Question about 2000 Nissan Maxima
I had the starter batery and the ignition switch checked and all are good
The main fuse may have blown, or other fuses may have blown - check that they are all ok
Do the electrics work? (do the oil and ignition lights come on when you turn the ignition on?)
The connectors to the Starter Motor may not be secure, or there may be a break in the wiring. Are the connections to the Starter Motor all present. Are they wired up correctly.
Check the earthing points and earth cables, especially those between the engine and the bodywork. A poor or broken earth connector or wire can lead to the problem you outlined (there may be an earth cable connector retained under one of the bolts that secures the Starter Motor in place.
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