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Open the trunk of your car. And on the left side close to the hinge that holds your trunk lid open there will be a small round opening. Look inside the opening and you will find a red button. Push in to reset. This is called the inertia switch. Which was designed to cut off your gas source to your vehicle in a collision. If you do not find it there refer to your owners manual. Once it starts , if it cuts out again easily replace the switch. It can be a headache if you just keep resetting it...
Is the lid lock tang on lid broken.
2.9 Lid Lock
The Phase 7 Washer uses the same lid lock that is used on
the Phase 6 series 11 & 12 machines. The difference being is that the lid is now locked for the entire cycle. When the lid is locked the Lid Locked LED will illuminate. Once the spin
has completed, the lock will release and the lid can be
opened. To open the lid during the cycle the
START/PAUSE button must be pressed, the machine will
come to a halt, and the lid locked LED will extinguish.
If the lid is left open, the machine will be unable to lock the lid
and the cycle will be halted. The machine will play a tune
and the lid lock will flash until the lid is closed and START/PAUSE is pressed.
• If the lid-lock fails in the closed position, the locked lid can be forced upwards and out of the
lock. Note: This is the only time in which we would recommend doing this.
• If the harness is damaged, the complete lid lock assembly will need to be replaced.
If the power supply is cut during the spin cycle, the machine will keep the lid locked until the rotor has ceased to turn (3 to 10 secs). Only then will it release the lock. The motor is acting like a generator and allows the lock to stay energized under the bowls inertia.
tou can test this by jumping the lid switch , to do this you cut the 2 wires and twist them together . now this will not permanently fix this it will run a cycle and then fault out again . It has to detect a open and close of the lid . the switch is cheap and its a easy repair
does the key turn the trunk lock?if not theres one issue right there.the other may be that the valet lever on trunk latch assy. may have inadvertantly been engaged if deck lid was slammed closed.the release solenoid will make noise when activated by fob or lever in car but because of valet being engaged cannot release latch.does key unlock glovebox?if not this may also be a valet key cut.contact nissan dealer to cut regular key.ive seen the slamming the deck lid scenario a million times as the valet lever takes hardly any effort to engage.good luck and let me know how you make out.
This is likely a lid switch problem. They tend to get weak and work sometimes and sometimes not. When it stalls like that try pushing down on lid and see if it kicks in. If so you need to replace the lid switch
you need sto check your lid switch , open and close your lid a few times and listen carefully, do you hear a clicking noise?? if not the machine doesnt think the lid is down and wont spin for safety reasons, repalce lid switch p#3949247(if that vcorrect mod num lsq9564j