I have a 2007 Nissan Altima 3.5 V6 with the push button ignition. In the last 2 weeks I've had to get a jump 3 different times when my car wouldn't start. It does make a clicking/ticking noise though when I press the start button. After each jump she starts fine for atleast 4 days.
We took it to Autozone where they tested the battery and alternator and they were both good.
Could this possibly be the same brake switch problem that a lot of people seem to have with this car?
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There is a special procedure involved in keying your fob to your car once the battery has been changed. You must lock and open the door with your key. Turn the ignition to "on"(not start) then push the fob's open and close button, then shut off ignition. This procedure is done everything the key battery is changed. Hope this can help you! ------------ Motorcycle Diagnostic Scanner
After 2002 Altima offers two types of engine: the new 4 cylinder 2.5 L QR model engine which is fairly powerful (175 horsepower) and, I believe, one of the best engine in its class the 3.5L V6 VQ model engine with 240 horsepower. The same V6 model as in in the Nissan Maxima, Pathfinder and Murano. Both engines feature continuously variable valve timing using a silent chain instead of timing belt. Throttle cable is gone - the throttle operates electronically by wire based on gas pedal sensor readings. This design provides smoother transmission shifting and lower emission. The 2007 Nissan Altima 3.5L Sedan, has a Timing Chain, and an Ignition Coil Pack. NO DISTRIBUTOR.