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 #35590  by SamirD
 Tue Mar 03, 2015 5:02 am
Sluggo wrote:
SamirD wrote:
Have you changed the lines to stainless steel and the brake fluid to something more high-performance?


I changed the brake fluid but left the stock lines on. When I changed to metal lines on my motorcycles I didn't think the feel and performance was worth doing for my Kizashi.
What fluid did you use? I didn't feel any difference either except on my older cars where the lines were 10yr+.
 #35592  by Sluggo
 Tue Mar 03, 2015 6:36 am
SamirD wrote:
Sluggo wrote:
SamirD wrote:
Have you changed the lines to stainless steel and the brake fluid to something more high-performance?


I changed the brake fluid but left the stock lines on. When I changed to metal lines on my motorcycles I didn't think the feel and performance was worth doing for my Kizashi.
What fluid did you use? I didn't feel any difference either except on my older cars where the lines were 10yr+.


I used Motul DOT4. Its the same stuff I use in my bike. Most bike shop carry it.
 #35605  by SamirD
 Tue Mar 03, 2015 6:14 pm
Sluggo wrote:I used Motul DOT4. Its the same stuff I use in my bike. Most bike shop carry it.
That'S some pretty good stuff. I use Castrol SRF. Expensive, but it's the only compromise fluid that isn't dot 5.
 #37296  by n8dogg
 Sun Jul 12, 2015 9:48 am
Took my Kizashi in for the shifter recall after ignoring the first notice and receiving a reminder notice. It wasn't broke when I took it in but it was when I got it back! Didn't notice it right away until I bumped the PRND selector while at a stop. It slopped between D and N positions, almost like it didn't want to stay in D. While the car was in neutral the dash screen still indicated D. Took the car back in the next day and the dealer was good to get it fixed right away. They stated that the mechanic forgot to reattach a linkage something er other while reassembling everything the first time. Works fine now.
 #37306  by Ronzuki
 Mon Jul 13, 2015 2:13 pm
^^^ yeah, what he said..^^^

Also received the second reminders for both the Kiz and the SX4. Even after the service guy noted in the 'puter that I refused both at the last inspections. Circular filed. They aren't broke, not "fixing" them.