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Starting Problem I carefully read my car manual on how to start my 2008 S Versa Hatchback. The prescribed recommended version works fine on the initial start of the day. On the other hand, if I have to subsequently start it later in the day, it may require 2-3 attempts before I can get it to start. Please advise me and let me know what I can do the fix this problem. Thanks! LR

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  • onegear7 Aug 04, 2008

    Just wanted to report that I have what appears to be the same starting problem w/my 2008 Versa that I bought 1 month ago. It's at the dealer right now; I'll let you know what they say.

  • Anonymous Aug 19, 2008

    I just had my Versa in the shop for the same problem today. It would start fine when the engine is cold but had to try to start it at least twice when hot. My husband took it. The dealer said it was a recall...I don't know any other details right now but I will try to find out. I'll see if they left any paperwork with him.

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During my oil change visit, I discussed the problem with the service representative. They replaced the fuel regulator and it appears to be functioning well, so far.

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