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Troy, sense the vehicle sat for a year, the first thing I'd do is go to AutoZone and get a can of "Starting Fluid", see if the engine will start by spraying it into the "Throttle Body" OR "Carb" depending on the year model. If it starts with the starting fluid this means the gas has gone bad and you'll need to drain the tank and put new gas in it. NOTE: If it still does not start, then you'll need to find out what the engine is lacking. Does it have spark at the spark plug wire? Does it have Gas at the Fuel Rail? Does it have compression. Hope this helps and please visit my auto-repair-website here: http://www.bigasautorepair.com/
sounds like there is air in the line put your hand over the air inlet on the throttle body and get some one to turn the engine over the extra compresion or sucksion should make the fuel come through if not take off the fuel pipe as it goes into carb or injector and **** the fuel through not to hard though as you will get a mouth full of fuel hope this helps
Has your Nissan sat for a period of time? If so, could be dirty gas...try adding 2 bottles of Heet gas line antifreeze and injection cleaner..also as this works, be sure not to let the gas level go below 1/4 tank...If needed check air filter dirty...throttle body dirty...Hope this helps.
Did you check to make sure fuel is getting as far as the filter? Detach the fuel line at the filter and have someone crank the engine. If fuel doesn't get to the end of the line you've got a clog somewhere else or there's a break in the fuel line.
check for vacuum leaks at your throttle body, intake manifold gaskets and vacuum line, or you could possibly have a sticking valve. if I am understanding you rite the truck sat for 2 years. also check the wiring to your sensors as for a rodent may have chewed some insulation off, this happened to my sons car.
since the car sat for 6 months it could be a vaccuum line the lines are rubber or hard plastic the tend 2 dry rot or chewed by small rodents, while the car is running listen 4 whistle or check for cracks or lines off completely