No problem - glad to help. I have really enjoyed my Q ownership. With the failure of Infiniti to market the VR30-equipped Q50s & Q60s, my Q is just about a unicorn in everyday traffic, compared to the s**t-ton of CR-Vs, for example. I also appreciate all the aftermarket support that has been developed by the various tuner shops. It's been really fun to mod over the past 4 years.I want to thank EVERYONE HERE you guys been helpful. And more awesome then the mustang guys! Lol
It's a really unfortunate situation you have with this disappearing coolant. I'm an engineer, so I'm all about finding root cause, whether it's for my hobby or my job. Therefore, I'm anxiously waiting for some resolution to your problem, hopefully not a buy-back, but only because the issue would remain a mystery. However, if the buy-back is really the only answer to corporate playing hardball, then so be it.
At least accessing the ignition coils & spark plugs isn't that bad. When I installed my BOVs, I had to remove the ICs from their hard mounts to access the couplers to compressor outlets. I recall on the passenger side, the IC was easily removable and could be folded-over with the coolant lines remaining attached to access the ignition coils. The driver's side ignition coils could take a little more effort to access - beyond the 3 or 4 mounting bolts, there are other clips that prevented the IC from getting moved out of the way. I didn't want to break anything, so I managed to remove and install the BOVs and couplers below the driver's side IC.