Question about 1999 Nissan Altima
Hello i need some body tell me where is located sensor fuel temperature on 1999 nissan altima
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
A TPS will not cause a no start,so the 1st thing u do here is stop guessing and do the proper tests, the 1st test to do is check for fuel pressure, your discription sounds like a failed fuel pump, get a can of spray starting fluid from the auto parts store and spray that into the intake air pipe to the engine, if it starts and stalls right away then u have a fuel pressure issue most likely due to a defective in tank fuel pump, next have the OBD 2 electronic engine control system tested for fault codes, u will need to buy a fault code reader, the connector that it plugs into is right in front of the steering wheel under the das, the code readers are about $40 from Kragen or Autozone parts stores, let me know what happens.
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