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Hi. I have a 2006 Armada, still under 40 000 on mileage. But sometimes the engine just doesn't start. It cranks but there's no ignition. The first time it happened, nissan changed the sending unit. A few weeks later it happened again and they changed the fuel pump. Another few weeks later, it happened but then after an hour, the engine started. Is it an electrical problem? Nissan seems clueless.

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Tell them to replace the ecm relay....actually there should be a recall campaign for this on your vehicle.

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Wer is the ECM relay located

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