If you dont…check the fuel rail pressure valve…got pressure? On older model cars The starter motor on the Nissan Altima is located on the front of the engine and can be changed from the top of the engine compartment. Fitting 2 Engine Room - 4S. Fitting 2 Engine Room - 4S. When I turn the key everything in the car comes on except for the car it also makes no sound when you turn the key. You can also get a used starter from many salvage yards. Fitting 1 Engine Room - 4S.
In the last picture is a diagram of the fuse and relay layout. I marked the fuse you need to check 12 The second thing is to see if you are geting power as the key is turned. The starter motor on the Nissan Altima is located on the front of the engine and can be changed from the top of the engine compartment. If it doesn't the relay may be bad. Because the sensor is linked to the computer system, check engine light stays on all the time. Also, when sitting at a stop light, stop sign, it cut off suddenly,when taking foot off brake and trying to accelerate, causing the car to slowly roll out in oncoming traffic, not realizing engine had failed.
I'm not sure your year vehicle has this issue. Any loosening or other disturbance to that engine block ground will cause electriclaly-charged coolant to flow throughout the system: definition of elctrolysis. The reprogramming did not fix the sensor, the dealer said numerous times it has not. I'm just starting from point a to point b to narrow things down. It is right next to the crankshaft pulley at the bottom of the front of the engine facing toward the right front wheel. This puts anyone in your car in serious danger. This, according to the dealer, probably will not fix the problem, after 3 days of driving with no event, it started again.
It's on the right front side behind the headlight Here is a guide and diagram to help you do some testing and Please run some tests and get back to us so we can continue helping you. Is the relay connected to the fuse box? I know this seems like a lot but you have to narrow down everything in order to diagnose the problem to solve it. I have marked the starter relay as well as a fuse you will want to check. Are the battery cables clean and tight on both ends? It went through 4 alternators in three years. I do not have a picture at this time. If there isn't, you need to have the ignition switch checked.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008 The click is most likely the starter solenoid you hear Should be a familiar sound you've heard may times on other cars I would guess you know how old the battery is? Nissan Scope Technician- 10+ years experience in Nissan dealership. It will turn over and just not fire up and run with the security system involved…thats precisely the point of its use in the vehicle. Ii had a 1997 Altima that I intened to drive forever but finally gave up at only 90,000 miles. Do you have the proper Key? These are great vehicles, but if you have one any make with a persistent electrical glitch it can be one of the most frustrating and costly problems to fix. I found out this is a major recall involving thousands of Altima's. It is right next to the crankshaft pulley at the bottom of the front of the engine facing toward the right front wheel. You can bypass it and the starter will engage.
The starter cones on but the car wont start. The first thing to check is a fuse in the fuse panel inside the vehicle see picture's below. If starter is good than swap a good relay with the starter relay and try again. I have a new starter and battery. A new starter motor can be purchased from most auto parts stores or the Nissan dealer's parts department. You cannot see the starter from the top of the motor. .
I don't if this applies to 2000-and-beyond vehicles, but it did in the 90s. Fitting 1 Engine Room - 4S. Has redesigned this sensor because of all the past problems. Anyone of those could be it. You should have power there when the key is turned to start.
Again…They need to look up the particulars of this system to know what it may or may not be trying to tell them. Below are step by step instructions on its location and how to remove it. Symptoms of a faulty starter motor can be intermittent functioning of the starter, clicking with no function of the motor when the key is turned and dragging of the motor when trying to start the car. The car will not start at all. Select an illustration to view its particular parts. The starter is to the left of center near the right trans-axle.
I would have to look it up to see what flavor security system they used in that vehicle…but methinks that needs to be sorted out and proven not an issue prior to trying to start it. Hello, I need you to check the starter relay in the relay block under the hood. This is absurd to pay for a replacement part involved in a recall. A no crank issue would be only the starting or security system. It's located on the intelligence power distribution module under the hood.