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Most main fuses are located close to the positive battery cable and in some cases attached directly to the positive cable located in a plastic box with a cover. There may also be a fusable link used for a main fuse which will connect to the starter
Things to check.
Is the starter working?
Is your changed battery fully charged
Check all battery cables for corrosion or loose connections. Both neg and positive cables both ends. Dirty or loose cables will not work to let the power through the way it should.
No offence but are you sure that the cables are correct. If it started when new battery was connected you can try re-connecting making sure positive cables and negative cables are correct if still wont start you will have to follow all connections and possibly disconnect any thing extra that may be connected to battery such as stereo or power booster or ? only have connected what is needed to start and use the process of elimination procedures . Hopefully this helps some what .
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Check both the battery connections and the ground connection on neg wire. Also the positive main line to the starter. All connections should be clean and tight with no corrosion. There are some smaller wires on the positive side of battery too. Make sure all are securely attached.
Check positive cable for seperation where it drops down from battery hook up.
I had this problem too. Ended up stripping the end of cable and soldering the wires into the battery terminal connector squeeze clamp. Retaped it with weather proof rubber tape.
If that dont do it, I dont know what else to say except try to get the ear of a mechanic familiar with Nissan. Maybe there is a master power relay..?
Be very carefull if tightening connections, not to short out the positive side to frame / body ground with your tools. Can be very dangerous.
if you have access to a digital multimeter, connect the meter (set to volts) across positive and neg. terminal of the battery, should read roughly 12.6 volts, close to 10 volts, battery may be going out, also test the alt output, disconnect neg term and place negative lead to battery neg post and positive lead to neg battery cable (make sure meter is set to amps) should read near the rating, if both those, then you'd want to do a resistance test, (set meter to Ohms) disconnect battery and connect meter neg to either pos cable terminal or where the pos cable connects to the alt and connect positive lead to opposite of neg, should read next to 0, the check resistance of the ground by connecting meter between batt neg cable and body of alt.