Question about 2000 Nissan Altima
My car won't start, it only cranks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you most likely need cranj angle sensor. common issue on your model car. car will just quit running, because it looses signal from crank sensor. replace it.
Posted on Nov 25, 2011
check fuseable link near battery if it's blown would pay to look for short circuit before doing much more
Posted on May 31, 2012
there could be a number of reasons why. Many factors must come together for an engine to successfully start. The energy flow sends a spark from the battery into the electrical components of your engine. The air flow pulls in air, filters particles from it and mixes the clean air with fuel in the carburetor or fuel injection system to trigger the small charge that forces the engine to start. The fuel flow pulls in the gas, filters impurities from it, and sends it to the right component.
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Posted on Aug 06, 2012
The click is most likely the starter solenoid you hear
Should be a familiar sound you've heard may times
on other cars
I would guess you know how old the battery is?
If it is original,it is 8 years old & dead,if so, replace it
If it is only 3 years old ,check the voltage with a meter
Next the solenoid could be working as you hear it,but
it's contacts are burnt,it can be replaced
You remove the starter & change the solenoid
Don't want to do that, buy the entire starter at auto parts,
not a dealer,cost too much to even be there for any reason.
Posted on Sep 29, 2012
Testimonial: "Turns out it was the crankshaft sensor, but now it's doing the same thing again. Won't crank. This time I think it is the starter."
It starts and runs OK, correct?
Check your fluid level - Directions in the Owner's Manual.
Are you pushing the brake pedal b4 trying to move the lever (sorry, have to ask)?
Does the lever move @ all? Into Neutral?
Is the Check Engine Light on?
Sounds like you'll need to have it towed to a shop. Call the Better Business Bureau for a reference, or recommendations from family/friends.
Posted on Oct 03, 2012
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