Question about 1995 Nissan 240SX
Turn on ignition but starter motor will not turn. All electrics and usual start up noises OK. Easy to bump start
Cluth Pedal may not be depressing the cluth safety switch. The switch is directly under cluth pedal when fully depressed. The pedal has a plastic circle piece covering a hole in the pedal for some reason. If this piece breaks off, the switch will not be depressed or only depress some times and not others thus car may start some times and not others. The switch may also be bad. Engine will not turn if this switch is not depressed thus acting as if the starter is bad or some sort of other problem. Make sure the car is in neutral depress the switch with your finger and turn the key or have a friend turn the key. Car should fire right away. Again MAKE SURE THE CAR IS NOT IN GEAR the switch does not engage the clutch.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Rock your car back and forth. The starter is stuck between teeth. I had a jeep that had the same problem. It had teeth missing on the starter motor. This seemed to do the trick
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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