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2005 Nissan Exterra won't start

New battery...push starts fine. Ignition good, signal to fuse good, starter good. Seems the signal stops between fuze and starter, but can't find a relay anywhere for this. Any ideas?

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Run a jumper cable from your positive side of battery. to your starter incomming large post...be careful....It will spark big time.  If the started ingages your selenoid is cooked and needs to be replaced.  Be real careful or you can cause harm to yourself as well as your car 

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    Your bad sellenoid may be located in your starter. If you have small wires connected to your starter then your sellenoid is located in your starter.

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Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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    Brian032472 Feb 01, 2009

    Horrible with this laptop sorry top relay on the right is the starter relay. Hope you can see this

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