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I have a 95 nissan altima, its battery went dead two days ago and we jumped it and it started fine and ran fine. Last night it started sputtering and stalling. now everytime i try to start it it runs real crapping back fireing through the engine and stalls everytime i try to give it gas. what is this things problem, possible jumped timing?

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Make sure the battery and alternator is working. Get battery and alternator checked. It did not jump timing. Autozone will do it free and Walmart will check your battery. Lets try this and get back with me

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2003 nissan altima 2.5L 4 CYL would'nt w'out jump.replaced battery and car was fine for two days. On day 3 , after car was sitting for 15 hrs dead again!garage cant find whats drawing when car is off


Do you see a brake light on while driving? That could be a bad alternator.

Ask your garage to perform a parasitic draw test - you could do this with a multimeter, as well; it sounds like something is draining your battery while off - it could be any fuse and not obvious like with lights on/etc.

I would 95% positively guess this is the issue due to time frame. If the garage doesn't know what this is, take her somewhere that does. Shouldn't be costly, either.

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Have to do a Parasitic Current Drain Test, to find
the circuit with the fault,then component test items
in that circuit

You have a module,relay or other item, not timing out
or going to sleep

You can have failed switches in the doors,failed alternator
diodes,many things that can cause that

Even the Evap System, which on some cars, run tests while
your sleeping, can be at fault

Check for OBD Codes in all Modules, with professional scan tool,
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i think you just need to get a new one

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You can't do any testing, until you have a battery
that will take and hold a charge

Then you move on to testing the Alternator,then
Fuel Pressure & continue on with other testing

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Went to start my car yesterday and it wouldn't start. Got it jumped it worked fine. A few hours later started it again and radio went dead car went dead what could it be?


sounds like alternator may not be charging check voltage at battery while engine is running need to see at least 13.1 volts if not have alternator checked and or replaced

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Alternator keeps going out


Have your battery checked before you put any more alternators in the car. If your battery has a dead cell or just needs replaced it could be making your alternators cover too much slack and burning them up.

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2005 nissan altima won't start, clicking noise is heard


It sounds like your battery is dead. You may be able to fix this with a jump start if you left your lights on over night. If a good jump does not work it may be your starter. but you should start with the simple and cheap solution first. Try having someone jump start your car.

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Check your battery fuse mine just also did that and it was the fuse under the hood. Location of fuse box is by the battery and it should be the big fuse close to the middle

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