Question about 1996 Nissan Pickup
This could be a number of things. Lets start with the wiring coming off the battery. The Nissan truck has a junction of wires at the battery, follow the red (positive) cable away from the battery. Check all the wire connections here looking for a loose connection or burnt looking wiring. If you have a test light or volt/ohm meter check voltage on the ign. coil positive side to ground looking for voltage. If the voltage is dropping out as the engine stops, that is the ign. circuit from the switch.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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