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Car won't start and sterling will not turn and security light blicking
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 Nisan Maxima
Your issue may be the switch inside the drivers door handle, where the security switch is located. It's mounted to the back of the lock cylinder inside the door. It most likely fell off the lock and it is stuck in ARMED position, not allowing the car to start. Remove door panel and look at the lock on the back and check it. The alarm switch is a small white plastic piece right at the back of the lock and it has wires coming out of it. Check it and let me know what you have found.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
at the base of the steering column there a orange and white wires these two wires come from the ing switch, you will see the connector that they go to disconnect that take a ohm meter, take the leads one lead to one wire the other lead to the other there should be res, if there is not, try a different setting . take your ing key on the the key you will see a chip take two leads from your meter and either side of the chip place the leads you will see a res reading, you should see the same at the orange and white wires . if you do not replace the ing switch the switch will come with these wires. replacing the switch takes a couple specail tools good luck and let me know how it gose
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: SL2 ? 2000 starting problem
I had the same problem at one time and what the problem was is a short or an exposed wire connected to the starter which causes the voltage to fluctuate which in turn activates a security feature that stops the flow of fuel to the injectors. The car actually senses the possibility of a spark which could possibly ignite the fuel and be a fire hazard. If you turn the ignition on and off repeatedly after a certain amount of time the car will start and run fine. It is a very intermittent problem.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
had same problem new key stillsame. Eventualy traced to 1 broken wire in ignition cyliner Steering wheel has to come out. cylinder taken oot and resolder wire. Smart locksmith repaired under 2 hours.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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