Question about 1995 Nissan Maxima
First of all "THERE IS NO LINKAGE TO THE STARTER AT THE LEVER THAT YOU ARE REFERING TO" No such thing. Its all electronic.So tell this guy to stop blowing smoke. Sound to me like you have a problem with the ignition switch. Not the switch itself, but the white round cylinder at the end of the ignition assembly. There is a whole bunch of wires (red, green, black with yellow stripe etc.) at the end of the ignition swithc assembly. That switch unscrews from the ignition assembly. Sound to me like you need to check that area and possibly replace that switch. Switch costs about $50. That's where I would look. By you moving the lever to lower the steering down, you must move something under there to make the car start and that something is those wires coming out of that switch. Its white and about2 inches round with harness coming out of it thats about 7 inches long. Good luck and let me know what you find.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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