Question about Nissan 240SX
I would recommend that you start off by cleaning the battery cables, and inspecting the cables to ensure that there isn't any corrosion. If that checks out/is good, then I would recommend that you start checking the fuses. Start under the hood, pulling each fuse, and thoroughly inspecting it, and then if necessary, the fuse panel in the vehicle. If all of that checks out, then you have wiring harness issue.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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