I have a peugeot 1.9 td, 1996 model. i had a knew starter motor fitted by the garagemechanic today. thebattery was disconnected which meant i needed to enter my code again. now when i tried to start my car it will not start even after entering the code. my key is also a little fauly as the mobiliser is not working, must lock doors manually with key. can you advise as to what i must do.
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Depends if you want new or used parts. Many new parts will be hard to come by for that 20 yo model.
Used parts will be available from some vehicle dismantlers dealing in scrapped Nissan vehicles.
If it is only a new starter motor you need then it is most likely a starter motor model fitted to numerous different Nissan vehicles. If you can get the details of the starter off the unit in your car, contact a shop that deals in starter motors and see if it is still possible to buy a new or rebuilt one of the same specification. . Alternatively you may be able to have your current starter re-built if there are suppliers in your area that do this work.
It may be the starter motor contacts which are worn. I have done this twice (on 2 different estima's myself. The starter will not turn or not properly. New contacts for these Denso starters are available on ebay from nipponnev for about £10 delivered and take about 1 hour to fit. No need to buy another starter. Hope this helps. Regards, Paul
Check your battery to vehicle earth connection is in good order.
The fusible link is normally located off/near the starter motor battery connection bolt. It looks like an electrical wire about 4-6 inches long, 1/8" dia. with non melting insulation - check it for electrical continuity.
Some vehicles also have a master power fuse - if fitted it should be checked also.
Check +12V power is available at the main fuse/relay box.
Hello, I think Suzuki offered Peugeot/Citroen Diesel engines in the earlier models but started offering Renault Diesel in 2006. I believe that the gas motors were all Suzuki. If you find that this info to be correct would you please enter a "fixya" rating. Thanks, Gator241