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2004 Nissan altima will not crank all the time, the battery, alternator are good. What else could it be.

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Check for faulty starter relay, corroded battery connections

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Sounds like a failed alternator to me. The alt powers everything when running. If failed the battery takes over, then dies leaving no power source and no start. Charge the battery start the car and put a volt meter across the battery. When running it should read 13.5 to 14.5 volts. If it is reading around 12, your alternator has failed.

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sounds like you have a crank sensor problem. I would go to an autozone and get he could pulled for free and see if it is either a p0725 or p0335 and check back with me.

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It may not start now because the battery is completely dead. Take your battery to an auto parts store and have it checked. Chances are, since 2004, you may need a new one. Good Luck

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I would be looking towards the crank angle sensor failure. Its located right above the passenger side drive shaft, where it goes into the trans. Good luck

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