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It gets fire but doesnt crank up. Its not the fuel pump or the timing belt. When the car did run it was barely going anywhere. Has a hard time shifting and going up hills. Help because now i cant get it to move at all

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Electrical is the weakest part of a system-plugs wires and distributer system may be bad-the voltage to plugs maybe low-bring it to or test yourself-shifting is electric controlled meaning you could have bad alternator. many books in library under 629 section

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1999 nissan maxima dont start but crake


The first step is to determine if it's a spark, fuel, or compression problem. Here's a quick way to find out which of the three is missing. Remove a plug wire, insert a Phillips screwdriver or spare plug piece of bare wire into the plug wire boot and place the end near the engine block (do not hold the plug wire while cranking the engine unless you want a shocking experience). If there's a spark when the engine is cranked, it has ignition. The problem is either fuel or compression. If the engine has an overhead cam with a timing belt, loosen the cover over the timing belt and check the belt. If the belt is okay, the problem is no fuel. Listen for the electric fuel pump in the fuel tank to make a buzzing noise when the ignition is turned on (you may have to open the gas cap to hear it). You won't hear anything if the pump has died. Diagnostics can now be focused on the fuel pump circuit to determine if the pump, relay or wiring is causing the no start. If the relay has voltage but the pump isn't running, you'll probably have to drop the fuel tank to check the wiring connector at the pump. If the problem is no spark, anything in the ignition circuit that creates the spark may be at fault. Use your AutoTap Express DIY to look for an RPM signal from the Crankshaft Position sensor while cranking the engine. A bad Crankshaft Position sensor is a common cause of no starts. The signal from this sensor goes to the PCM or ignition module that switches the ignition coil(s) on and off. If you have an RPM signal, a bad ignition module or PCM may not be switching the coil(s) on and off. Using a voltmeter, check for voltage at the coils with the key on and while cranking the engine. The voltage should be switching on and off. In ignition systems with a single coil and distributor, a bad coil or a cracked distributor cap or rotor can prevent the spark plugs from firing. On multi-coil, distributorless ignition systems and coil-on-plug systems; one coil failure may cause an engine to misfire, but it won't prevent it from starting. What's causing the no-start? All engines require three things to start and run: spark, fuel and compression. If any one of these isn't there, you aren't going anywhere

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Car just died while driving. Will turn over but,doesnt sound good. Fuel pump is working. Oil is normal. Will turn over but,wont run


possible broken timing belt
possible crank/cam position sensor
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How to get it to fire...has new timing belt ,new fuel pump,new crank sensor,,,,turns over but no spark


Spark problem could be unrelated to timing belt change. Test ignition module (most parts stores will do this free), test coil.

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Hi have no spark and fuel pump not working


For the fuel pump to turn on the PCM will need a crank signal without this signal it doesnt know your running and so no activation of the fuel pump so 2 componenet of concern the timing belt and a crank signal3_25_2012_11_13_29_pm.jpg3_25_2012_11_13_48_pm.jpg

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Replaced crank shaft sensor, both timing belts, made sure the timing marks were alined proply, tryed to crank car got fire but car will not crank, may not be getting fuel, is the a fuel shut off, if so...


No fuel shut off, but you can jump the relays,You did the timing belts, how about the cam sensor are they hook up? cycle the key do you hear the fuel pump go active? you should, you need to check injector for pulse , there should be a shrade for fuel pressure check ,push the shrader down does fuel come out,

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Here we go:

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timing marks are correct. Cam is in time with crank.
proper spark plug wiring sequence.
look at actual timing.

Car does not have to be running to check the actual timing. Hook up timing light and crank motor. Light should flash so you can look at timing marks to see if you are "Close enough" to fire off.

If cam and crank are not in time, you may have bent the valves again. Check compression. It will tell you the answer.

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Does the engine sound different when it cranks? It might be a timing belt concern? Remove the oil cap and look for the camshaft.(you might need a flashlight).Have a partner crank the engine and watch the cam. If it stays still you have a bad timing belt.Let me know what you find.

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