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they had a problem with the ground for the starter relay. its located under the drivers kick panel. you have to locate the relay and follow the ground back. i had the same issue. also you need to do a voltage drop test on the positive cable and check the resistance on the engine ground located on the bell housing
ck relay under hood for click when defog button is pushed,if this relay clicks switch and relay should be ok,just found same problem with mine,remove right kick panel where the little fuse box is located and large connector under it i seperated and found burned connector,cut wires on both sides and ran jumper wire,make sure to use proper gauge wire,now mine works good luck
motion switch could be kicked out also has relay should be under the hood in main relay panel also the pump is controled by the computor i think located in fire wall under hood has big plug and 10mm hold ins disc batt remove and smell the boards burn out hope this helps
Your vehicle has 3 fuse panels. Instrument fuse panel is located under the dashboard, left of the steering column. Passenger side fuse panel is located behind passenger side kick panel. Main fuse and relay block is in engine compartment, near battery. There does not appear to be a "reverse light" fuse. Do all you other lights work properly(headlights, brake lights, turn signals, running lights, dashboard lights, etc.)? If so then there is a problem in the reverse light circuit, OR the bulbs are burned out. YES, I have seen both burn out at same time. Hope this helps a little
Try the fuel pump relay, usually located behind the right kick panel in the passenger side. If that is working, Nissans have a fuse link to the injectors. If that burns out the car will crank but will not start until you get power to the injectors.