Question about 1986 Nissan Pickup 4WD 1986
You probably already checked, but 1st thing to do is make sure the battery is good, fully charged, and cables are clean at connections, and tight. If so, Pull the starter out and bring it to a parts store where they will test it for free and let you know if it is shot. You can also remove it, attach jumper cables to it (neg. to metal body of starter, pos. to connection where battery cable was). Stand back as when you touch the pos. cable it will (if working properly) advance the gear on the shaft in the starter and then spin (to crank the engine over if it was mounted in place). This is a rather violent and very quick event, so stand back and be careful.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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