Question about 2007 Nissan Maxima 3.5 Sl Sedan
My battery died and i drove the car for 15 minutes on the alternator and now it will start
Fully charge the battery, then load test the battery and see if its still good.... if no good replace battery.....also check charging voltage
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2002 rendezvous.
The next step would be to pull down, and inspect your ignition switch.(Electrical switch not the tumbler itself.) This switch is located on the steering column itself under the steering wheel.The upper and lower steering wheel cover will have to be removed to check this.The ignition switch(electrical) controls a LOT of the electrical distribution throughout the entire vehicle.This is an easy inspection to perform, and this just might be your concern.If you have a loose pigtail at the switch itself, then it very possibly could be your constant hot lead supply from your batt to your pigtail connector on your switch itself.Do check this out and get back to me.I hope I could help, rate me accordingly, Thanks!!
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
Take it back to where you got it and make them refund your purchase price. If they refuse and you finianced it go to them, There a law called "The Lemon Law" that makes it unlawful to sell something like that. Sounds like you sure bought one. Don't do anything to it just get hold of the place where you bought it and tell them to come get their junk out of your yard! dhgill1949
Posted on May 22, 2011
SOURCE: History: 2 days ago the
Replacing the fuse the first time was the right move, becuase it could have been a fluke that it blew. Replacing it again and again was not! You should have found out EVERYTHING that the #2 fuse controlled and verified that the components weren't pulling excessive amperage (shorted condition). By replacing the fuse over and over, you might have made the problem worse by subjecting good components to something that was shorted.
BTW next time pick the oldest guy at autozone to help you, if the counter help knew their stuff they would have told you the same thing I just did!
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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