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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1993 Nissan Maxima, Non-Start
Hello, I would assume this is a starter problem. You can go to Autozone and get a free diagnostic of your electrical system for free and tell you if your starter, alternator, battery is bad and/or if you have any trouble codes present in your system. I would also check your battery connections to see if they are tight and I would also check and see if your starter cables are tight as well. I hope this helps you and Good Luck!
Posted on May 20, 2009
check the fuel pump relay! It sounds like it is one of your relays. If it was an electrical or sensor problem, the check engine light would be on.
Posted on May 22, 2009
Replace the battery it has a bad cell. When you got it started the vehicle charged it long enough so it would start for your mechanic. But it needs a battery.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
SOURCE: I have 2008 jeep
I haven't heard about any recalls for this problem on this vehicle. It could be a faulty ignition switch or if you have an alarm installed on the vehicle a faulty alarm circuit or Stater kill switch. If there is an alarm installed and it is not a factory alarm unit remove the in line fuse from the alarm power wire or cut that wire and that should take care of the Starter Kill switch. If the alarm is installed and it was included in the vehicle by the manufacturer it is part of the ECM and a lot harder to get around. Try replacing the alarm fuse you may have a weak fuse link. There shouldn't be a short in the positive batter cable but that is a slim possibility so check that for wear marks and possibly for it grounding out. You also want to check the fuses and relays under the hood in the power distribution center located there. I had a vehicle once that had a short on the positive cable that ran from the battery to the starter. It caused this exact symptom. If all of this is good, have the starter checked. Remove the starter and take it to auto zone, they can test it on a machine there. If you eliminate all of these you are left with the ignition switch itself, it will need to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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