Question about Nissan 300ZX
We have to assume the battery is usable, if not, anything else doesn't help. A couple of possibilities- First, get a simple, cheap device that uses a 9V battery and the car's cigarette lighter to prevent losing anti-theft codes.
Once this is plugged in, remove the negative battery cable first, then the positive.
CLEAN the battery connectors and terminals.
Try to start the engine.
If it still does the same thing, remove the negative battery cable again and follow it to its next connection and clean that point.
While it is off, remove the other end of the positive cable which goes to the starter terminal and clean both points.
While under the hood, look for the cable connecting the engine block to the body of the car and clean both ends of that cable.
If the problem is still there, it can be related to one of these; the ignition switch, the starter solenoid or a corroded fuse connection. The starter is not protected by a fuse but the solenoid may be.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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