Question about 1988 Nissan Pulsar
Purchased new Sept 2000. Shortly after it had done 100,000km the starter motor siezed while driving!!! (Starter bendix was engaged causing burnout) Starter was replaced.
Car has now done a further 100,000 km and it is giving all the same signs that the problem is about to recurr. Poor starting, sounds like battery is failing, starter has difficulty turning motor.
Has anyone experienced similar problem with this model?
You have to keep in mind that the starter is exposed to extreme heat and after that many miles it's natural for the parts to fail. considering that the vehicle has 200,000km this is not a sign of poor design of parts but just a typical symptom of longevity. just get it replaced as well as the battery and you should be fine.......please rate this
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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