Question about Nissan Pulsar
Treid to jump start a 1988 Nissan pulsar but hooked the wrong terminals + - now nothing Where is the fuse I need to look at..?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Jump Started, Now More Problems
If you are lucky, it probably burnt a/or some fuses somewhere (probably higher amperage fuses, or a Maxi fuse (large fuse), or it might have burnt a fusible link (which looks like a normal wire and varies on locations depending on vehicles but is designed to melt and prevent current flow in the event of a current overload)
But, you also might have fried some electronic modules...
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
SOURCE: nissan pulsar wont start
Replace the sparks plugs, if the car is failing on one cylinder it will be hard to start.
Check the air intake and the air filter, if air filter is dirty replaced, only to test the car try starting with intake open and no air filter, if it starts it is an air intake problem.
Check the fuel filter and check that fuel have pressure, if fuel has no pressure it is either a faulty pump or an obstructed pipe.
Common cause for car not starting is distribution, with distribution rotor you often have to replace distributor cap or coil.
If it is electronic distribution you have to scan distribution module.
If you have an anti theft system, this can also cause the car not to start, usually you unlock anti theft with car key.
If it is none of the above, it can be a car computer problem, the car computer module (ECU) can be scanned using a code reader at any good garage, in this case the mechanic will get error codes from car ECU and be able to troubleshoot further the problem.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
When the battery terminals were replaced, be sure to check that all the wiring was correctly installed. (Pos+ to Pos+ and Neg- to Neg-, etc.)
Sounds like something got missed and the ignition system is not working... be sure to check the main fuses and replace any that are blown.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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