Question about 2004 Nissan Sentra
Check for spark. use an inductive timing light on a plug wire while your trying to start the car and see if you have spark. if you do the next place to check is the fuel system. it it getting to the cylinders. just because the fuel pump works doesnt mean it is pumping fuel to the motor esp if fuel injected which requires a pretty high pressure of fuel delivery compared to mechanical fuel pumps. get back with me after you have checked these two items if it still wont fire or run. good luck. remember dont open up the fuel system and have any exposed fuel while trying to start the motor. very high risk of fire or explosion with this combination.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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