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2005 Nissan Titan. When I turn the key all the gauges and radio work but the starter just clicks. If turn it several times it will eventually start.

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Go to Autozone,they will check your battery and alternator for free,takes just a minute,sounds like your battery has a dead cell,barely enough to start,also check both cables,may be loose or corroded,but,the best place to get battery is Walmart,get mine there.

Posted on Oct 19, 2013

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The starter on the 5.6 L engine is located at the top of the transmission bellhousing. You have to remove the upper intake plenum to get to the starter. You can't really see the starter until the plenum is out of the way.

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It sounds like your battery is dead. You may be able to fix this with a jump start if you left your lights on over night. If a good jump does not work it may be your starter. but you should start with the simple and cheap solution first. Try having someone jump start your car.

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