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How to replace starter on 1999 Nissan Altima

Car with standard transmission starts when doing a push start but starter won't turn

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You need to Replace starter or have battery checked for proper volts.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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97 Nissan Altima won't Start. It only clicks once when you turn the key. It has a manual transmission and won't even push start. Any idea's?


One click and no start? Sounds like a starter issue. Make sure that your battery is fully charged before you do anything. If it is charged, make sure all of your battery cables are clean and tight all the way down to the starter. You can also have you battery and starter tested at almost any auto parts store. The transmission is a totally different issue.

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When a car overheats it can do serious damage to the engine internals, including completely seizing the engine. It is common for overheating to blow a head gasket which would explain the bad starting. Unless you know how to diagnose these issues, you will need to take it to a repairer for an assessment. Be prepared for some very bad news.

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2005 Altima won't start, hear clicking sound coming from fuse box,key stuck in ingintion,won;t turn over,tried to jump start.


the clicking that you hear is coming from the starter relay. sounds like your ignition starter switch or ignition lock cylinder is bad.

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first thing to do is to add a relay in your starter. relay should be connected to the solenoid of your starter then giving it addition amperes to let the starter motor running.

if adding a relay does not do the trick. replace the carbons bushings in your starter.

another problem should be your ignition timing. if you are experiencing hard starting only when the engine is hot, then your ignition timing is overly advanced.

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My 97 nissan altima will not start and all the lights and alternator and battery is ok. It is a standard can push start by popping the clutch.


it is possible that the starter or solenoid for the starter is bad u will most likely end up needing an entire starter though. the least likely cause is bad electrical connection at the starter

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Replacing a starter for a 1999 Altima


  1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
  2. Disconnect starter wiring from starter.
  3. Remove starter retaining bolts and the starter.
  4. Reverse procedure to install.
the bolts should be on the drivers side.
you will have to crawl underneath the car to do this task

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