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Nissan cefiro wont turn over on starter motor

Fully charged battery.

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SOURCE: Peugeot 206 starter motor not turning

put your voltmeter on the little cable that goes to the starter and check the volts there will turning the key to the start position if you have power ...yes its the starter...if you dont then it could be the starter relay

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SOURCE: Fully charged battery, starter just gives loud click. will run when not in car and hooked up to battery via jumper leads

check the starter solenoid

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is vehicle fiily in park position may want to see if vehicle will start in neutral

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First doublecheck 40 amp ignition fuse in battery fuse box. Then try jumping the solenoid and work your way back along the start circuit, checking the interlock and finally the ignition switch. For details, please see my tip at . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me with model, year and engine info.


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SOURCE: starter motor does not seem to engage all the time

Your starter solenoid/starter motor is going bad and needs to be replaced/rebuilt.

Usually it is the Solenoid as the contacts get burnt/eaten away, and not enough current can flow through it.

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