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1999 Dodge caravan, rattled a bit before i shut it off, now not starting, tried jump start but it's not even trying to turn over


Starter or solenoid. My neighbour the 'car whisperer' tapped mine with a hammer and it worked for a few more trips. It eventually died away from home.

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I have a 1999, Chevy Malibu. I can start my car but it dies right away. Also my fuel gauge shows that I am empty and I know I have gas.


i have a chevy malibu . ican start it but it dies right away .i have changed the fuel pump and the fuel filltor. i am not getting aqny gas.

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2004 Nissan Maxima RATTLING NOISE from ENGINE


I have a 2002 maxima with 75k mile and heard a rattling which died down after it warmed up.

It was a bad timing chain pulley. Don't wait too long before fixing that!

Jan 29, 2010 | 2004 Nissan Maxima

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97 plymouth voyager starts but dies right away


I would start with checking the fuel filter. After taking it off try blowing through it. Should be very little resistance.

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Tapping noise when first cranked


The Nissan motor that came as a V6 will rattle on start up if it has the wrong oil filter on it or the wrong oil or oil that needs changed badly 10-40 resists rattle better than 5-30 and works good in motors that have some miles on them. Does the oil light go out right away when the motor starts? Change the oil first with the right oil filter before you try anything else.

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Rattling noise during start up. I turn the key and there is a loud rattle noise when the car first fires up. When the car fires up it sounds like I have my foot on the accelerator as it revs up at first...


check your starter and see if it is loose, this will cause it (starter) to use more amperage to start which leaves less amperage for the rest of the electrical system (maybe the long start problem too), hope this helps, let me know

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