Question about 2005 Datsun 210
New battery but still nothing
Try tapping your starter motor and solenoid gently with a hammer. If the brushes or contacts are worn out this will give you a few more starts. Remember to only tap on s solid part and stay well clear of the electrical connections or you will damage something. If that doesn't work you have to start troubleshooting by testing for a voltage on the solenoid when you turn the key on to the start position and work back from there.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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