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Same issue I have a 2005 altima and it take it a long time to crank, if it cranks at all. Plus my "service engine soon" light is on. Any thoughts??

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  • MISTERKRONIC May 11, 2010

    get the codes from the check engine light, have you had any work done to the throttle body like a fuel injection service, if so you might need to get the computer reprogramed, check codes

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Read the code first. Auto zone reads them for free, and gives you a read out. Don't listen to the sales attentant advice tho, most of them are just trying to sell you a part. LOL

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