Question about Nissan Sentra
First of all , are you getting any gas ?? I would take the plugs out and smell them and see how they look. If they smell like fresh gas it's flooding, if black with carbon build up ? It not burning well , it should be a brownish color,like a tan. Clean or replace
Posted on Jan 24, 2015
It is fairly hard to diagnose from this,but I am assuming that it ran ok the last time you ran it.It may be flooded.hold the gas pedal to the floor and crank the engine.Do not be tempted to lift your foot or pump the pedal.It may have to crank for 20 seconds or more,but it should begin to fire up, first 1 cylinder,then 2 etc,again do not lift your foot until it is firing on all cylinders and revs up cleanly ,then lift but keep it revving a little until all gas is cleared and the plugs arent fouled.
hope this helps or get back with some more information
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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