2002 I35 - Slip, VDC OFF and Service Engine Light came on. What is causing it?

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Asked by Feb 05, 2016 at 12:19 AM about the 2002 INFINITI I35 4 Dr Luxury Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've been reading all over the net.  First thing that comes up is that there is
most likely an issue with the brake fluid and/or that I need new brakes.  
Then I keep reading on.  For the G35's, it states that it's an issue with the
camshaft sensor and/or the camshaft itself.  Are both models essentially
the same? Should I be worried about the camshaft?

Tonight, as I drove home, the car just stalled.  It was weird.  I waited a bit
and started back up.  I got to a gas station, bought brake fluid, added
some, and got back on the road.  It stalled again.  After that time, I made it
all the way home (an hour commute).  This came on this past weekend but
I hadn't had a chance to take it in any where.  Any ideas? Any
suggestions?

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Sorry for the upside down picture.

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