Question about 1991 Nissan Pickup
Lights draw about 5 amps each.
a starter pulls 200 plus amps so sometimes low current things work. hook up a good battery and try it.
is it auto?look for a problem with the neutral safety switch,put in neutral and see if it turns over.if it is a standard,there is a switch on the clutch that is connected to the starter circuit,make sure it is ok.these things are all possible...battery,cables,,starter and solenoid, ignition switch,safety neutral switch.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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