Question about 1997 Nissan 200SX
I just want to have it fixed there are decently nice speakers in and I want my car to be able to use them haha.
Go to where you purchased the aftermarket unit as most shops have professional fitters on the premises to fit it after purchase.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dash boar is electric. the fuses for that are on almost under the dashboard. like in fron of the drivers left leg there is a cover you have to pull off. but you may need to replace the cluster.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
SOURCE: My 1996 nissan 200sx won't start
If the starter fluid worked for a little and the engine died again, it may be some of your filters. Check the air and fuel filters and replace them if they are dirty or haven't been replaced in a long while. This is the most common reason a car won't start.
Another idea is the engine may have been flooded. If you have a fuel injected engine, don't pump the fuel when trying to start it. The fuel pump primes the engine all on it's own. If the engine is already flooded, push the fuel pedal all the way to the floor and hold it there while you try to start the engine. This bypasses the priming and opens the air to blast any unburned fuel out of the cylinders.
Check to make sure you are getting spark with an inline spark tester (at auto parts stores) and if not try replacing (in order) the spark plugs, wires and (depending on your engine) the magneto's or distributor cap. Ask the auto parts store if they can look up if you have a distributor-less ignition or if you have a distributor.
So, first the filters (air and any fuel [there may be more than 1]) then check for spark and replace the spark plugs, wires, and magneto/distributor cap.
I hope this helps and good luck! Don't forget to rate! Thank you!
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
I had the same similar situation not to long ago....I thought it was the starter so i took the starter completely out and had it tested which i found out later i could have it tested while it was still in the vehicle...;) Anyways it said my starter was good...My car radio, lights, and everything electrical came up fine...but when i tried to crank my car nothing would happen...no noise whats so ever...I found out that there is a button behind the clutch pedal....you gotta kinda lay down where you put your feet and look up there is a button that suppose to push in when you push the clutch in and it engages some kinda of saftey switch to ensure the the vehicle is not in gear....it cranks up perfect after that i just glued some plastic piece on it to make sure the button is being pushed when i put in the clutch......PS Of course this will only be the issue for Manual Transmission
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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