Question about 1999 Nissan Terrano
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 91 nissan terrano wont start
First things first; 1) check Terminals and make sure tight & clean 2) Make sure the batteries good 3) Make sure connection from battery to starter is secured 4) Make sure its not the starter clicking if it is change it. 5) Make sure starter relay is good located with all fuses!
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Disconnect battery for 3 or 4 hrs or bring it to Autozone or Advanced auto parts and ask them to read the code then ask them to erase it.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
SOURCE: nissan micra k11 99 wont
take off the distributor housing and dry it out, when putting it back on use a sealer to make sure no moisture gets in to it, then take out the spark plugs and allow the gasoline in the cylinders to dry out for about 20 mins then put back in and try starting it again that should definatly work
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
SOURCE: 2000 Nissan Terrano Diesal will
Hello, My name is Mike.
There is a couple things that can be going on when your scan indicates a problem with the fuel pump. Sometimes you get lucky and it is just the fuel filter. Some cars have the fuel filter separate and some are in the fuel pump itself. Refer to your owners manual and see if you have a fuel filter that is inline with your fuel tank to the engine. Now, this problem also can be a fuel relay(fuse) in your fuse panel can be a fuel relay that is not working, but I doubt that as, normally that would just not work at all and then of course car would not start or run. If it is a direct fuel pump problem,
Usually the fuel pump "assembly" is the fuel pump itself..
Most fuel pumps are located inside the gas tank... Once you pull it out of the tank, (methods vary by vehicle,)
Personally what I would do, unless your really patient and mechanically inclined I would not attempt to replace fuel pump yourself, as you can cause other problems and damage. Let the pros do that, but I would first sense car still runs, and take into to local good shop, and ask them for a diagnosis, they can test your fuel pump pressure and your relay and also your fuel system, and tell you what is wrong exactly so you do not play this part and replace game. Lets cross our fingers it is just a small air leak, or relay or filter. Let me know, thank you, MIke.
Posted on Sep 17, 2011
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