Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
These vehicles have COPs (Coil over plug) type ignition coils. Each cylinder/spark-plug has a single coil on top (4cyl=4coils/6cyl=6coils) They usually dont all fail at the same time. Check the spark plugs if you are getting no fuel or no spark. Also these vehicles are known for crankshaft position sensor failure. This sensor controls the fuel injectors, if faulty here are the typical symptoms: Hard/long starts, random stalls, bad gas mileage, no start (but cranking), misfire, random misfire. Fuel pump is within the fuel tank below the rear seats
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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