Question about 2005 Nissan Titan
If your vehicle prior to this incident was running fine with no noticeable quirks/problems etc. Then I would first check for fuel pressure as your fuel pump/relay or fuel filter may be stopped up. If that checks out ok then possibly your crankshaft sensor may have gone bad. An easy way to check both is to disconnect your air intake hose between your manifold and air cleaner housing have someone attempt to start vehicle while you squirt some starter fluid into intake (be sure to wear proper eye protection!!!) if it starts briefly you are not getting any fuel and if it doesn't I would first switch out your starter relay with another equivalent one just to test it out and then I would replace my crank sensor. I hope this helps but if it doesn't let me know and I'll try to help you troubleshoot further...
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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