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The Security Indicator Light illuminates to indicate that the security system is either working properly or to let you know that there is a fault in the system.
If the Security Indicator Light is flashing with the key out of the ignition lock and accessory position, this is a normal sign that the alarm and the immobilizer system is active.
While starting the car or key in the "run" position, the security lamp should illuminate briefly then go out. This a "bulb check" and is also normal.
If the Security Indicator Light is on steady with the key in the "run" position, and the vehicle won't start, there could be a fault with the system. In this case, the first thing to try is a different key to see if this starts the vehicle. If it starts, the key is faulty or the system has a problem with that key. If you are still getting a no-start with the light on steady, the system is at fault and will need to be inspected.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 97 nissan maxima wont start
go to your pass side door and with the battery connected and lock and unlock the car with the key till the alarm turns off from the pass side
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
SOURCE: 1993 Nissan Altima The security
Yes, the security system shuts power to the starter and fuel pump. You can try disarming by unlocking and locking the doors the power door locks switch (depends on model). Place the key in the ignition and set to ON, ALL doors closed!! Cycle the locks using the power locks button on the driver's door "lock" then "unlock" if this doesnt work, try same method with the ignition OFF. Otherwise your security system is malf.
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
SOURCE: 1997 Nissan Quest wont start
If you tried jumping it and it still doesn't start, then it's not your battery. There may be a problem with the solenoid/starter. Try tapping the starter a few times with a metal object (tire wrench or something), but not too hard. Then try starting it again.
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
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