Question about 2009 Nissan Murano SL
Everything on the car turn on but the car wont start. There just a quick noise and nothing happen. The car just hav all the lights on the dash turn on with silent. But when trying to start I can hear the fan start but nothing else.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power door locks dont work
hello on the door locks not working could be a couple problems open the driver side door and were the door hinges are there is a small tube with wires in there that runs from the door into the side of the kick panel inside of the car these wires are your windowns locks and more now were the door open you will have to cut tube with a razr knife so you can see if any of the wires are broken now if there is no wires broken now the power door lock actuators inside the front right-and left door could be bad or the door look swiches this is not unlikey you can check this by removing the door panel you will see a rod or cable going from the door lock down the bottom of the door
now on the key not working that sounds like the door lock rods there that hooks to the lock on the inside of the door is off or one of the plastic clips that hold the rods has broken if it is not locking or unlocking your doors it is not unlikey for both sides to be broken you will have to remove the door panels to check
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Nissan Maxima will not
HI there .... by the sounds of what you are saying, you have a bad starter. One way to find out for sure is if you can get at the starter, tap it with a hammer and then try starting or have someone try to start the car while you are tapping on the starter. if the car starts then you have a bad starter and need to replace it. Hope this helps you out
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Surely sounds like a low voltage issue. Relays commonly flash between open and closed when the power drops below 10 volts. Also other indicators in your descrp. explain the same. I would suggest giving the battery a good charge. Also if you can get your hands on a multi-meter and verify voltage that would be good. You can get one at walmart for around 10 bucks. Volts DC is what you want. Besides if you get it you'll def find other uses for it. Let me know if you need farther help
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: 97 quest wont start
I experienced similar problem, all electrical functions are working but engine does not start, the problem was the strat coil (I guess the right name is the "start up motor") which did not activate, so the shaft does not engage with the engine. In this case I did not heared any sound, only the fuel pump while turning the car key. I hit softly the coil body (start up motor) and then started the car. I had to replace the coil for a new one and the problem was permanently fixed (around 10 months already since then).
I Hope this help.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Quite often after a car has a couple of years on it, a piece sheet-metal, like a cowling, will work loose. The reason it quits is because your car warms up and starts to run smooth. To see what it is, you need to open the hood and then start the car and look and listen under the hood for what is rattling. Carefully push on each thing that you suspect is causing the noise. It will quit or change the noise when you find it. Remember your car is RUNNING and has spinning parts like the Fan Blade and Pulleys and Belts. Its starting to get cold outside so watch any loose clothing you are wearing when you
lean across the engine. If you find what is, shut the engine OFF, and see if it is something you can tighten or maybe replace. It is sometimes a very tedious task finding what's making the noise. Some times it is the engine itself that is the culprit. If you deduce that it is the engine it surely wouldn't hurt to have it looked at by a Pro.
Hope This Helps,
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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