Question about 2000 Nissan Xterra
I know its not the battery my battey brand new could it be my starter
Check and make sure the engine ground and frame ground are getting to the battery's negtive post and not loose. also make sure that the positive feed to going to the starter and it's not loose at the starter side. if they are good, then it might be your starter or the solenoid that is strapped to the starter.
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