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If the ignition switch is good and you are certain it works fine,did you realize there is a TSB for this condition when ever you replace a infiniti starter or even some Nissan you are supposed to replace the starter relay also,but it goes further than that you also need to rplace the Throttle control relay with the starter relay.
Is it a manual, or an automatic? Earlier Nissans sometimes have a problem with the neutral safety switch (a device that keeps the engine from rolling over in gear or without the clutch depressed.) Generally, if their bad, they need to be a little warm before they'll start, like setting in the sunlight for a few hours.
have you check the starter? sounds like that is the issue. if the click from the fuse box is the starter relay then you are most likely getting signal to the starter. try to bang on it with a metal pole while some one turns the key radipidly. let me know what happens.
i just had the same problem in my bmw 325i. Probably vaccum leak or exhaust leak. Check that nothing came loose in these areas. It takes time for your car to learn the new CPS (cam pos. sensor) so give it a few days and reset the code again and see if it works.
I believe your vehicle uses a starter relay as opposed to a solenoid. The posting says 93 but the heading says 98 but you should be dealing with a starter relay. Also if you have an oil leak that can lead to starter failure on these vehicles. The starter relay is on the passenger side fenderwell near the shock tower.
Try having one person turn the key to the start position and hold it there, while someone else taps on the starter with a hammer. If tapping on it makes it work, you need a starter. Good luck. Hope this helps.
well the first part of your question i was all ready to tell you to put a new fuel pump in, now not so sure, there is a relay for fuel pump, can you hear pump cycle and relay click? relay under hood you will have to listen close they don't run long maybe a couple secounds, if you don't relay bad. if you do pump could be bad, do fuel pressure test pump could be weak. don't think sunroof and turn signals are related, but stranger things have happend.