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Hello I have a 2002 Nissan Altima 3.5 recently the radiator cracked. I replaced the radiator drove the car for about an hour. The next day I went to start and it just continues to crank but won

Hello I have a 2002 Nissan Altima 3.5 recently the radiator cracked. I replaced the radiator drove the car for about an hour. The next day I went to start and it just continues to crank but won't start.

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'02 Altima ignition system got wet? Maybe have an undiscove
red leak?

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SOURCE: replacing the radiator system for nissan altima 1998

Drain coolant from the cooling system. White plastic drain plug in bottom of radiator.

take off bottom rad. hose and top rad hose.

All wrenches and sockets are either 10 or 12 mm. Remove air shroud from around radiator and fan.
Sometimes its easier to remove fan too.

If its an automatic, remove 2 rubber hoses at bottom of rad.

remove 4 bolts top and bottom that hold rad. in place.

reverse order of parts. Fill with coolant and check for leaks.

That is the basics of it.
Bill

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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could be cam sensor fault or just even ecu may need remapping

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SOURCE: Low idle and hesitation when driving

i had a similar problem, with a different car though, and it turned out that the seals in the fuel pumps had been eaten away by the ethanol in the fuel i was using. i had the fuel pumps replaced as well as the filter and switched to a different fuel that contained no ethanol and i haven't had a problem since.

Posted on Jan 29, 2009

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switch on your car but don't start it, let it stay in that position for a few minutes. after start your car, if starts without problems then your problem is your fuel pump. but if problem is still there then it could be your fuel filter or timing of your car.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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SOURCE: My 2009 Nissan Altima won't start.

there could be a number of reasons why. Many factors must come together for an engine to successfully start. The energy flow sends a spark from the battery into the electrical components of your engine. The air flow pulls in air, filters particles from it and mixes the clean air with fuel in the carburetor or fuel injection system to trigger the small charge that forces the engine to start. The fuel flow pulls in the gas, filters impurities from it, and sends it to the right component.

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