARRANTY SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BYAN AUTHORIZED INFINITI DEALER.

The emission standards may be satisfied by havingthe vehicle inspected periodically and by followingthe requirements outlined in the Emission ControlSystem Maintenance Schedules in your Owner’sManual.

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RECOMMENDATION FOR MAINTENANCE SERVICE AND REPLACEMENT PARTS

WHO IS THE WARRANTORNISSAN* warrants all parts of your 2007 Infinitivehicle seat belt system supplied by Nissan.*NISSAN indicates Nissan North America, Inc., P.O. Box685003, Franklin, Tennessee 37068-5003 which distributesInfiniti vehicles in the United States.

WHAT IS COVERED AND FOR HOW LONGThis warranty covers any seat belt or related com-ponent, supplied by Nissan for use on Infiniti vehi-cles, that fails to function properly during normaluse within ten (10) years of the date the vehicle isdelivered to the first retail buyer or put into service,whichever is earlier. Warranty repairs are free ofcharge for parts and labor.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED• Damage or failure due to misuse, alteration,

accident or collision damage. (Proper use isoutlined in your Owner’s Manual.)

• Color fading, spotting or other cosmetic itemswhen the belt is otherwise functioning properly.

• Airbags and related electronic control systemswhich are covered by the Powertrain Warranty.

OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICEYou must take the vehicle to an authorized Infinitidealer in the United States or Canada during regu-lar business hours at your expense in order toobtain warranty service. The names and addressesof authorized Infiniti dealers are listed in telephonedirectories.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND OTHERWARRANTY TERMS AND STATE LAW RIGHTS

EXTRA EXPENSES - LIMITATIONS OFDAMAGES

THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER INCIDEN-TAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SUCH ASLOSS OF THE USE OF THE VEHICLE, INCON-VENIENCE OR COMMERCIAL LOSS.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSESHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THISWRITTEN WARRANTY.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limi-tation of incidental or consequential damagesor limitations on how long an implied warrantylasts, so the above limitations or exclusionsmay not apply to you. This warranty gives youspecific legal rights, and you may also haveother rights which vary from state to state.

Nissan does not authorize any person to createfor it any other warranty, obligation or liabilityin connection with this vehicle.

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SEAT BELT LIMITED WARRANTY

WHAT IS COVEREDNissan* warrants to correct defects in materials orworkmanship in all genuine Nissan replacementparts, Genuine NISMO S-tune parts, and GenuineNissan accessories, distributed by Nissan NorthAmerica in the United States, installed and used onNissan or Infiniti (if an appropriate use and appli-cation of the part, accessory, or Genuine NISMO S-tune part) vehicles only, except as described underthe caption below, “WHAT IS NOT COVERED.”

This warranty covers any repairs needed to correctdefects in materials or workmanship. Bedliners willbe repaired to commercially accepted standardssubject to the conditions and limitations listed in“WHAT IS NOT COVERED.”

* Nissan indicates Nissan North American, Inc.,P.O. Box 685003, Franklin, Tennessee 37068-5003which distributes and provides consumer servicesfor Nissan and Infiniti vehicles in the United States.

HOW LONG IS THE WARRANTYExcept for replacement audio components, thiswarranty is for 12 months or 12,000 miles from thedate of installation or purchase, whichever isearlier. However, the warranty on Genuine Nissan

replacement parts, Genuine NISMO S-tune parts,and Genuine Nissan accessories installed in aNissan or Infiniti vehicle while the vehicle is cov-ered by a Nissan warranty, which would have cov-ered the part had it been installed in the vehicle atmanufacture will not end before the end of thatwarranty.

REPLACEMENT AUDIO COMPONENTSA replacement Radio, Tape Deck, Amplifier orCompact Disc Player/Auto Changer supplied byNissan is covered for 12 months/unlimited mileagefrom the time of installation or the balance of theBasic Vehicle Warranty as it applies to audio com-ponents, whichever is greater.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND OTHERWARRANTY TERMS AND STATE LAW RIGHTS

EXTRA EXPENSES - LIMITATIONS OF DAM-AGES.

This warranty does not cover incidental or con-sequential damages such as loss of the use ofthe vehicle, inconvenience or commercial loss.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSESHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THISWRITTEN WARRANTY.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or lim-itation of incidental or consequential damagesor limitations on how long an implied warrantylasts, so the above limitations or exclusionsmay not apply to you. This warranty gives youspecific legal rights, and you may also haveother rights, which vary from state to state.

Nissan does not authorize any person to createfor it any other warranty, obligation or liabilityin connection with this vehicle.

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WHAT IS NOT COVEREDThis warranty does not cover:1. Tires or batteries. These items are covered by

separate warranties.2. Nissan Motorsports and NISMO R-tune parts,

including NISMO Legacy parts are sold “AS IS”without warranties, express or implied unlessexpressly prohibited from doing so by applica-ble law, in which case the warranty provided isthe minimum required by law.

3. Normal maintenance service and parts replace-ment as outlined in the maintenance scheduleof your OWNER'S MANUAL.

4. Damage or failures of parts resulting from:• Misuse (your OWNER'S MANUAL is your

guide to proper use).• Accident, theft, fire driving through water

resulting in engine water ingestion.• Chemical fallout, tree sap, salt, sand, hail,

flood or other environmental conditions.• Modification or improper repair of the part

or of the vehicle in which the part isinstalled.

• Use of parts not equivalent in quality ordesign to parts supplied by Nissan.

• Lack of performance of required mainte-nance services as outlined in your OWNER'SMANUAL.

• Use of improper or dirty fuel, fluids or lubri-cants.

• Normal wear and tear, including dings,dents, chips, or scratches.

5. Salvage Title. This warranty does not coverdamage, failures or corrosion to any Nissanreplacement part, Genuine NISMO S-Tune Part,or Genuine Nissan Accessory, installed in thevehicle, if the vehicle is issued a "salvage" orsimilar title. (This exclusion does not extend tonew Genuine Nissan replacement parts, NISMOS-tune parts or Genuine Nissan accessories,installed in a Nissan or Infiniti vehicle after theissuance of a "salvage" or similar title.)

WHAT YOU MUST DOIn order to obtain warranty service you must deliv-er the warranted part or accessory, or the vehicles,on which the part or accessory is installed, to anauthorized Nissan or Infiniti dealer in the UnitedStates or Canada at your expense with proof of pur-chase (parts invoice or service repair order from anauthorized Nissan or Infiniti dealer). The names

and addresses of authorized Nissan and Infinitidealers are listed in telephone directories.

You must also pay for labor charges to remove andreplace the part or accessory if it was not originallyinstalled on your vehicle by an authorized Nissanor Infiniti dealer.

WHAT NISSAN WILL DOIf the part or accessory to be repaired was original-ly installed by an authorized Nissan or Infiniti deal-er, it will be removed and reinstalled after repair atno charge for parts and labor. If the part or acces-sory was not installed by an authorized Nissan orInfiniti dealer, the part or accessory will be repairedor exchanged only. Any needed parts replacementor exchange will be made using new or remanufac-tured parts at Nissan's option.

LIMITED WARRANTY ON GENUINE NISSAN REPLACEMENT PARTS, GENUINE NISMO S-TUNE PARTS, AND GENUINE NISSAN ACCESSORIES

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NISSAN2 warrants to the Original Repairing VehicleOwner and subsequent owners of the vehicle thatInfiniti will either repair or replace the GenuineInfiniti Outer Sheet Metal Replacement Panels youinstall or have installed on your Infiniti vehicleshould the purchased panels develop inside outrust-through corrosion perforation. Replacementsheet metal panels must be installed on vehiclesowned and operated in the United States andCanada.

Nissan warrants that the replacement and refinish-ing of panels will be carried out at no cost subjectto the limitations and exclusions listed below.

Nissan will pay for the cost of the repair, includingparts, labor, paint, and supplies necessary torepair or replace the panels.

EXCLUSIONSThis warranty becomes void when damage resultsfrom:1. Accident, collision, faulty installation, or any

alteration to the panel, panels, or vehicle thatcould be reasonably expected to affect the per-formance of the covered panel.

2. Environmental conditions, such as hail, light-ning, or acid rain.

3. Vehicle neglect, abuse, or use of the vehicle forunintended purposes.

4. Stone chips, scratches, or other paint damagethat lead to surface rust damage.

5. Cleaning and polishing chemicals, and sol-vents, including improper undercoating, orother rust prevention materials.

TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICEThe repair may be completed at an authorizedInfiniti dealer collision repair shop or an independ-ent collision repair shop that will install GenuineInfiniti replacement parts. Whether an Infiniti deal-er collision repair shop or independent collisionrepair shop completes the repair, only authorizedInfiniti personnel can approve a repair or replace-ment under the warranty.The purchaser must present the warranty form,original receipts and/or work orders to an Infinitidealer in order to invoke this warranty. The dealerwill then authorize the replacement of the panels atan Infiniti dealer's collision repair shop, or an inde-pendent collision repair shop.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND OTHERWARRANTY TERMS AND STATE LAW RIGHTS

EXTRA EXPENSES - LIMITATIONS OF DAM-AGES

This warranty does not cover incidental or con-sequential damages such as loss of the use ofthe vehicle, inconvenience or commercial loss.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSESHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THISWRITTEN WARRANTY.Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation ofincidental or consequential damages or limitations onhow long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limita-tions or exclusions may not apply to you. This warrantygives you specific legal rights, and you may also haveother rights which vary from state to state.

Nissan does not authorize any person to create for it anyother warranty, obligation or liability in connection withthis vehicle.

SUMMARY OF THE NISSAN LIFETIME REPLACEMENT PANEL CORROSION LIMITED WARRANTY1

1 The actual warranty is provided with the product purchased and should be read carefully.2 For purposes of this warranty, “Nissan” indicates Nissan North America, Inc., P.O. Box 685003, Franklin, Tennessee 37068-5003 which

distributes Infiniti vehicles in the United States.

WHAT IS COVERED?Nissan* warrants your Genuine InfinitiReplacement Battery as described below except asstated under “What is not covered?”

This warranty covers defects in materials and work-manship.

HOW LONG IS THE WARRANTY AND WHATNISSAN WILL DONISSAN will replace your battery without charge if itbecomes unserviceable within the first 24 monthsof service.

If the battery becomes unserviceable after 24months of use, NISSAN will provide a replacementbattery at a reduced price, charging only for theportion of the life of the battery actually used. Thisis called a “pro-rata adjustment”. NISSAN will payfor all labor charges in replacing the battery if it wasoriginally installed by an authorized INFINITI orNISSAN dealer.

This warranty and the “pro-rata adjustment” end84 months after the date of the battery’s purchaseor installation, whichever is earlier.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED?This warranty does not cover:1. Damage or failure resulting from:

• Accident, theft, fire, or freezing.• Misuse of the battery or vehicle in which it

is installed, including the use in applica-tions for which the battery was notdesigned. Proper use is described in thevehicle’s Owner’s Manual.

• Improper installation or battery charging.• Vehicle electrical malfunctions not covered

by your New Vehicle Limited Warranty.• Modification or improper repair of the vehi-

cle or a part of the vehicle• Use of parts not equivalent in quality or

design to parts supplied by INFINITI orNISSAN.

• Environmental conditions, including, butnot limited to flood, and salt spray or saltwater.

2. Normal maintenance service and recharging ofdischarged batteries.

3. Batteries in service more than 84 months.4. Salvage Title. This warranty does not cover dam-

age, failure, or corrosion to any Genuine INFINI-TI battery installed in the vehicle, if the vehicleis issued a “salvage” or similar title unless state

law expressly states otherwise. (This exclusiondoes not extend to a new Genuine INFINITI bat-tery installed in the vehicle after the issuance ofa “salvage” or similar title).

WHAT YOU MUST DOIn order to obtain warranty service, you must deliv-er the warranted battery or the vehicle in which thebattery is installed to an authorized Infiniti dealerin the U.S. or Canada at your expense, with proof ofpurchase (parts invoice or service repair order froman authorized Infiniti dealer). The names andaddresses of authorized Infiniti dealers are listed intelephone directories or Infiniti.com.

If the “pro-rata adjustment” applies, you must payfor the portion of the 84 month warrantable lifethat you actually used. The amount you pay is com-puted in two steps. First, the customer pay per-centage is determined from the chart shown belowbased upon the months of actual battery service.

Months Customer PayIn Service Percentage

0-24 0%25-32 25%33-50 50%51-84 75%

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Second, the current suggested retail price of thenew battery is multiplied by the customer pay per-centage. For example, should the battery fail after40 months of service you would pay 50% of thesuggested retail price of the new battery.

You must also pay for the labor charge to removeand replace the battery if it was not originallyinstalled in your vehicle by an authorized INFINITIor NISSAN dealer.

LIMITATION OF WARRANTIES AND OTHERWARRANTY TERMS AND STATE LAW RIGHTS

EXTRA EXPENSES - LIMITATIONS OF DAM-AGES. This warranty does not cover inciden-tal or consequential damages such as, butnot limited to, loss of wages or loss of useof the vehicle, inconvenience, or commer-cial loss.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSESHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THISWRITTEN WARRANTY.Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation ofincidental or consequential damages or limitations, sothe above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you mayalso have other rights, which vary from state to state.

Nissan does not authorize any person to create for it anyother warranty, obligation or liability in connection withthis vehicle.

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REPLACEMENT BATTERY LIMITED WARRANTY

* “Nissan” indicates Nissan North America, Inc., P.O. Box 685003, Franklin, Tennessee 37068-5003 which distributes Infiniti vehicles andprovides related consumer services in the United States of America.

ELIGIBILITYYou are covered under the terms of this warranty ifyou are the first retail purchase or authorized agentof the first retail purchaser of any new Bridgestonetire bearing the Bridgestone name and Departmentof Transportation (DOT) assigned identificationnumber, produced after July 3, 1994 (274), and ifyour tire has been used only on the vehicle onwhich it was originally installed in non-commercialservice and is of a size equivalent to or greater thanthat specified by the vehicle’s manufacturer.

WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS & FOR HOWLONGIf, (i) before wearing down to 2/32nds of an inch oftread depth remaining (i.e., worn down to the topof the built-in indicators in the tread grooves), (ii)before 6 years from the date of purchase (proof ofpurchase required), or (iii) before 6 years from thedate of manufacture (whichever occurs first), anyBridgestone tire covered by this warranty becomesunusable for any reason within the manufacturer’scontrol, such tire will be replaced with an equiva-lent Bridgestone tire on the basis set forth below.

WHAT THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER1. Tire damage or irregular wear due to:

A. Road Hazards.Including, without limitation, puncture, cut,impact break, bruise, bulge, snag, etc.

B. Continued use while run flat or under acuteunder-inflation.

C. Improper Use or Operation.Including, without limitation, improperinflation pressure, overloading, use of animproper rim, vehicle misalignment,tire/wheel assembly imbalance or othervehicle conditions, worn suspension com-ponents, improper mounting or demount-ing, misuse, misapplication, negligence,tire spinning, tire chain damage, chemicalcontamination, fire or other externally gen-erated heat, water or other material trappedinside the tire during mounting, tire alter-ation, racing or competition purposes,improper insertion of sealant, balance orfiller materials.

D. Improper Repair.2. Ride disturbance claims submitted after 1/32nd

inch of treadwear or for 4 or more tires from thesame vehicle.

3. The cost of applicable federal, state, and localtaxes.

4. Tires purchased and normally used outside thecontinental United States.

5. Claims for weather/ozone cracking after 4 yearsfrom the date of purchase (proof of purchaserequired) or if not known, 4 years from the dateof manufacture.

6. Failure to observe any of the safety and mainte-nance precautions contained in the “ImportantTire Safety Information” section of this booklet.

This warranty is in addition to and/or may be limit-ed by any other applicable written warranty con-cerning special tires or situations you may havereceived.

“LIMITED WARRANTY” Bridgestone BrandPassenger & Light Truck TiresREPLACEMENT PRICERadial passenger and light truck tires adjustedunder this warranty will be replaced free of chargeduring the first 25% of treadwear or within the first12 months after purchase (Proof of Purchase andPurchase Date are required), whichever occursfirst.

During the free replacement period, mounting andbalancing are included free of charge.

After the free replacement period, to determine thereplacement price, the percent of used treadwear ismultiplied by the owner-user’s regular buying price.Taxes, mounting, balancing, and other servicecharges will be added to the adjustment replace-ment price.

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BRIDGESTONE PASSENGER TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY*

* This Limited Warranty applies to all Bridgestone passenger tires except “run-flat-technology” tires (see page 24).

IN CANADA, the tire will be adjusted at dealerships(subject always to dealer discretion) at a predeter-mined “Adjustment Price.”

Replacement Warranty. If you receive a tire underthis warranty, it will be covered by the warrantythen given on that tire.

Where to go. See your Bridgestone retailer listed inYellow Pages under Tire Dealers-Retail.

CONSUMER RIGHTSThis warranty gives you specific legal rights, and youmay also have other rights which vary from state tostate and in Canada from province to province.

CONDITIONS & EXCLUSIONSTO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, BRIDGE-STONE/FIRESTONE, INC. DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FORANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF TIME, ORLOSS OF VEHICLE USE, OR INCONVENIENCE.

Some states do no allow the exclusion or limitationof incidental or consequential damages, so theabove limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

This warranty applies only to consumers actuallyusing the tire in the United States and Canada. Forwarranty conditions outside the United States andCanada, see your local Bridgestone distributor.

Obligations under this policy may not be enlargedor altered by anyone.

Important: In accordance with Federal Law, thiswarranty has been designated as a “LimitedWarranty.” Nothing in this warranty is intended tobe a representation that tire failures cannot occur.This warranty is given by Bridgestone/Firestone,Inc., One Bridgestone Park, Nashville, TN 37214 andin Canada by Bridgestone/Firestone, Canada, Inc.,5770 Hurontario St., Suite 400, Mississauga,Ontario, Canada L5R 3G5.

OWNER-USER’S OBLIGATIONIt is the owner-user’s obligation to operate tires with-in tire load and specification limits and at cold airpressures specified by your vehicle manufacturer forload and speed according to individual tire size, type,and load capacity. It is also the owner-user’s obliga-tion to maintain proper alignment of wheels, and tomaintain proper tire/wheel assembly balance.

In case of adjustment claim, owner-user must pres-ent the tire to a Bridgestone or Firestone retailer,complete and sign the customer section of theBridgestone/Firestone, Inc. warranty claim form,and pay appropriate replacement price, taxes andservice charges.

We strongly recommend that you have your

Bridgestone or Firestone retailer inspect tires anytime you notice irregular or uneven treadwear orevery 5,000 miles or at vehicle manufacturer’s rec-ommended mileage, if sooner.

THE WARRANTORThe warrantor of Bridgestone* tires is:Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc., ATTN: TechnicalServices, One Bridgestone Park, Nashville, TN37214.

For Customer Assistance:1-800-847-3272 (Nationwide)

Note: For your convenience, your nearest author-ized Infiniti dealership will also assist youwith your Tire Service Requirements.

SAFETY INFORMATIONAny tire, no matter how well constructed, mayfail in use as a result of punctures, impact dam-age, improper inflation, overloading or otherconditions resulting from use or misuse. Tirefailure may create a risk of serious personalinjury or property damage. To reduce risk oftire failure, we strongly recommend you readand follow all safety information contained inthe “Important Tire Safety” Information sectioncontained in this booklet, the tire placard in thevehicle or the “Owner’s Manual.”

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BRIDGESTONE PASSENGER TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY*

* This Limited Warranty applies to all Bridgestone passenger tires except “run-flat-technology” tires (see page 24).

ELIGIBILITYYou are covered under the terms of this warranty ifyou are the owner of any new Bridgestone TuranzaEL42 RFT (Run-Flat Technology) tire bearing theBridgestone name and the Department ofTransportation (DOT) assigned identification num-ber, and if your tire has been used only on the vehi-cle on which it was originally installed according tothe vehicle manufacturer’s or Bridgestone/Firestone recommendations.

FREE REPLACEMENT If any new Bridgestone Turanza EL42 RFT tire used innormal service conditions and in accordance withthe manufacturer’s warnings and instructions, cov-ered by this warranty becomes unusable for any rea-son within the manufacturer’s control, or as a resultof a road hazard during the first 25% of useable treadwear or within the first 12 months from date of pur-chase (proof of purchase and purchase daterequired), whichever comes first, such tire will bereplaced free of charge, (excluding taxes and dis-posal fee) with a new Bridgestone Turanza EL42 RFTby an authorized Bridgestone/Firestone Run-FlatCertified Retailer. Mounting and balancing included.

PRORATED ADJUSTMENT PERIODIf after the first 25% of useable tread wear or after

12 months from the purchase date and before wear-ing down to 2/32nds of an inch of tread depthremaining (i.e., worn down to the top of the built-inindicators in the tread grooves) or before 5 yearsfrom date of purchase (proof of purchase required),or if this is not known, then 6 years from the date ofmanufacture, whichever occurs first, anyBridgestone Turanza EL42 RFT covered by this war-ranty becomes unusable for any reason within themanufacturer’s control, or as a result of a road haz-ard tire and if the tire was in normal service andused in accordance with the manufacturer’s warn-ings and instructions, the tire will be replaced at aprice determined by multiplying the percentage ofused tread wear times the Bridgestone retailer’sthen current regular selling price for the replace-ment tire(s). Taxes, mounting, balancing, andother service charges and tire disposal fee will beadded to this price.

WHAT THE WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER1. Irregular wear or tire damage due to:

A. Failure of the low tire pressure monitoringsystem.

B. Improper use or operation. Including, with-out limitation, failure to maintain inflationpressure in the ordinary course, overload-ing, use of an improper rim, vehicle mis-

alignment, wheel imbalance, improperbrake adjustment, worn suspension compo-nents, improper mounting or demounting,misuse, misapplication, negligence, tirespinning, tire chain damage, chemical con-tamination, fire or other externally generat-ed heat, water or other material entrappedinside the tire during mounting, tire alter-ation, racing or competition purposes, tiresealants or balancing materials, failure tofollow the manufacturer’s instructions andwarnings on the use and care of the tire.

2. Tire repair and any damage, irregular wear, orother problems after a tire is repaired;

3. Ride disturbance claims submitted after 1/32nd

inch of tread wear and/or for four or more tiresfrom the same vehicle;

4. Claims for irregular wear;5. The cost of applicable federal, state, and local

taxes and tire disposal fees;6. Tires purchased and normally used outside the

United States; Tires used in commercial serv-ice;

7. Claims for weather/ozone cracking after 4 yearsfrom date of manufacture; and

8. Failure to observe the maintenance and tirecare instructions described elsewhere herein.

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* See page 22 for Limited Warranty applicable to other Bridgestone tires.

“LIMITED WARRANTY” Provisions for BridgstoneTuranza EL42 RFT (Run-Flat Technology) TiresReplacement Warranty. If you receive a tire underthis warranty, the replacement tire will be covered bythe warranty then in effect on that replacement tire.Where to Go. Due to the special requirements ofthe Bridgestone Turanza EL42 RFT tire, you mustreturn to a Bridgestone/Firestone Run-Flat CertifiedRetailer. Call toll-free 1-877-BFS-4RFT (1-877-237-4738) for the name of the nearestBridgestone/Firestone Run-Flat Certified Retailer.Replacement Price in Canada. In Canada, the tirewill be adjusted at dealerships (subject always todealer discretion) at a predetermined “AdjustmentPrice”.

CONSUMER RIGHTSThis warranty gives you specific legal rights, and youmay also have other rights, which vary from state tostate and in Canada from province to province.

CONDITIONS AND EXCLUSIONSTO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, BRIDGE-STONE/FIRESTONE, INC. DISCLAIMS LIABILITY FORANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOSS OF TIME,LOSS OF VEHICLE USE, AND INCONVENIENCE.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limita-tion of incidental or consequential damages, so theabove limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

These warranties apply only to consumers actuallyusing the tire in the United States. For warrantyconditions outside the United States see your localBridgestone distributor.

Obligations under the policy may not be enlargedor altered by anyone.

OWNER-USER’S OBLIGATIONWhen making a claim, you must present proof ofownership, pay applicable service charges andtaxes, complete and sign the customer section ofthe Bridgestone/Firestone Limited Warranty Claimform, and return the tire.

It is the owner-user’s obligation to operate tireswithin load and specification limits and at cool airpressure specified by Infiniti for load and speedaccording to individual tire size, type and loadcapacity except during run-flat operations. It is theowner-user’s obligation to maintain proper align-ment of wheels, and to maintain proper tire/wheelassembly balance.

Proper tire care is necessary to obtain safe perform-ance and maximum mileage and wear from a tire.

THE WARRANTORThe warrantor of Bridgestone* RFT tires is:Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc., ATTN: TechnicalServices, One Bridgestone Park, Nashville, TN37214

For Customer Assistance:1-800-847-3272

Note: For your convenience, your nearest author-ized Infiniti dealership will also assist youwith your Tire Service Requirements.

SAFETY INFORMATION

Any tire, no matter how well constructed, mayfail in use as a result of puncture, impact dam-age, improper inflation, overloading or otherconditions resulting from use or misuse. Tirefailure may create a risk of serious personalinjury or property damage. To reduce risk oftire failure, we strongly recommend you readand follow all safety information contained inthe “Important Tire Safety Information” sectionof this booklet, the tire placard in the vehicle,or the “Owner’s Manual”.

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* See page 22 for Limited Warranty applicable to other Bridgestone tires.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?You are eligible for the benefits of this LimitedWarranty if:• You are the owner or authorized agent of the

owner of new Dunlop highway auto, light truckor temporary spare tires supplied as originalequipment on your vehicle, and

• Your tires bear Department of Transportationprescribed tire identification numbers and yourtires have been used only on the vehicle onwhich they were originally installed accordingto the vehicle manufacturer or Dunlop recom-mendations, and

• Your vehicle was purchased on or after March 1,2003.

WHAT IS COVERED AND FOR HOW LONG?

FREE TIRE REPLACEMENTAny Dunlop tire eligible under the provisions of thislimited warranty and removed from service due to acovered warranty condition during the first 2/32"treadwear or 12 months from date of purchase,whichever occurs first, will be replaced with a com-parable new Dunlop tire at no charge. Mountingand balancing are included. (Without proof of pur-chase, date of manufacture will be used to deter-mine age.)

TEMPORARY SPARE TIRESAny Dunlop temporary spare tire eligible under theprovisions of this limited warranty and removedfrom service due to a covered warranty conditionduring the first 50 percent of usable treadwear willbe replaced with a comparable new Dunlop tempo-rary spare tire at no charge, including mounting.

PRORATED ADJUSTMENTA tire not eligible for no-charge replacement that isremoved from service due to a covered warrantycondition will be replaced with a comparable newDunlop tire on a prorated basis.

HOW WILL PRORATED CHARGES BECALCULATED?Replacement price will be calculated by multiplyingthe tire’s advertised retail selling price at the timeof adjustment by the percentage of usable originaltread that has been worn off. You pay for mounting,balancing and applicable taxes.Example: If your disabled tire had an original 8/32"of usable treadwear and is worn to 4/32" usabletread remaining, you have used 50 percent and,therefore, must pay 50 percent of the current adver-tised selling price of the replacement tire. If theprice of the new replacement tire is $80, the cost toyou would be $40 plus any additional charges such

as mounting, balancing and applicable taxes.

WHAT IS A COMPARABLE TIRE?A comparable new Dunlop tire may either be thesame line of tire or, in the event that the tire is notavailable, a tire of the same basic construction andquality with a different side-wall or tread configura-tion. If a higher priced tire is accepted as replace-ment, the difference in price will be at an addition-al charge to you.

ADDITIONAL PROVISIONSA tire has delivered its full original treadlife and thecoverage of this warranty ends when the treadwearindicators become visible (worn to 2/32"), or six (6)years from the date of original tire manufacture ornew tire purchase date. (Without proof of purchase,date of manufacture will be used to determineage.)

Any replacement tire provided pursuant to this war-ranty will be covered by the Dunlop warranty ineffect at the time of replacement.

LIMITATIONS

This limited warranty is applicable only in theUnited States and Canada.

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WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY?This limited warranty does not cover the following:• Tires submitted for ride disturbance complaints

that are worn beyond the first two thirty-sec-onds of an inch (2/32") tread depth.

• Dunlop does not warrant or give credit in anyadjustment transaction for any kind of materialadded to a tire (e.g., tire fillers, sealants, bal-ancing substances) after the tire leaves a facto-ry producing Dunlop tires, nor will it adjust anytire that has failed as a result of adding suchmaterial.

• Irregular wear or damage due to mechanicalcondition of the vehicle, improper inflation,overloading, high speed spin-up, misapplica-tion, misuse, negligence, racing, use of tirechains, improper mounting or demounting,improper repair, wreck, collision or fire.

• Road hazards (includes, but not limited to,punctures, cuts, snags, impact breaks, etc.).

• Any tire that after leaving a factory producingDunlop tires has been intentionally altered tochange its appearance (e.g., white inlay on ablack tire, regrooving or siping).

• Tires with weather-cracking that were pur-chased more than four (4) years prior to pres-entation for adjustment or, if purchase date

cannot be verified, manufactured more thanfour (4) years prior to presentation for adjust-ment.

• Loss of time, inconvenience, loss of vehicleuse, incidental or consequential damages.

WHAT ARE YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS?Some states and provinces do not allow the exclu-sion or limitation of incidental or consequentialdamages, so the above limitations or exclusionsmay not apply to you. No representative or dealerhas authority to make any representation, promise,or agreement on behalf of Goodyear Dunlop TiresNorth America, Ltd. (GDTNA), except as stated here-in.

Any tire, no matter how well constructed, may fail inservice or otherwise become unserviceable due toconditions beyond the control of the manufacturer.Under no circumstances is this warranty a repre-sentation that a tire failure cannot occur.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, andyou may also have other rights that vary from stateto state and in Canada province to province.

HOW DO YOU OBTAIN AN ADJUSTMENT?A. You must present the tire to be adjusted to an

authorized Dunlop service facility. Tires

replaced on an adjustment basis become theproperty of Goodyear Dunlop Tires NorthAmerica, Ltd. or Goodyear Canada Inc.

B. You must pay for taxes and any additional serv-ices you order at the time of adjustment.

C. You must submit your claim on a GDTNA claimform supplied by an authorized Dunlop servicefacility. The form must be filled out completelyand signed by you, the owner of the tire pre-sented for adjustment, or your authorizedagent.

TIRE CARE AND MAINTENANCE GUIDEThe easiest way to help ensure satisfactory mileageand performance from your Dunlop tires is to givethem a simple but frequent inspection for properinflation, even treadwear, and the presence of anydamage.

DO MAINTAIN PROPER INFLATION PRESSUREIN YOUR TIRESProper inflation pressure is necessary for optimumtire per-formance, safety and fuel economy. Tomaintain proper inflation pressure, frequentlycheck tires (when they are cool) with an accuratetire pressure gauge.*

For example, it is difficult to tell just by looking atradial tires whether they are underinflated.

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Furthermore, when operating a vehicle equippedwith radial tires, it is difficult to notice when a tirehas gone flat or nearly flat since the “feel” of thevehicle does not change significantly.

*Evidence of air loss or repeated underinflationalways requires expert inspection to determinethe source of leakage and tire removal to deter-mine repairability. To avoid injury, NEVER attemptto reinflate a tire that has been run severely under-inflated.

Progressive air loss may result from punctures, cuts,curbing, impacts or partial bead unseating. Somefitment causes for air loss are (1) incomplete beadseating, (2) bead tearing caused by a machine tooldue to insufficient lubrication or improper adjust-ment, (3) leaking valve core or rubber valve compo-nents. These should be replaced when problemsare detected and whenever tires are replaced.

Always maintain inflation pressure at the level rec-ommended by the vehicle manufacturer as shownon the vehicle placard or in the owner’s manual:

Underinflation is the leading cause of tire failureand may result in severe cracking, component sep-aration or “blowout.” It reduces tire load capacity,allows excessive sidewall flexing and increases

rolling resistance, resulting in heat and mechanicaldamage. Maintaining proper inflation pressure isthe single most important thing you can do toensure tire durability and maximum treadlife.

Overinflation increases stiffness, which may deteri-orate ride and generate unwanted vibration.Overinflation also increases the chances of impactdamage.

DON’T OVERLOAD YOUR VEHICLECheck your vehicle owner’s manual to determinethe load limits. Overloading your vehicle placesstress on your tires and other critical vehicle com-ponents. Overloading a vehicle can cause poorhandling, increased fuel consumption and maycause tire failure.

Never fit your vehicle with new tires that have lessload capacity than shown on the vehicle tire plac-ard and remember that optimum rim width isimportant for proper tire load distribution and func-tion.

The maximum load capacity stamped on the side-walls of P-Metric tires is reduced by 10 percentwhen used on a light truck, utility vehicle or trailer.Never fit P-Metric tires to light trucks that specify LT-type replacement tires.

DON’T SPIN YOUR TIRES EXCESSIVELYAvoid excessive tire spinning when your vehicle isstuck in snow, ice, mud or sand. The centrifugalforces generated by a free-spinning tire/wheelassembly may cause sudden tire explosion resultingin vehicle damage and/or serious personal injury toyou or a bystander. Never exceed 35 mph/60 km/has indicated on your speedometer. Use a gentlebackward and forward rocking motion to free yourvehicle for continued driving. Never stand near orbehind a tire spinning at high speed as, for example,while attempting to push a vehicle that is stuck orwhen an on-the-car spin balance machine is in use.

DO CHECK YOUR TIRES FOR WEARAlways remove tires from service when they reachtwo thirty-seconds of an inch (2/32") remainingtread depth. All new tires have treadwear indica-tors which appear as smooth banks in the treadgrooves when they wear to the two thirty-secondsof an inch (2/32") level. Many wet weather acci-dents result from skidding on bald or nearly baldtires. Excessively worn tires are also more suscepti-ble to penetrations.

SIDEWALL TREATMENTSDunlop sidewalls are specially compounded toresist ozone cracking or weather-cracking.

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Use a mild soap solution to clean sidewalls, whitestriping or lettering, and rinse off with plain water.Instruct service per-sonnel and customers never toapply any other material to enhance sidewallappearance. These may degrade rubber andremove inherent ozone resistance.

DO CHECK YOUR TIRES FOR DAMAGEFrequent inspection of your tires for signs of dam-age and their general condition is important forsafety. If you have any questions, have your tiredealer inspect them. Impacts, penetrations, cracks,knots, bulges, or air loss always require tire removaland expert inspection. Never perform a temporaryrepair or use an innertube as a substitute for a prop-er repair. Only qualified persons should repair tires.

PROPER TIRE REPAIRNOTE: Dunlop does not warrant any inspection orrepair process. The repair is entirely the responsi-bility of the repairer and should be made in accor-dance with established Rubber ManufacturersAssociation (RMA) procedures.

DON’T ATTEMPT TO MOUNT YOUR OWN TIRESSerious injury may result from explosion of tire/rimassembly due to improper mounting procedures.Follow tire manufacturer’s instructions and matchtire diameter to rim diameter. Mount light truck radi-

als on rims approved for radial service. Do not applybead sealer. This can inhibit bead seating. Lubricatebeads and tire rim (including tube or flap) contactsurfaces. Lock assembly on mounting machine orplace in safety cage. STAND BACK and never exceed40 psi to seat beads. Never use a volatile substanceor a rubber “donut” (also known as a beadexpander or “O-Ring”) to aid bead seating. Onlyspecially trained persons should mount tires.

DON’T MIX TIRES OF DIFFERENT SIZES ANDTYPES ON THE SAME AXLEFor optimum handling and control, Dunlop recom-mends fitment of four (4) tires of the same type andsize unless otherwise specified by the vehicle man-ufacturer.

FOLLOW THESE ADDITIONAL GUIDELINES:Fit newest tires on rear axle. If radials and non-radi-als must be fitted to the same vehicle, fit radials onrear axle. Never mix radials and non-radials on thesame axle. When fitting snow tires or all-seasontires to performance vehicles, always fit in sets forfour. Do not fit tires with different speed ratings.

Use of lift kits with some vehicle/tire combinationscan cause instability. When changing tire sizes,always consult dealer for optimum rim width andcarefully check vehicle/tire clearances.

RETREADED TIRESRetreaded passenger and light truck tires are not war-ranted by Dunlop for any reason. Dunlop speed rat-ings and U.S. Department of Transportation test com-pliance certifications are voided for retreaded tires.

DO MAINTAIN VEHICLE SUSPENSION, WHEELALIGNMENT AND BALANCE AND ROTATEYOUR TIRESLack of rotation, worn suspension parts, underin-flation/over-inflation, wheel imbalance, and mis-alignment can cause vibration or irregular tire wear.Rotate your tires according to your vehicle manu-facturer’s recommendations or at maximum inter-vals of 6,000 miles/10,000 km.

LIGHTWEIGHT TEMPORARY SPARE TIRESIMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS• Limit vehicle speed when using the lightweight

temporary spare tire to 50 mph/80 km/h or less.• Check the inflation pressure before using and

at least weekly. Maintain cold tire pressure inaccordance with that molded on the tire side-wall or found in your vehicle owner’s manual.When inflating or adding air to light-weighttemporary spare tire, be very careful, since thesmaller tire volume can gain pressure quickly.Leave valve core in place and add inflation airin short bursts. Check the pressure often with

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an in-line or hand gauge until the specifiedpressure is reached.

• The lightweight temporary spare tire may lowerground clear-ance when used. Reduce speedand avoid driving over large obstacles orthrough chuckholes and other road hazards.

• Check your car owner’s manual for other specialclearance precautions when using the lightweighttemporary spare tire provided in your vehicle.

• Because your lightweight temporary spare tirewas specifically designed for your car, it shouldnot be used on any other vehicle.

• Do not use snow chains on your lightweighttemporary spare tire. This could cause damageto your vehicle.

• Your lightweight temporary spare has very lim-ited wear potential (up to 300 miles/500 km).

• In order to conserve tire treadlife, the light-weight temporary spare tire should be returnedto your trunk as soon as the standard tire hasbeen repaired or replaced. Never use the spareif treadwear indicator (TWI) bars are exposed orit is worn to the last 2/32" tread depth.

• Do not use your original equipment lightweighttemporary spare tire on any other than its orig-inal equipment rim. The replacement light-weight temporary spare tire must match the

original equipment tire removed from yourlightweight temporary spare rim. Check the tirefor the lightweight temporary spare tire sizemarking designation and compare size mark-ings with those found on both your originallightweight temporary spare and rim.NOTE: Your original equipment lightweight tem-porary spare tire and rim combination is not thesame size as the other tires and rims withwhich your vehicle is equipped. Standard tires,snow tires, conventional wheel covers or rimrings should not be fitted to your lightweighttemporary spare tire rim or assembly.

• Improper mounting can cause tire/rim assemblyexplosion and serious injury. Tire Fitters: Followtire manufacturer’s instructions and match tirediameter to rim diameter. Mount the lightweighttemporary spare tire only on a rim originally fittedwith a temporary spare of the same size.Lubricate beads and rim contact surfaces. Lockassembly on mounting machine or place in asafety cage. STAND BACK; inflate in short burstswith extension hose, clip-on chuck on in-linegauge. Never exceed 40 psi to seat beads or usea volatile substance or a rubber “donut” to aidbead seating. Only specially trained personsshould mount lightweight temporary spare tires.

Dunlop brand tires are serviced by The GoodyearTire & Rubber Company and Goodyear Canada Inc.through authorized Dunlop outlets.

You must go to an authorized Dunlop outlet forreplacement tires and all warranty service.

THE WARRANTORThe warrantor of Dunlop tires is Goodyear/DunlopN.A. Limited at 1144 East Market Street, Akron, Ohio44136-0001

FOR SERVICE ASSISTANCE OR INFORMATION:• FIRST CONTACT THE NEAREST

DUNLOP RETAILER.• IF ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE IS REQUIRED:

IN THE UNITED STATES:Call (800) 321-2136, or write:

Goodyear/Dunlop Consumer RelationsDept. 728

1144 East Market Street, Akron, OH 44316-0001

IN CANADA:Call (800) 387-3288, or write:

Goodyear/Dunlop Consumer RelationsDepartment

450 Kipling AvenueToronto, Ontario M8Z 5E1

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SAFETY WARNINGS

Serious injury or property damage may resultfrom:

• TIRE FAILURE DUE TO UNDERINFLATION/OVERLOADING:Follow the owner’s manual, tire placard invehicle, or Important Tire Safety Informationlocated in this booklet.

• EXPLOSION OF TIRE/RIM ASSEMBLY DUE TOIMPROPER MOUNTING:Only specially trained persons should mounttires.

• FAILURE TO MOUNT RADIAL TIRES ONAPPROVED RIMS.

• FAILURE TO DEFLATE SINGLE OR DUAL ASSEM-BLIES COMPLETELY BEFORE DEMOUNTING.

• TIRE SPINNING ON SLIPPERY SURFACES SUCHAS SNOW, MUD, ICE, ETC. DO NOT SPIN TIRESIN EXCESS OF 35 MPH (55 KPH), AS INDICATEDON THE SPEEDOMETER. PERSONAL INJURYAND SEVERE DAMAGE MAY RESULT FROMEXCESSIVE WHEEL SPINNING, INCLUDING TIREDISINTEGRATION OR AXLE FAILURE.

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ELIGIBILITYYou are eligible for the benefits of this policy if youare the owner or authorized agent of the owner ofnew Goodyear highway auto tires bearingDepartment of Transportation prescribed tire identi-fication numbers, and if your tires have been usedonly on the vehicle on which they were originallyinstalled according to the vehicle manufacturer’srecommendations.

COVERAGE (REPLACEMENT FREE)Any new Goodyear highway radial auto tire coveredby this policy, that does not deliver satisfactoryhighway service due to a workmanship or materialrelated condition (see Adjustment PolicyLimitations) during the first 25% of usable tread-wear, or twelve months from date of purchase,whichever comes first, will be replaced with a com-parable new Goodyear tire without charge.Mounting and balancing are included.

Any Goodyear temporary spare tire that does notdeliver satisfactory highway service due to a work-manship or material related condition during thefirst 50% of usable tread depth (1/32 of an inch)will be replaced with a comparable new Goodyeartemporary spare tire without charge. Mounting isincluded. After the first 50% of usable treadwear,you pay only an adjustment charge for the tread-

wear received, plus any mounting charge.

COVERAGE (PRORATED ADJUSTMENT)Tires not eligible for no charge adjustment that donot deliver satisfactory service due to a workman-ship or material related condition will be replacedwith comparable new Goodyear tires on a pro ratabasis. The replacement price will be calculated bymultiplying the current Goodyear “predeterminedprice for adjustment” or current advertised price atadjustment location (whichever is lower) by thepercentage of usable original tread that has beenworn off at the time of the adjustment. You pay formounting, balancing, and an amount equal to thefull current Federal Excise Tax applicable to thecomparable new replacement tire.

The “predetermined price for adjustment,” avail-able at all Goodyear Auto Service Centers and par-ticipating dealers, fairly represents the actual regu-lar retail selling price of the comparable tire at thetime of adjustment. If a “predetermined price foradjustment” is not available, adjustment will bebased on the price at which you are entitled to buyat the time of adjustment.

A tire has delivered its full original tread life andthis warranty ends when the treadwear indicatorsbecome visible, regardless of age or mileage.

DEFINITION OF COMPARABLE TIREA “comparable” new Goodyear tire may either bethe same line of tire or, in the event the disabledtire is out of production, the same basic construc-tion and quality with different sidewall or treadconfiguration.

If a higher priced tire is accepted as replacement,the difference in price will be additional.

Any tire replacement under this warranty will becovered by the Goodyear warranty in effect at timeof replacement.

ADJUSTMENT POLICY LIMITATIONSThis limited warranty is applicable only in theUnited States and Canada.

No representative or dealer has authority to makeany representation, promise, or agreement onbehalf of Goodyear, except as stated herein.

The following are not covered by this policy:• Goodyear does not warrant and will not give

credit in any adjustment transaction for anykind of material added to the tire after leaving aGoodyear factory, nor will it adjust any tirewhich has failed as a result of adding any suchmaterial. (Example: Tire fillers, sealants, orbalancing substances.)

GOODYEAR PASSENGER TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY

• Irregular wear or tire damage due to:• Road hazards (including punctures, cuts,

snags, impact breaks, etc.).• Wreck, collision, or fire.• Improper inflation, overloading, high speed

spinup, mis-application, misuse, negli-gence, racing, chain damage or impropermounting or demounting.

• Mechanical condition of the vehicle.• Ride disturbance after the first 25% of

usable treadwear or due to damagedwheels or any vehicle condition.

• Temporary spare tires used on vehicle usedin racing and on passenger cars in specialapplications, such as police pursuit service.

• Any tire intentionally altered after leaving aGoodyear factory to change its appearance.(Example: White inlay on a black tire.)

• Tires with weather cracking which were pur-chased more than four (4) years prior topresentation for adjustment. If you have noproof of purchase date, tires manufacturedfour (4) or more years prior to presentationare not covered.

• Loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use ofthe vehicle or consequential damage.

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitationof incidental or consequential damages so theabove limitations or exclusion may not apply to you.

Any tire, no matter how well constructed, may fail inservice or otherwise become unserviceable due toconditions beyond the control of the manufacturer.This warranty is not intended as a representationthat a tire failure cannot occur.

OWNER’S OBLIGATIONSa. You must present the tire to be adjusted to a

Goodyear Auto Service Center or Goodyear TireDealer. (Please consult you telephone directo-ry for locations.) Tires replaced on an adjust-ment basis become the property of TheGoodyear Tire & Rubber Company.

b. You must pay for taxes or any additional serviceyou order at the time of adjustment.

c. No claim will be recognized unless submittedon a Goodyear claim form (supplied byGoodyear dealer or Auto Service Center) com-pletely filled out and signed by you, the ownerof the tire presented for adjustment, or yourauthorized agent.

Note: For your convenience, your nearest author-ized Infiniti dealership will also assist youwith your tire service requirements.

LEGAL RIGHTSThis warranty gives you specific legal rights, andyou may also have other rights which vary fromstate to state.

THE WARRANTORThe warrantor of Goodyear tires is Goodyear/Dunlop N.A. Limited, 1144 E. Market Street, Akron,Ohio 44316.

For Customer Assistance:1-800-321-2136 (Nationwide)

SAFETY WARNING

Follow safety precautions and instructions con-tained in the Owner's Manual, tire placard inthe vehicle or the Important Tire SafetyInformation in this booklet. Disregarding tiresafety information may result in tire failure orexplosion causing serious personal injury ordeath.

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ABOUT THIS WARRANTYAs the original purchaser of a Michelin® passengeror light truck tire, you are covered by all the bene-fits and conditions (subject to the maintenancerecommendations and safety warnings) containedin this booklet. To ensure your understanding ofand compliance with the terms and conditions ofthis warranty, please read it carefully. It is essentialthat you also read and understand the safety andmaintenance recommendations for tires containedin this booklet.

WHAT IS COVERED AND FOR HOW LONGPassenger and Light Truck TiresMichelin® Passenger and Light Truck tires, used innormal service on the vehicle on which they wereoriginally fitted and in accordance with the mainte-nance recommendations and safety warnings con-tained in the attached owner’s manual, are coveredby this warranty against defects in workmanshipand materials for the life of the original usabletread, or 6 years from the date of purchase,whichever occurs first. At that time, all warranties,express or implied, expire. The usable tread is theoriginal tread down to the level of the tread wearindicators -2/32nds of an inch (1.6mm) of treadremaining. Date of purchase is documented by newvehicle registration or tire sales invoice. If no proofof purchase is available, coverage will be based onthe date of manufacture.

Replacement will be made in accordance with theterms and conditions described under “HowReplacement Charges are Calculated”. Note: yourvehicle manufacturer may provide additional tirewarranty coverage over and above what is providedby Michelin®. Consult your vehicle owner’s manu-al for further information.Temporary SparesMichelin® temporary spare tires are covered bythis warranty for 6 years from the date of purchaseor until the first 2/32nds of an inch (1.6mm) of theoriginal tread is worn off. Date of purchase is docu-mented by new vehicle registration or tire salesinvoice. If no proof of purchase, coverage will bebased on date of manufacture. At that time, all war-ranties, express or implied, expire.

WHAT IS NOT COVEREDTires which become unserviceable due to:• Road hazard injury (e.g., a cut, snag, bruise,

impact damage, or puncture);• Incorrect mounting of the tire, tire/wheel imbal-

ance or improper repair;• Misapplication, improper maintenance, racing,

underinflation, overinflation or other abuse;• Uneven or rapid wear which is caused by

mechanical irregularity in the vehicle such aswheel misalignment, (a measured tread differ-ence of 2/32nds of an inch (1.6mm) or moreacross the tread on the same tire);

• Accident, fire, chemical corrosion, tire alter-ation, or vandalism;

• Flat spotting caused by improper storage;• The addition of liquid, solid or gaseous materi-

als other than air, nitrogen or carbon dioxide(for example, waterbase sealers or balancingsubstances);

• Ozone or weather checking.

HOW REPLACEMENT CHARGES ARE CALCU-LATEDPassenger and Light Truck TiresA tire which becomes unserviceable due to a con-dition covered by this workmanship and materialslimited warranty will be replaced with a comparablenew Michelin® tire, free of charge, when 2/32ndsof an inch (1.6mm) or less of the original tread isworn, (or 25% or less, whichever is more beneficialto the user) and within 12 months of the date ofpurchase. Mounting and balancing of the tire isincluded. You pay the cost of any other servicecharges and applicable taxes.When more than 2/32nds of an inch (1.6mm) oforiginal tread has been worn (or more than 25%,whichever is more beneficial to the user) or after 12months from the date of purchase, you must paythe cost of a comparable new Michelin® passengeror light truck replacement tire on a pro rata basis.The retailer will determine the charge by multiply-ing the percentage of the original usable tread

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worn, by the current selling price at the adjustmentlocation or the price in the current Michelin® BasePrice List, whichever is lower. This list is based on apredetermined price intended to fairly representthe actual selling price of the tire. You pay the costof mounting, balancing and any other servicecharges and applicable taxes.

Temporary Spare Tires.A Michelin® Temporary Spare used in temporaryservice on the vehicle in which it was originallyinstalled, which becomes unserviceable due to acondition covered by this warranty, will be replacedwith a comparable new Michelin® TemporarySpare tire, free of charge, when it is worn less than1/32nd of an inch (0.8mm). The cost of mountingand balancing is included. You pay the cost of anyother service charge and applicable taxes.When 1/32nd of an inch (0.8mm) of the originaltread has been worn but less than 2/32nds of aninch (1.6mm) the tire will be replaced at 50%according to current actual selling price at theadjustment location. You pay the cost of mounting,balancing, and any other service charges andapplicable taxes.

WHAT YOU MUST DO WHEN MAKING A CLAIMWhen making a claim under the terms of this limitedwarranty, you must present your tire(s) to a partici-pating Michelin® retailer. The vehicle on which the

tires were used must be available for inspection.Michelin® tire retailers are listed in the yellowpages under “Tire Dealers-Retail”. Personal identi-fication (i.e. Driver’s License, Credit Card, etc.) andvehicle registration may be required.You pay service charges for normal vehicle and tiremaintenance.

CONDITIONS AND EXCLUSIONSThis limited warranty does not provide compensa-tion for loss of time, loss of use of vehicle, incon-venience or incidental or consequential damages.Tires presented for claim remain the property of theconsumer and Michelin® accepts no responsibilityfor loss or damage to tires which are in the custodyor control of a Michelin® tire retailer for the pur-pose of inspection for warranty adjustment.In the event of a disputed claim, the consumermust make the tire available for further inspection.Tires accepted for claim become the property ofMichelin® North America, Inc.No Michelin® representative, employee or retailerhas the authority to make or imply any representa-tion, promise or agreement, which in any wayvaries from the terms of this warranty.This warranty applies only in the United States andCanada.

SAFETY MAINTENANCE INFORMATIONRead your Tire Owner’s Manual, the information on

the sidewall of your tires, your vehicle owner’smanual and vehicle tire information placard foressential safety and maintenance information.When service is required:1. Contact a participating Michelin® tire retailer

listed in your local yellow pages.2. If additional assistance in locating a participat-

ing Michelin® tire retailer is required, pleasecall the phone number listed for your areabelow.

THE WARRANTORThe warrantor of Michelin Tires is Michelin NorthAmerica, Inc., 1 Parkway South, P.O. Box 19001,Greenville, South Carolina 29602-9001.

For Customer Assistance: 1-800-847-3435 - in U. S. only1-888-871-4444 - in Canada

SAFETY WARNING

Disregarding any of the safety precautions andinstructions contained in the Owner’s Manualor the Important Tire Safety Information in thisbooklet may result in tire failure or explosioncausing serious personal injury or death.

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GENERAL TIRE LIMITED WARRANTY ANDADJUSTMENT POLICYThis Limited Warranty and Adjustment (the“Policy”) is issued by Continental Tire NorthAmerica, Inc. (the “Company”) and is applicable forGeneral-brand original equipment tires and is apromise of replacement under certain specifiedconditions. This Policy applies to tires in normalservice displaying adjustable conditions (seeSection 4) and does not require the existence of aworkmanship or material related condition in orderto qualify for adjustment. THIS POLICY IS NOT AWARRANTY THAT YOUR TIRE WILL NOT FAIL ORBECOME UNSERVICEABLE IF NEGLECTED OR MIS-TREATED.

1. ELIGIBILITYa. This Policy applies to the owner of Passenger

Car, Light Truck and Serva-Spare tires bearingthe General brand name and serial numbers,and operated in normal service.

b. Eligible tires must be the original equip-ment tires, used on the vehicle on whichthey were originally installed by the vehiclemanufacturer.

c. Tires branded “used” are not eligible underthis Policy.

2. WHAT IS THE ADJUSTMENT POLICY ANDFOR HOW LONG?

Limited warranty coverage is for a maximum periodof 72 months from the date of purchase*, deter-mined by the new vehicle registration date or newvehicle sales invoice showing date of purchase.

If an eligible Passenger or Light Truck or Serva-Spare tire, used in normal service, becomes unser-viceable from a condition other than those listedunder section 4, during or after the time or tread-wear period shown below, it will be replaced with acomparable** new General brad tire according to(A) and (B) below.

(A) Free Replacement Policy:

Time* TreadwearPassenger Tire First 12 Months or First 2/32nds,

(whichever comes first)>Mounting & balancing includedfree of charge. Owner pays allapplicable taxes.

Light Truck Tire First 12 Months or First 2/32nds,(whichever comes first)>Mounting & balancing includedfree of charge. Owner pays allapplicable taxes. (Excluding F.E.T.)

Serva-Spare No Time Limit First 1/32ndTires Mounting & balancing included

free of charge. Owner pays allapplicable taxes.

(B) Pro Rata Replacement Policy:Passenger/Light Truck TiresAfter the “Free Replacement Policy” expires(set forth in section 2A), and the tire is stillwithin 72 months from the date of purchase*,you will pay, on a pro rata basis, for a compa-rable** new General brand replacement tire. Atire is eligible for an adjustment on a pro ratabasis until the tread is worn down to the treadwear indicators (2/32nds of an inch of treadremaining). The tire tread is worn out at thispoint and this Policy ends regardless of timeperiod. Owner pays all applicable taxes(including F.E.T.), mounting and balancingcharges.

Serva-Spare TiresAfter the “Free Replacement Policy” expires (setforth in section 2A), no adjustment will be made.

* At the time of claim, you need to present yournew vehicle registration or new vehicle salesinvoice showing date of purchase. If satisfacto-

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ry proof-of-purchase date is not provided, theD.O.T. certificate on date of manufacture (theserial number) will be used.

** A “comparable” new General brand tire may beeither the same tire line or the same basic con-struction but with a different sidewall or treadconfiguration. If a higher-priced tire is accept-able as replacement, the owner will pay the dif-ference in price. Any tire replaced under thisPolicy will be covered by the current GeneralTire Limited Warranty and Adjustment Policy.

3. HOW A PRO RATA PRICE IS CALCULATEDThe replacement tire price will be determined bymultiplying the percentage of the usable treadworn by the Dealers Selling Price (excluding allapplicable taxes) at the time of the adjustment orthe General brand current published AdjustmentBase Price, whichever is lower. The usable tread isthe original tread down to the tread wear indicators(2/32nds of an inch of tread remaining). TheAdjustment Base Price is intended to fairly repre-sent a Dealer’s Selling Price for the same or com-parable tire.

4. WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THE ADJUST-MENT POLICYa. The following conditions are not covered:

Road Hazard: Cuts, snags, punctures, bruis-es or impact breaks and any damagecaused by puncture or tire repairRide/Vibration: After “Free ReplacementPolicy” (set forth in section 2A) expires.Tire Damage or Failure Resulting FromImproper Operation or Maintenance: Load,speed, and inflation practices causingexcessive operational temperatures toexceed the tire capabilities.Tire damage (including irregular treadwear)or failure resulting from: improper mount-ing or demounting, damaged rim, wheelalignment, tire trueing, chain damage,brakes or any similar mechanical problem,extreme temperature exposure, misuse,negligence, and abusive driving such as tirespinning, racing or accident damage.Tire failure resulting from intentional alter-ations: such as adding a white inlay on ablackwall or sealant materialsAge Conditions: Weather checking/crackingcoverage is for a maximum period of 48months from the date of purchase.

b. General Exclusions-Tire(s) submitted for an adjustment in serv-ice for longer than 72 months from date ofpurchase*, are not covered by this policy.Tire(s) on any vehicle registered and nor-mally operated outside the United Statesand Canada are not covered under thisPolicy. For tires on vehicles normally oper-ated outside the United States and Canada,see the nearest General Tire dealer or dis-tributor for local coverage.Tire(s) transferred from the vehicle onwhich they were originally installed are notcovered under this Policy.Company does not offer tread wearout cov-erage up to a predetermined mileage underthis Policy.Tire(s) used on racing related activities orcompetitive events are not covered by thisPolicy.

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERWARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING,BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF MER-CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR-POSE. NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS ORIMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WAR-

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RANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR APARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE MADE OR INTENDED BYCOMPANY. COMPANY DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WAR-RANTIES. INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MER-CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR-POSE. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUTNOT LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY OF MER-CHANTABILITY FOR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PUR-POSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATIONOF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. SOME STATES DO NOTALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIEDWARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAYNOT APPLY TO YOU.

NO COMPANY EMPLOYEE, RETAILER OR DEALER HASTHE AUTHORITY TO MAKE ANY WARRANTY, REPRE-SENTATION, PROMISE OR AGREEMENT ON BEHALFOF COMPANY EXCEPT AS STATED IN THIS LIMITEDWARRANTY.

TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, COMPANY DIS-CLAIMS LIABILITY FOR ALL CONSEQUENTIAL ANDINCIDENTAL DAMAGES. THE REMEDIES SET FORTHIN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ARE THE SOLE ANDEXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY.SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION ORLIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLU-

SIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTYGIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAYALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHT WHICH MAY VARY FROMSTATE TO STATE.

5. COMPANY’S OBLIGATIONSAny replacement qualifying under this AdjustmentPolicy will be made by any General brand author-ized dealer or vehicle dealer authorized to handleGeneral brand tire adjustments. Company willreplace the tire pursuant to the terms of thisAdjustment Policy.

6. OWNER’S OBLIGATIONSTo make a claim under this Policy concerning anytire which is covered by this Policy, you must pres-ent your claim with the tire to any General brand tiredealer or vehicle dealer authorized to handleGeneral brand tires. For the nearest General brandtire dealer, check the Yellow Pages or use theGeneral brand internet address, or one of the “800”numbers shown under “For Customer Assistance.”To be eligible for the terms of this Policy, you needto present your new vehicle registration form or newvehicle sales invoice showing date of purchase.Tires replaced on an adjustment basis become theproperty of the Company. You will be required tosign the Company Limited Warranty Claim Form or

dealer replacement sales receipt.

You are responsible for payment of applicabletaxes, demounting, mounting and balancingcharges set forth under this Policy. You are alsoresponsible for payment of local tire-disposal feesand any parts or service regardless of mileage ormonths of service. This includes payment for tirerotation, alignment, towing, road service, valvestems and tire repairs.

Owner is responsible for maintaining proper tire airpressure and for proper maintenance of the tire.

THE WARRANTORThe warrantor of General brand tires is ContinentalTire North America, Inc., 1800 Continental Blvd.,Charlotte, NC 28273

For Customer Assistance:1-800-847-3349 (Nationwide)1-800-481-1776 (In Canada)http://www.generaltire.com

SAFETY WARNING

Disregarding any of the safety precautions andinstructions contained in the Owner’s Manualor the Important Tire Safety Information in thisbooklet may result in tire failure or explosioncausing serious personal injury or death.

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Any tire, no matter how well constructed, may faildue to improper maintenance or service factors.This could create a risk of property damage andserious or fatal injury. Disregarding any of the safe-ty precautions and instructions contained in thismanual may result in tire failure or explosion caus-ing serious personal injury or death. For your safe-ty, comply with the following:

TIRE INFLATIONKeep tires inflated to the pressures recommendedon the tire data placard. (See your Owner’s Manualfor location.) These inflation pressures must bemaintained as a minimum. However, do not exceedthe maximum pressure rating indicated on the tiresidewall.

CHECK INFLATION PRESSURES ON ALL YOUR TIRES,INCLUDING THE SPARE, WHEN TIRES ARE COLD, ATLEAST ONCE A MONTH BEFORE DRIVING

Failure to maintain correct inflation may result inimproper vehicle handling and may cause rapidand irregular tire wear, sudden tire destruction,loss of vehicle control and serious personal injury.Therefore, inflation pressures should be checked atleast once a month and always prior to long dis-tance trips.

Pressures should be checked when tires are cold.The tires are cold when your vehicle has been driv-en less than a mile at moderate speed after beingstopped for three or more hours.

CHECKING PRESSURE WHEN TIRES ARE HOTIf you must add air when your tires are hot, add fourpounds per square inch (psi) (28kPa) above therecommended cold air pressure. Recheck the infla-tion pressure when the tire is cold.

For Example Only:

Gauge reading of hot tire: 32psiIf recommended pressure is: 30psiDesired gauge reading of hot tire 30 + 4psi = 34psi

Check cold pressures as soon as possible, at leastby the next day. Never “Bleed” air from hot tires asyour tire will be underinflated. Use an accurate tiregauge to check pressures. Never allow children toair up tires.

DRIVING ON ANY TIRE THAT DOES NOT HAVE THECORRECT INFLATION PRESSURE IS DANGEROUS.

For replacement tires, the correct inflation pressurewill be provided by your tire dealer, if not, refer tothe vehicle decal.

Underinflation produces extreme flexing of thesidewalls and builds up heat which may result insudden tire destruction and serious personalinjury. Overinflation can cause the tire to be moresusceptible to impact damage.

LOAD LIMITSDO NOT OVERLOAD. DRIVING ON ANY OVERLOADEDTIRE IS DANGEROUS. Never load your tires beyondthe load carrying limits molded into the sidewall ofthe tires or the maximum vehicle load limit asshown on the vehicle tire data placard, whicheveris less. Overloading causes heat to build up whichcan lead to sudden tire failure and serious person-al injury.

SPEED LIMITS AND SPEED RATED TIRESHIGH SPEED DRIVING CAN BE DANGEROUS. Neveroperate your vehicle in excess of lawful speeds orthe maximum speeds justified by the driving con-ditions. Excessive speeds or racing can cause heatbuildup in a tire leading to possible failure andserious personal injury.

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*Provided by and published at the request of the tire manufacturers/warrantors.

Correct inflation pressure is especially important.However, at high speeds, even with the correctinflation pressure, a road hazard, for example, ismore difficult to avoid and if contact is made, thereis a greater chance of causing tire damage than atthe lower speed. Moreover, driving at high speedreduces the reaction time available to avoid acci-dents and bring your vehicle to a safe stop. If yousee any damage to a tire or wheel, replace it withyour spare tire and see your tire dealer at once.

Tire speed ratings do not imply that a vehicle canbe safely driven at the maximum speed for whichthe tire is rated. In addition, some damages orimproper repairs may cause a speed-rated tire tolose its speed rating. Exceeding the tire’s maximumspeed rating will cause the tire to build up exces-sive heat which can cause tire damage that couldresult in sudden tire destruction and rapid air loss.Failure to control a vehicle with sudden air loss canlead to an accident. In any case, you should notexceed reasonable speeds as indicated by thelegal limits and driving conditions.

SPEED SYMBOLS - are shown on the sidewall ofsome tires. The following table shows the maxi-mum speed corresponding to the symbol.

SPEED RATINGS†Speed Maximum MaximumRating km/Hr mph

M 130 81

N 140 87

P 150 93

Q 160 99

R 170 106

S 180 112

T 190 118

H 210 130

V* 240 149

Z** 240 149

*Some V (or VR) rated tires may have a speedcapacity of greater than 149 mph (240 km/h).Consult your tire manufacturer for maximum speedratings if your vehicle capability exceeds thisspeed.

**Z (or ZR) rated tires are designed for use on carswith maximum speed capabilities in excess of 149mph (240 km/h). Consult your tire manufacturer formaximum speed capabilities.

†Although a tire may be speed rated, we do notendorse the operation of any vehicle in an unsafeor unlawful manner. Speed ratings are based onlaboratory tests which relate to performance on theroad, but are not applicable if tires are underinflat-ed, overloaded, worn out, damaged, altered,improperly repaired, or retreaded. Furthermore,tire speed ratings do not imply that vehicles can besafely driven at the maximum speed for which thetire is rated, particularly under adverse road andweather conditions or if the vehicle has unusualcharacteristics. Most highway passenger tires thatdo not have a speed symbol in the sidewall have amaximum speed rating of 105 mph. Light truckhighway tires that do not have a speed symbol onthe sidewall of the tire have a maximum speed of 87mph. Some light truck tires may have higher maxi-mum speeds; consult your tire dealer. The speedand other ratings of retreaded tires are assigned bythe retreader and voids the original manufacturer’sratings.

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*Provided by and published at the request of the tire manufacturers/warrantors.

IMPORTANT: In order to maintain the speed capa-bility of the vehicle, replacement tires must havespeed ratings equal to or higher than those fittedas original equipment (as indicated on the vehicleplacard or owners manual). If tires with lowerspeed ratings are fitted, the speed capability of thevehicle will be lowered to the maximum speedcapability of the replacement tire as indicated onthe above table.Remember...High speed driving can be dangerousand may be damaging to your tires.And...When driving at highway speeds, correctinflation pressure is especially important.

Contact the manufacturer of your tires for theirposition and assistance on the repair of speed-rated tires. When you are replacing tires that havea speed rating, you must replace with tires of thesame or higher speed rating if the speed capabilityof the vehicle is to be maintained.VISUAL INSPECTIONINSPECT YOUR TIRES. DO NOT DRIVE ON A DAMAGEDTIRE OR WHEEL. Check your tires frequently forscrapes, bulges, separations, cuts, snags, cracks,penetrations or excessive localized wear from hardbraking. Also check for abnormal tire wear particu-larly on the edges of the tire tread which may becaused by misalignment or underinflation. Impactscan damage the inner portion of the tire withoutbeing visible on the outside. If damage can be seenon the tires or wheels, or if you suspect that possibleimpact damage may have occurred, replace with

spare at once and have your tire store or dealerinspect your tires immediately. Use of a damagedtire could result in tire destruction. When inspectingyour tires, including the spare, check your air pres-sures. If your pressure check indicates that one ofyour tires has lost pressure of two pounds or more,look for signs of penetrations, valve leakage, orwheel damage that may account for the air loss.

All tires will wear out faster when subjected to highspeeds as well as hard cornering, rapid starts, sud-den stops, frequent driving on roads which are inpoor condition, and off-road use. Roads with holesand rocks or other objects can damage tires andcause misalignment of your vehicle. When youdrive on such roads, drive on them carefully andslowly, and before driving again at normal or high-way speeds, examine your tires for any damage,such as cuts, bulges, penetrations, unusual wearpatterns, etc.

WEAR BARS: Tires contain “Wear-Bars” in thegrooves of the tire tread which show up when only2/32nds of an inch (1.6mm) of tread is remaining.At this stage, your tires must be replaced. Tiresworn beyond this stage are dangerous.HAZARDSObjects in the road that threaten a tire should besafely avoided. These objects are potholes, glass,metal, rocks, wood debris and the like.Unavoidable contact should prompt a thorough tireinspection. You may not always recall hitting anobject that can damage or injure your tires. If while

driving, your vehicle experiences any unusualvibration, ride disturbance or noise and/or you sus-pect that possible damage to the tires or vehiclehas occurred, DO NOT JAM OR LOCK YOUR BRAKES!Rather reduce your speed and drive with cautionuntil you can safely pull off the road. Stop andinspect the tires. If the tire is underinflated or dam-aged, deflate, remove the tire and rim assemblyand replace it with your spare. If you cannot detecta cause, have the vehicle towed to the nearestInfiniti dealer to have the vehicle inspected.REPAIRING, MOUNTING ANDDEMOUNTING OF TIRESDo not attempt to repair, mount or demount a tireyourself. Tire changing can be dangerous and mustbe done by professionally trained persons usingproper tools and procedures as specified by theRubber Manufacturers Association (RMA). Followthese mounting recommendations. Your tiresshould be mounted on wheels of correct size andtype and which are in good, clean condition. Bent,chipped or rusted wheels may cause tire damage.The inside of the tire must be free from foreignmaterials. Have your dealer check the wheelsbefore mounting new tires. Mismatched tires andrims can explode during mounting. Also, mis-matched tires and rims can result in dangerous tirefailure on the road. If a tire is mounted by error onthe wrong-sized rim, do not remount it on the prop-er rim - scrap it. It may be damaged internally(which is not externally visible) by being danger-ously stretched and could fail on the highway.

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Old valves may leak. When new tubeless tires aremounted, have new valves of the correct typeinstalled. Tubeless tires must be mounted only onwheels designed for tubeless tires, i.e., wheelswhich have safety humps or ledges.

Never perform a temporary repair, use an innertubeor inject sealant as a permanent substitute for a prop-er repair. Only qualified persons should repair tires.

Be sure that all your valves have suitable valvecaps. This will keep valve cores clean and clear andguard against leakage.REPAIRSWHENEVER POSSIBLE, SEE A TIRE DEALER AT ONCE.Some tire manufacturers do not warrant any inspec-tion or repair process. The repair is entirely theresponsibility of the repairer. Punctures in the treadof a passenger tire which do not exceed 1/4 of aninch (6mm) in diameter can usually be repaired byfollowing the Rubber Manufacturers Association(RMA) Passenger and Light Truck Repair procedures.Contact the manufacturer of your tires for its posi-tion and assistance as to the acceptable location fora proper repair and the repair of speed rated tires.Do not use plug repairs. They may cause furtherdamage to the tire. They are not always air tightand the plug may fail. Do not exceed posted speedlimits on any repaired tire. Certain tire manufactur-ers speed ratings are voided if the tire is repaired.

Although a tire was properly repaired, internalstructural damage resulting from the puncture mayhave occurred. Some time later the damage maycause the tire to be removed from service. If thetire has a puncture in the tread which exceeds 1/4inch (6mm), the tire must be replaced. If any tirehas sustained a puncture, have the tire inspectedinternally by a tire dealer for possible damage thatmay have occurred.

Improper mounting and inflation procedures cancause an explosion of the tire/rim assembly. Onlyspecially trained persons should perform thesetasks. Contact your tire store or dealer for assistance.

CAUTION - Never, under any circumstance, intro-duce a flammable substance into a tire.WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BALANCINGWheel alignment and balancing are important forsafety and maximum mileage from your tires.Check how your tires are wearing at least once amonth. If your tires are wearing unevenly, such asthe inside shoulder of the tire wearing faster thanthe rest of the tread, or if you detect excessivevibration, your vehicle may be out of alignment orbalance. These conditions not only shorten the lifeof your tires, but adversely affect the handling char-acteristics of your vehicle which could be danger-ous. If you detect irregular wear or vibration, haveyour alignment and balance checked immediately.

Tires which have been run underinflated will showmore wear on the shoulders than in the center ofthe tread.HARD BRAKINGYou must inspect your tires after any hard braking circum-stances or after tires have slid on the pavement. This cancause a flat spot in a section of the tire tread.TIRE SPINNINGNever spin your tires above a speedometer readingof 35 mph (55 km/h) if your vehicle becomes stuck.The centrifugal force generated by the free spinningtire/wheel assembly may cause a sudden tireexplosion; resulting in vehicle damage and/or seri-ous personal injury or death. Never allow anyone tostand near or behind a tire spinning at high speedwhile attempting to push a vehicle that is stuck.When in mud, sand, snow, ice or other slipperyconditions, do not indulge in excessive wheel spin.In such conditions, with automatic transmissionvehicles, by accelerating the engine excessively, itis possible to spin one of the drive tires beyond itsspeed capability. This is also true when balancing adrive tire/wheel assembly using the engine of thevehicle to spin the wheel.TIRE TREADTires must be replaced when the depth of the treadreaches 2/32 inch (1.6 mm). Tires are manufacturedwith tread wear indicators molded into the tiregrooves which indicate tread wearout. As tires

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approach 2/32 inch (1.6 mm) wearout, the treadgauge becomes thinner and more vulnerable to theeffects of road hazards. Also, worn tires are moresubject to hydroplaning, which can cause loss ofcontrol. Therefore, visual tire inspection becomesmore crucial as the tires wear out.WORN TIRESNever drive on worn tires. Tires should be replacedby trained personnel when 2/32nds of an inchtread depth remains, as indicated by the treadwear indicators molded into the tread grooves. Inmost states, it is illegal to drive with less than2/32nds of an inch of tread remaining.TIRE MIXINGFor best performance select tires similar in size andload rating to the original equipment tires. It is rec-ommended that the same size and type of tire beused on all four wheel positions. In certain tires,casing ply material and ply construction may vary asindicated on the sidewall of the tire. When changingor replacing tires, it is preferred that all four tires arethe same construction type (i.e., High Performance,All Season, Mud & Snow) and construction (Radialor Bias Ply). Tires which meet the RubberManufacturer’s Association (RMA) definition of mudand snow tires are marked M/S, M+S, M&S.

On such tires, this designation is molded into thesidewall. Tires without this notation are not recom-

mended for mud and/or snow driving.

Before mixing tires of different types on a vehicle inany configuration, be sure to check the vehiclesowner's manual for its recommendations.

If snow tires are needed, it is necessary to selecttires equivalent in size and load rating to the origi-nal equipment tires. Always fit performance snowtires in sets of four (4) for optimum mud and snowtraction and maintenance of vehicle handling char-acteristics. If you do not, it may adversely affectthe safety and handling of your vehicle. It is alsoimportant to check the vehicle owner's manualbefore mixing or matching tires on 4-wheel drivevehicles as this may require special precautions.

Please refer to your Owner's Manual for more infor-mation on tire replacement precautions.TIRE ROTATIONTires on your Infiniti vehicle should be rotatedevery 7,500 miles or as irregular wear develops. Ifirregular wear becomes apparent or if the wear rateon the tires is perceptibly uneven, the tires shouldbe rotated in such a way to alleviate the problem.Check your vehicle for any mechanical problemsand correct if necessary. Any rotation pattern orprocedure may be followed including those indi-cated in the Owner’s Manual. Some tires havearrows on the sidewall showing the direction inwhich the tire should turn. When rotating this type

of tire, care must be taken to maintain the properturning direction as indicated by the arrows. Somevehicles have different tire sizes specified for frontand rear axles. Tires on these vehicles should berotated side to side. Where a temporary type sparetire is available, it should not be included in the tirerotation schedule. Such tires are intended for tem-porary use only. Whenever only two tires arereplaced, the new tires should be put on the rearaxle of vehicles equipped with the same size tire onall four wheel positions.TRAILER TOWINGIf you anticipate towing a trailer, you should see atire dealer for advice concerning the correct size oftire and pressure. Tire size and pressure willdepend on the type and size of the trailer and hitchutilized, but in no case must the maximum coldinflation pressure or the tire load rating be exceed-ed. Check the tire decal and your Owner’s Manualfor further recommendations on trailer towing.TIRE ALTERATIONSDo not perform any alterations on your tires.Alterations may prevent proper performance, lead-ing to tire damage, which can result in an accident.Tires which become unserviceable due to alter-ations such as truing, whitewall inlays, addition ofbalancing or sealant liquids, may be excludedfrom warranty coverage. Consult your tire warranty.

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*Provided by and published at the request of the tire manufacturers/warrantors.

HIGH PRESSURE TEMPORARY SPARE TIRES1) The high-pressure spare tire in your Infiniti

vehicle is designed for temporary use only andmust not be used continually as a regular tire.The standard tire should be repaired and/orreplaced as soon as possible.

2) Avoid driving over obstacles that may damagethe tire through impact or cutting, such as pot-holes, glass, metal, etc.

3) Speed must not exceed 50MPH (80km/h) fornon-speed-rated temporary spare tires.

4) Temporary spare tires have a limited treadlifewhich can vary depending on road conditionsand your driving habits. The spare tire shouldbe returned to the trunk as soon as the stan-dard tire can be repaired or replaced.

5) Because the high-pressure spare tire wasspecifically designed for your car, it should notbe used on any other vehicle.

6) Do not use snow chains on your high-pressurespare. This could cause damage to your vehicle.

7) Check the tire’s cold inflation pressure monthlyand maintain at 60psi (4.2kg/cm2) even whennot in use.

8) The high-pressure spare tire should not beused with any other rim nor should standardtires, wheel covers, or trim rings be used on thehigh-pressure spare tire rim which was original-ly installed.

9) When the tread wear indicator appears on thetire, replace it only with the same type spare tire.

10) Do not enter an automatic carwash with a tem-porary spare tire fitted.

11) Do not make a sharp turn or apply the brakessuddenly when driving on a high-pressure tem-porary spare.

Note: When using any temporary type spare tire,be sure to follow the vehicle Owner's Manualinstructions.

TIRE STORAGEAll tires should be stored in a cool dry placeindoors so that there is no danger of water collect-ing inside them.

When tires are stored they should be stored in acool place away from sources of heat and ozonesuch as hot pipes and electric generators. Be surethat surfaces on which tires are stored are cleanand free from grease, gasoline or other substanceswhich could deteriorate the rubber. (Tires exposedto these materials during storage or driving couldbe subject to sudden failure.)

TO AVOID DAMAGE TO YOUR TIRES ANDPOSSIBLE ACCIDENT:

• Check tire pressure at least once a monthwhen tires are cold and before long trips.

• Do not underinflate/overinflate.

• Do not overload.

• Drive at moderate speeds, observe legallimits.

• Avoid driving over potholes, obstacles,curbs or edges of pavement.

• Avoid excessive wheel spinning.

• If you see any damage to a tire, replace withspare and see the tire manufacturer’s deal-er or your Infiniti dealership.

44*Provided by and published at the request of the tire manufacturers/warrantors.

IMPORTANT TIRE SAFETY INFORMATION*

INFORMATION SPECIFIC TO YOURBRIDGESTONE RUN-FLAT TIRES

SAFETY WARNING

When in “run-flat” mode, serious injury ordeath may result from:

• Tire failure due to excessive operationwhile running flat.

• Aggressive driving, or driving at speedsgreater than 55 mph and/or distancesgreater than 50 miles.

• Tire failure preceded by vibration. If thevehicle begins to vibrate, gradually reducespeed and stop at a safe location. Tire mustbe replaced before proceeding.

• Handling tire immediately following run-flatoperation. Due to the significant amount ofheat generated, allow tire to cool beforehandling.

• Tire or system failure due to service per-formed by anyone other than speciallytrained personnel. For assistance, contactBridgestone/Firestone at 1-800-847-3272or your Infiniti dealer. Call 1-800-662-6200for the location of your nearest Infinitiretailer.

CARE OF YOUR RUN-FLAT TIRESBecause of the unique, state-of-the-art technology inyour run-flat tires, the low pressure warning system,and the Infiniti wheel on which they are mounted, itis important that you return to your Infiniti dealer orBridgestone/Firestone Certified Run-Flat retailerservice center for each of the following:• Any tire problem.• Tire rotation.• Tire replacement. We recommend that you not

mix run-flat tires with conventional non-run-flattires as the handling characteristics of run-flattires and conventional tires are different.Clearly you will not have the run-flat capabilitywith the conventional tires.

• Any problems with the low tire pressure warn-ing system.

SAFETY WARNING

Your run-flat tires are designed for limited oper-ation in a run-flat mode. The tires are notdesigned for continual or repeated driving withair pressure below that recommended byInfiniti. In that situation, your tires will getoverheated. This can cause premature failureof your run-flat tires that could lead to seriouspersonal injury or death.

TIRE REPAIRSYour Bridgestone run-flat tires should not berepaired. If they are damaged, they should bereplaced by your Bridgestone/Firestone Run-FlatCertified Retailer under the terms of theBridgestone/Firestone Run Flat Tire Warranty or byyour Infiniti dealer.

For further information, the Consumer Tire Guide onpassenger tire care, safety and mileage perform-ance is available in the United States by writing theTire Industry Safety Council, Box 1801, Washington,D.C. 20013.

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IMPORTANT TIRE SAFETY INFORMATION*

*Provided by and published at the request of the tire manufacturers/warrantors.

As part of the Infiniti Total Ownership Experience®,Roadside Assistance is available to you, 24 hours aday, 365 days a year, for emergency roadside assis-tance should the need arise for any of the followingitems: • Mechanical Breakdown • Flat Tire • Dead Battery• Accident/Collision (One-way tow –

loaner vehicle not included)• Out of Gas• Lock-out service

All Roadside Assistance services are providedexclusively by Cross-Country Motor Club, Inc.,Boston, Massachusetts 02155, except in Alaska,California, Oregon, Wisconsin and Wyoming, whereservices are provided by Cross-Country Motor Clubof California, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts 02155.HOW TO USE ROADSIDE ASSISTANCEShould one of the disablements listed above occur,simply call the toll free number, 1-800-662-6200,and advise the Roadside Assistance Representativeof your name, the vehicle identification number(VIN) of your car, your location, and the nature of theproblem. (When travelling in Canada call 1-800-835-

0221.) The VIN can be found imprinted on a plateaffixed to the upper dashboard on the driver’s sideof your Infiniti. The VIN is also printed on the per-manent Infiniti Total Ownership® Program cardwhich will be sent to you approximately 6 weeksafter purchase of your new Infiniti.ON-SITE AND TOWING SERVICEDepending on the type of vehicle problem you areexperiencing, the Roadside Assistance Represent-ative will determine the appropriate roadside assis-tance and/or flatbed (towing) service to be dis-patched. In most cases, minor disablement servicessuch as flat tire change, lock-out service, out-of-gasdelivery, battery boost, etc., can be performed on-site so that you can be on the road again as soon aspossible. There is no charge for the dispatch of on-site or towing service. Any charges for the replace-ment of keys, gas or non-warranty items will be yourresponsibility at the time of the repair or service.

Whenever possible, flatbed (towing) service will bedispatched for mechanical disablements or acci-dent/collisions which render the vehicle inoperative.There is no charge for the towing service. RoadsideAssistance will arrange to transport the vehicle to thenearest Infiniti dealer, if one is located within 250

miles, or to another authorized alternate servicefacility. Warranty covered repairs will be provided forunder the terms of the applicable express Infiniti lim-ited warranty. However, any non-warranty or acci-dent/collision repairs will be your responsibility.

Note: You may be required to sign a receipt at thetime of disablement to acknowledge receiptof the Roadside Assistance service rendered.

EMERGENCY TRAVEL EXPENSE/TRIPINTERRUPTION BENEFITSIf you experience a mechanical breakdown morethan 100 miles from your primary residence, youmay be eligible for the following reasonable tripinterruption benefits: • Meals• Lodging • Substitute transportation • Costs to reunite the vehicle and owner, after

warranty repairs have been completed.

The Roadside Assistance Representative, (toll freenumber 1-800-662-6200), will explain EmergencyTravel Expense/Trip Interruption benefits in detailand provide authorization of appropriate benefits.(When travelling in Canada, call 1-800-835-0221.) Insome situations you may be required to pay for

46*Provided by and published at the request of the tire manufacturers/warrantors.

INFINITI TOTAL OWNERSHIP EXPERIENCE® BENEFITSROADSIDE ASSISTANCE

these benefits initially. If so, the representative willprovide instructions for reimbursement procedures.You must keep records of these expenses and sub-mit them upon request. Emergency TravelExpense/Trip Interruption Benefits are not availablefor accident/collision and/or other non-warrantabledisablements.

COVERAGERoadside Assistance is provided for all Infinitivehicles from the date the vehicle is delivered tothe first retail buyer or otherwise put into use,whichever is earlier, for a period of 48 months,without regard to mileage.

Roadside Assistance is available to anyone operat-ing the Infiniti vehicle with the authorization of theowner. [For purpose of Roadside Assistance bene-fits, “owner” includes the lessee of a leased vehi-cle.] These services are transferable with the resaleof the vehicle for the time remaining on the originalInfiniti new vehicle limited warranty coverage peri-od. Roadside Assistance is available throughoutthe Continental United States and Canada.

EXCLUSIONSRoadside Assistance is not a warranty and is notprovided under any Infiniti or Nissan warranty, butis a service which is provided to you as part of the

Infiniti Total Ownership Experience® to minimizeany unforeseen vehicle operation inconvenience.Potential liability is expressly limited to the cost ofthe listed benefits and does not extend to inciden-tal or consequential damages such as loss of useinconvenience, loss of pay, or commercial loss.

Roadside Assistance benefits exclude any costsrelated to repairs, parts replacement, labor, etc.which are incurred as a result of accident/collision,vehicle abuse, racing, vandalism or other items notcovered by the Infiniti New Vehicle LimitedWarranty. Also excluded are services for snow tires,repair to studs, mounting or demounting of snowchains, and any fines, fees or taxes which are asso-ciated with impound towing as a result of actual oralleged violation of any laws or regulations.

SERVICE LOAN CAR PROGRAMAs part of The Infiniti Total Ownership Experience®,a participating Infiniti dealer will provide you with acomplimentary Infiniti Service Loan Car when youpresent your Infiniti vehicle for warranty repair to aparticipating Infiniti dealer during the new vehiclelimited warranty basic coverage period, subject toavailability and the eligibility requirements listedbelow.

The Eligibility Requirements for Service Loan Carare as follows:• Only available during the 4 years/60,000 mile

Infiniti New Vehicle Limited Warranty basic cov-erage period.

• You must be 21 years of age or older with a validU.S. driver’s license.

• You must provide proof of primary insurance.• You must schedule the service appointment in

advance.*• Other restictions apply to loan car including

mileage use and days use limitations.**

*Depending upon availability, exceptions to theservice appointment requirement may be made inthe event your vehicle is inoperable due to unex-pected mechanical failure. In such a circumstancethe participating Infiniti dealer will strive to provideyou with a Service Loan Car if possible.** Ask your dealer for details.

Note: This program is NOT a warranty, and is NOTpart of the Infiniti New Vehicle LimitedWarranty, but rather a benefit of The TotalOwnership Experience®. This program issubject to change without notice at any time.

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INFINITI TOTAL OWNERSHIP EXPERIENCE® BENEFITS

LONG TERM MECHANICAL PROTECTION FORYOUR NEW OR PRE-OWNED INFINITI...The Elite Infiniti Extended Protection Plan providesyou with quality long-term mechanical protectionyears past your vehicle’s Basic and PowertrainLimited Warranty With the extra coverage, if a cov-ered component fails during the term of the plan,Infiniti pays . . . not you. Plus, the Elite InfinitiExtended Protection Plan includes extensiveRoadside Assistance benefits and car rental cover-age.

Best of all, the Elite Infiniti Extended ProtectionPlan has been created by Infiniti exclusively forInfiniti owners. Furthermore, it is backed andadministered by Nissan Extended Services NorthAmerica, G.P. so you can have complete confidencethat your benefits will always be available shouldyou need them.

All of this makes the Elite Infiniti ExtendedProtection Plan a truly comprehensive package,offering Infiniti owners exceptional value andpeace of mind.

For details, please contact your authorized Infinitidealer, or call us at:

1-800-662-6200We’ll send you complete information by returnmail.

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ELITE INFINITI EXTENDED PROTECTION PLAN

CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR SUBSEQUENT OWNERSHIP NOTIFICATION

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CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR SUBSEQUENT OWNERSHIP NOTIFICATIONIt is not necessary to return this card to start your warranty coverage.

Please check one of the above boxes.If you recently changed your address, or purchased your Infiniti as a used vehicle, please complete and mail this post card. Such notification is necessaryfor your own safety, even after expiration of the original warranty. This will allow Nissan to pass all recall information on to you if required.

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