Question about 1992 Nissan Pickup
Posted by Anonymous on
No , it sounds like a dead or dieing battery. Check the voltage first, it should be 13.5 volts at any given time. If not, it will not crank the starter, if the voltage is good, 12.5 and up, then check the electrolytic fluid in the battery, one dead cell is all it takes. Get one of those floaty ball testers, about $2 and check it out. If it checks out, clean the terminals again and take the cables off the terminal itself and clean that too. then bolt it back up tight, Tap the terminal down on the post with a socket or pipe, then tighten it. You should get it by now. You can try tapping on the starter, but you just replaced it. You can check that connection though. Hope this helps.
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