Question about 1987 Nissan Sentra Wagon
Hi, please check the (starter motor main heavy cable feed and (the altinator feed) this is linked)) for loose or dirty connection, may be printed circuit fusebox feeds broken or burnt gerry
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no power to the fuse box
i think it has 2 boxes. but id look at the ignition switch. do the headlights work. and is there a big fuse very close to the battery you might be over looking. and a lot of time the fuse box gets power from the starter. check to see if you have power there. and does this truck turn over good luck
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
It would either be under dash or on side of kick panel, or behind or under glove box. Also under hood in black box on firewall.
If you find the fuse and it is good, than I would check the fusible link that runs off battery and heads to ignition system. The little black fuse inside fusible link can blow while jumping or connecting battery cables backwards.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
The wiring diagram I found shows it on the same fuse as the clock and cigarette lighter.Not sure if that right as they show the Spetrum and storm as having the same wiring.But if thats not the one,yes somewhere there should be a fuse.If you find it blown replace it,if it blows again you're going to have tofind where the short is.
Posted on May 15, 2009
There is also an ignition relay, a coil, and the wiring harness it's self. Check to see if the ignition can be by passed by using a test light first to find the hot side of the ignition fuse. See if there is power there it should be constant all the time but it only makes the connection when you turn the key. If it does it's probably your relay. You are aware that there is two fuse blocks for the ignition. If there is no power to either fuse block i would buy another ignition switch (you can always take it back).. and if still nothing i would replace the harness.. hope i could help. oh one other thing check the ignition module.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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