Question about 2007 Nissan Versa 1.8 Sl Hatchback
It will turn over and will finally start after the 3rd or 4th try. It only happens about once a month and has been going on since Oct 2012. I had it tuned up and put fuel injector cleaner in it.
Had the same problem when starting do not pump accelerator before starting turn the key wait a couple of seconds for fuel pump to work then turn key to start then car should start
Posted on Feb 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the engine light IS on. I will definately check out the fluid in the trans. How much on average does a trans flush cost? Thank you very much for your help. I am currently riding my bike as much as possible till I find a solution, plus gas prices haha.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 Nissan Altima
it is likely the EGR Valve. If you are going to replace it, make sure that it is the exact valve for your car. Take the Vehicile ID number with you to get the exact Valve.Although they may look exactly the same, your car might not run with another EGR. they are caliberated to the engine and it has to be exact.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
SOURCE: nissan versa gas treatment
I agree with Gary, it's not likely the regulator. More than likely it is the check valve in the fuel pump that doesn't hold the pressure after the car is shut off. Adding a treatment won't do anything but drain your wallet.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
95-97 Maximas had a problem where condensation from the A/C would accumulate in the a/c evaporator case from the drain becoming restricted or blocked, When this would occur, condensation would drip onto the ECM and a problem would develop with misfire and/or starting. I would look at the ECM where the harness connects to it for corrosion problems. If you find it, there is a chemical spray which can be used to clean the terminals and/or you can clean them, although it is time consuming and difficult to due because of how small the terminals are. After things are cleaned up, lightly coat the connections with a dielectric grease. This will prevent electrolysis.I believe you can buy these at Radio shack and possibly at an automotive parts supplier.
Also a drop in voltage during the cranking phase will cause a weak spark. Your ignition is what pulses the injectors. It takes a minimum of 9.6 volts, but ideally you want at least 10.5 or more during the cranking phase if you want to get a spark worth anything. Check the voltage on the primary side of the coil while cranking the engine.
I'll watch to see if things work out for you, let me know. ....mybunkey
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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