Question about Nissan Altima
Sounds like a weak battery.
Take it out and charge it up.
Then put voltmeter across battery when trying to start.
Before starting it should read 12.5.
When starting should drop to 10.
If below 9 then either bad battery or excess starter draw.
If you stop cranking it should come back up to 12 at least.
If not, battery is not holding charge.
When it does start, must go over 12.5, and when reved, must go to at least 13.5.
If not, then alternator bad, or dirty battery terminals, engine ground, loose belt, etc.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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