Question about Nissan Altima
Have had problems with the car not starting, several times a month. It would turn sometimes, now will do nothing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2003 altima nissan
HI. I read your problem.
Let me ask you,
The sensor that you are installed are from the dealer or aftermarket?
Because the crank sensor on a 02 to 06. altimas where defectives. or damaged to fast.
Is why NIssan company Made a complety diferent new sensor.
Trying to resolve this problem.
If you haven't get from the dealer, I recomment get one from them. When you see the connector on inverter position don't worry it will fit.
But if you install from the dealer. I recoment check the engine for high vibration.
Check the crankshaft for end play.
And check the wires from the sensor for short, or burned shield.
OK> I hope this work for you..
I have changed few of them..
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
SOURCE: Problem wtih starting car
The second switch is a relay. Once you depress the brake pedal it closes the circuit and allow power to flow the starter so that when you push the start button it turns and starts your engine. The contacts in relays after a while will start to ware out or start to pit just like points in the older cars and it could not make contact to close the loop with in the circuit which will result not starting.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Try this, Since you are applying the hand brake. Manually pull up on the emergency pedal and see if the light goes out. If this does work then you could have one of several problems. but, I am thinking that you might be able to adjust the brake tensioner if this car has one.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Your problem should be that the rubber stops that are mounted at the top of your break pedal came out or are worn down too much to press the buttons all the way in.
What they do is push the button that switches off your break lights when the break pedal is released (yes, kind of backwards way to design it, i know). That's why your lights stay on even when your car is off. I had to go to the junkyard to find replacements for mine and they are a ***** to replace.
They are chipped away easily by the break switches when your car shakes badly over a prolonged period of time. Like driving a couple of weeks on a bad front tire.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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