Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
Car turns over but does not start. Has spark, and new fuel pump and filter. All the plugs have been replaced too. Tried 2 ENU's and still no luck. Has good compression on all six cylinders. Nobody can figure this out for me please help.
Tried it no dice!...but good guess!
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
Try testing the crank position sensor
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
There was a common issue on these vehicles involving the ground from the transmission. The negative battery cable bolts to the transmission. Over time the mating surface of the trans to the engine will corrode causing a voltage drop between the engine and trans. This throws off the 180 signal from the crank sensor and the car will do exaclty what you are describing. The absolute best fix for this is to remove the trans, clean the mating surface on the engine block and the trans, chase the trans mounting bolt threads in the engine block and bolts, apply some dielectric grease to the mounting surfaces and reinstall transmission. I know this is a big job, but many have tried to short cut it with no better results.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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