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95 Nissan Altima turns over great, but will not start.

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For an engine to fire you need 3 things; fuel, air and spark. I assume your air filter isn't extremely clogged so let's move on to fuel and spark. You could have a clogged fuel filter, water in the line or a bad fuel pump. Turn the key to accessory and listen for a whining noise from the fuel tank area, that would be your fuel pump. If you don't hear anything it could be that. If it's water in the line go to walmart or auto zone, buy some ISO HEAT for like $2 and pour it in the tank. If it's spark, your battery might be in such a weakened state that it cannot produce the cold cranking amps needed to start your vehicle. Try attaching jumper cables to another vehicle and see if it works

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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SOURCE: '97 nissan altima, brake lights not working, wire

Lets keep it simple if the wiring harness is in good condition lets not look at that... first check your fuse if the fuse is good... check for power... if you have power coming and going from the fuse then check your brake switch ( located under the dash) attached to brake pedal. Please make sure your light bulbs are both good also. If your brake light switch is good and you have tried everything else it is either going to be in your 4 way switch or wiring harness

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SOURCE: 95 altima 2.4L stalling problem

Sounds like it could be a vacuum problem somewhere in the system, which when you reach a certain speed (or any depending on the leak) the computer feeds the engine more or less gasoline, making the engine stall.
There's a few other problems that could be causing this as well. Bad fuel mixture (bad gas), there could be a crack in the fuel line, which is letting in air thus causing the fuel pump to lose its prime.
Do you receive any error codes/any 'check engine' lights?

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 Altima: My 1999 Nissan altima is making a loud whining noi...

you call it the serpentine belt, we call it the fanbelt.it,needs tightening,slightly loosen the alternator, then pull away from engine and tighten belt, tight enough when you can move longest part of the belt, between pulleys, 1/2 inch in/out.
if squeel re occurs fit new belt.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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93-2001 are the same if your talking about the 2.4 liter dual cam motor. Some of the sensers are different as you might need to use the old ones but they'll fit right in. 02 changes to 2.5 and nothing works and the 6 won't fit either. If your manual trans yu need one that's for a manual as the crank is different but the manual engine will go in the automatic, ou'll need to use all the sensers from the old engine or new ones for the old engine as the different model years the computer is set differnt. ( some may work). Check the parts s guy if their the same for both you'll be fine. Don't froget to fix the reason the old motor failed ( bad raditor timing belt coolant senser, exhaust restriction) or your newer motor may fail too.

Posted on Jan 28, 2011

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SOURCE: 93 nissan altima died on the road, won't turn

If it just up and died on the road and will not turn over now even with a jump it almost sounds like you engine may have locked up on you. But it is hard to tell without actually seeing the car. For your sake I do hope it is a different problem. I would like to help you out more. Can you be more specific as to what the car did when it quit on you? Did it make any sounds or anything? Did it quit when you where actually driving or were you sitting some place at an idle? I look forward to hearing from you.

Posted on Aug 27, 2011

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