Question about Nissan Frontier
Posted by Anonymous on
You must have a defective battery cable, check for acid intrusion into the positive cable, it will be a *********** and the copper conductor will look greenish.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Given the steps you have taken, only one of two things this can be is a resistive connection between the battery and the starter solenoid terminal. Or the battery itself has a bad internal connection. Bear in mind: you cannot crank the engine through the average set of jumper cables unless the battery in the dead vehicle will hold and deliver a good charge. Jumper cables are not really intended to start the car, they are for boosting the good, but low battery in the car being jumped.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
does the vehicle have an anti theft device on it if so it may need to be reset. usually all you have to do is unlpug the negative batt cable. for about 5 mins.and reconnect it. if this does not solve the problem look i the owners manual to see how to override the system.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
check your battery find someone with a load tester, or parts store if battery checks out good and all cables are clean your starter is the problem just because you replaced it doesnt mean its good .
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
I would remove the starter and hook the wires back up and while it is out of the engine try to start the engine, if the starter spins then it is good and your problem might be that it was in a bind or the motor is locked up. I am assuming that the starter is brand new also, if used or refurb you might take it to a parts store and have them put it on a tester.
Posted on Jul 05, 2012
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You need to put shims in between the starter and the engine block.You should be able to pick them up at your local auto parts store.
Posted on Nov 01, 2012
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