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98 nissan altima will not charge battary, change alt and has new battery but still showing not charge

Change alt and has new battery but still showing not charge

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Check the gauge isn't fautly it might have broke!!! or there might be a louse connection!

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SOURCE: changing headlamp for 2000 nissan altima

I just replaced the driver's side headlamp on my 2000 nissan altima. The manual advises you to take it to a dealer or details a long process which involves removing the bumper protector -- none of this is necessary. I am not mechanically inclined and a coworker and I did it on a lunch break. Here's how:
1) Disconnect the battery by loosening the nuts that attach both the positive & negative contacts.
2) Once loose, slide off the contacts. At the base of the battery (closest to front of the car) there will be another nut that you'll need to remove (this loosens a clip which holds the battery in place)
3) Once loosened, lift out the battery which will enable you to see the headlamp connection.
4) There is a white plastic ring that attaches to the headlamp connection. Twist this to the left (about a quarter turn).
5) Once you have loosened the white ring, you should be able to gently pull out the headlamp assembly.
6) Remove the headlamp from the socket by pushing on the plastic arm which will release the lamp from the socket (sounds confusing, but once you have the piece in your hand it will make sense)
7) Insert the new lamp into the socket & slide assembly back into the hole. Note. There is a groove in the assembly which will align with a notch in the headlamp frame...you can see this by looking through from the front of the headlight cover on the outside of the car.
8) Replace the white ring and twist to the right to secure in place.
9) Replace the battery & bolt you remove.
10) Replace the positive & negative connectors (hint: don't forget to replace the plastic battery cover before you attach the connectors).

Hope this helps...let me know how you make out.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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SOURCE: 2002 nissan altima

On the left hand side by your left knee, there is a fuse box. Sound like for some reason , you blew a radio fuse. Remove cover, find fuse that sais RADIO and check it.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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The starter solenoid (must buy complete starter) -or-
The cable from the battery to the solenoid needs replacing or the connections need cleaning
If you are handy, the starter can be rmoved without too much work and exchanged for a rebuilt/remanufactured one

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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If the starter/solenoid is new/replaced, most likely the cable from the battery to the solenoid needs replacing or the connection ends saned and cleaned for a good electrical contact, Also chek the gound wire connections (if any)

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Nissan Altima not starting(sometimes)

change your crank angle sensor and it should fix your problem

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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Hello I have 1998 nissan altima and my question is, what would cause me to lose all electrical power? No dash lights and wont crank.


Sounds like a failed alternator to me. The alt powers everything when running. If failed the battery takes over, then dies leaving no power source and no start. Charge the battery start the car and put a volt meter across the battery. When running it should read 13.5 to 14.5 volts. If it is reading around 12, your alternator has failed.

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I own a 1999 altima & it won't start. It died a few weeks ago and we thought it was the alternator but when we looked it needed a belt replaced so we bought the belt & it started right up. I was...


yes get a new battery,,the old one probably,cant hold a charge,,then have you alt ck out to see if it is charging,,the car will run on the battery,,until no juice is left,,alternator recharges the battery,,

May 15, 2010 | 1999 Nissan Altima

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Flat batary


Do you drive it everyday? Does it have any extra stuff on it like alarm system, anti-theft device? Get one of those floaty ball things that check the specific gravity of your battery acid. One dead cell is a dead battery. They will tell you a lot. And just because a battery is new doesn't mean it is good. I have seen a lot of good batteries dead! Also, check the water in the battery. also, check the alternator, it can't be charging. The light on? Something is killing your battery. If it isn't being drained, it isn't being charged up either. The clock can kill a battery in a few days. Check this stuff out. Hope it helps.

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I have a 98 Nissan Altima. About 4 weeks ago I


you car computer needs to be checked. if the altenator was put in without unhooking the battery this could have fried your computer. for futher help and assistance please call 419 689 1114 for futher assistance i will be more then happy to help

Apr 18, 2010 | 2005 Nissan Altima

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New battery looses power after sitting a couple of days had alt check out it ok also checked if anything was drawing power when not running everything seems mormal


disconnect battary and see what happens ,if battary holds charge put an ammeter on the earth side of the battary to see if there is any current draw if there is a draw remove each fuse individually to see which circuit it is

Feb 23, 2010 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My 1996 nissan altima wont keep a charge ,I had the alt checked replaced the batt checked for ground (negative post) same thing batt light and loosing charge


Cables from alt to battery can be deposited/burned/oxidized. In this case battery wont get charged. Also check the alternator connections. Cable might be burned or not tight enough
Also serpentine belt might be not tight enough
Good Luck

Jan 17, 2009 | 1996 Nissan Altima

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Nissan Altima not starting(sometimes)


change your crank angle sensor and it should fix your problem

Jan 14, 2009 | 1998 Nissan Altima

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Nissan Altima 98


The starter solenoid (must buy complete starter) -or-
The cable from the battery to the solenoid needs replacing or the connections need cleaning
If you are handy, the starter can be rmoved without too much work and exchanged for a rebuilt/remanufactured one

Aug 23, 2008 | 1998 Nissan Altima

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