Question about Bedrug 2000 Nissan Frontier - Crew cab - Truck Bed Liner
Was running ok with no problems
There are four (4) basic requirements for a gasoline engine to start & run: (1) clean fuel, (2) air, (3) compression, and (4) Spark. Since you say there is no spark, there are several possibilities, the most likely one being a defective ignition coil or a loose or broken wire leading to the primary side of the coil. On newer vehicles (your 2000 Nissan qualifies) you also have an ECU (engine computer) This opens up a whole Pandora's Box of possible things that could be shutting down the ignition system and preventing the truck from starting. If the vehicle has been in a flood and in deep enough water that it entered the cabin area (passenger compartment) then the ECU may have been damaged. Ask around to see if someone has a code reader and can read out whatever ECU codes are set. The results of that may also lead you in a better direction. (Autozone will do this for free if you can get the vehicle to them. They may also be willing to loan this instrument to you - deposit likely required). Sorry I wasn't much help, but engine problems on newer vehicles can be difficult to diagnose.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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