I have a 94 nissan pathfinder its cutting off n it wont start i've had a tune up oil change u name it i've had it they told me it was my starter i brought a brand new one its still not starting right up it takes may be ten times then it will start and i took the old one back nothin was wrong with it can anyone tell me wats goin on??
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I had a similar problem w/ my 94 Pathfinder. The problem was a cheap security system that was offered in that year model and the wiring between the ignition and the starter was run through this system. The dealership was able to by pass the security system and this fixed the problem. For years other mechanics told me it was the starter but I knew it was something else.
Check tightness of the clamps on battery & make sure the earth cable is tight from battery to engine, also check tightness of nut holding the cable 2 starter motor if all ok there its most probably the solenoid on top of starter motor replace this with new all will b ok.
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Q. you have a nissan pathfinder 2001 and when i start up the car early in the morning the rpm goin up and down
A. When you start your car check you oil preacher gage and see if it is jumping if it dose check you oil dipstick it mite be low on oil or time for a oil chang. If you car is not low on oil or your oil is not thick and creamy or watery then thar is a good possibility that you oil pump is on it's way out
I'm having the same problem. The dealership keeps telling me it's the starter. I've replaced starter and still have the same problem. I have had all the wiring and new key swith put in and still have the same problem. I guess were in the same boat!!!