Question about 2002 Nissan Sentra
I just had it painted so it had been disassembled a bit
after painting and re-assembling I have:
no power to rear turn signals
no power to headlight
starter switch is not activating the starter
bought a new starter solenoid but still has same problem
try to start it normally and nothing
it will jump at the solenoid
fuses in the fuse box are all good
there is a starter control relay that makes me wonder
and of course the starter switch itself
it all worked well b4 I took it all apart except the headlight had recently lost it's low beam
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 Nissan Exterra won't start
Run a jumper cable from your positive side of battery. to your starter incomming large post...be careful....It will spark big time. If the started ingages your selenoid is cooked and needs to be replaced. Be real careful or you can cause harm to yourself as well as your car
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
im a mechanic who owns a1995 pathfinder, had the same problem.your trouble is in your daytime running light module. try giving it a tap, bet they will come back on
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Nissan Sentra won't start
Check a couple of things: 1. check battery voltage at terminals.(part of battery) 2. check battery volts at attachment clamp ends of wires.3. check battery volts using positive terminal and block as test points. 4. same test, only use starter end of (+) lead, instead of battery. These readings should be within .5 volts of one another. If nothing unusual found, make same tests while someone turns and holds key in start position (when in "no start" condition) If test 1. shows large voltage drop (below 10.5V), it's likely you have a bad starter. If voltage drops suddenly and reads far below 10.5, check connections. When running, voltage should read about 13.5. Whle running, turn on accessories. if volts slowly drop off and go below 12.5 you have a bad alternator or slipping drive belt.(will usually get noisy) One thing: Interstate makes a very good battery but, do not ignore the fact that even so, it can be defective. Have it load tested to make sure it has good internal (cell to cell) connections.
To me, what you have posted sounds like a connection "breakdown" somewhere (this happens when system is loaded. but follow what I've said and you will get a better picture of what's going on!
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
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