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Test battery, and check for loose connections. Check starter fuse & relay. If you don't hear clicking sounds while trying to start the car then most likely it's a bad starter relay. If your getting voltage to the starter but no click then you have bad starter.
you can not see the starter on your vehicle from the top. you need to get under the car to see it. its right above the r/h (passenger) side axle, where the axle is going into the trans. this starter is also not that easy to replace for a novice or someone that does not work on cars. good luck.
The starter is to the left of center near the right trans-axle. You cannot see the starter from the top of the motor.Thanks.On older model cars The starter motor on the Nissan Altima is located on the front of the engine and can be changed from the top of the engine compartment.----------Thanks.
Check tightness of the clamps on battery & make sure the earth cable is tight from battery to engine, also check tightness of nut holding the cable 2 starter motor if all ok there its most probably the solenoid on top of starter motor replace this with new all will b ok.
Nothing by either party was said about the starter. The battery and wires can all be in great shape, and if they are and the owner hears a clicking noise when trying to start it its a pretty good bet they may have a starter that's locked up.
One good 'ole trick on those starters. If you can reach the starter, a couple of sharp rapes with a hammer will have it starting again, then you know it time to replace the starter.