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Nissan Almera... | Answered on Feb 26, 2016

you really should have removed throttle body to clean properly. The fuel intake system is probably full of the cleaner and other crud now and you might get it started by holding pedal to the floor, while cranking.
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Nissan Almera... | Answered on Jan 23, 2016

sound like a safety system to prevent unwanted people to enter the car. many places have cheeky theft problems from cars

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Nov 29, 2015

Most vehicles with timing chains have a cover over the chain that it attached to the oil pan. There are gaskets that have to be replaced between the two and removal of the pan is recommended to do this properly. Trying to avoid it can result in a number of issues, from gasket material falling into the sump to oil leaks from not having the lower part of the cover sealed properly.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Oct 22, 2015

you can remove the central locking fuse , this will stop the lock/unlock constantly , the problem is usually with the drivers door lock mechanism , that is perhaps why you cant lock/unlock with the key, lock from inside vehicle and get out passenger side, that lock should work with the key until you get the lock changed on drivers door

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Jun 11, 2015

Does it crank over If no, then try jumping it from another car.
If yes it cranks but doesn't fire up, try spraying a small squirt of starting fluid into the air intake. If it fires up then dies it is a fuel problem. Very likely low on fuel or fuel pump circuit.
If it cranks but doesn't start with starting fluid there is a problem in the ignition-spark system.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on May 06, 2015

There are hundreds of reasons for the check engine light to come on. Hook up a scanner, read the diagnostic trouble code/ codes and put here to correctly diagnose the problematic area.
Just to pull you out of your problem, my conjecture is that there might be some problem with your throttle body system.
To delete the error codes, simply remove the negative battery terminal for more the 5 Sec and then reconnect.
It should work fine. If the problem persists, contact a qualified service personnel.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Apr 16, 2015

So many possibilities, but I'd guess a fuel pressure problem. Before starting it next time turn the key to on for a few seconds, then off, then on a few seconds, then start. If it starts better you have a weak fuel pump or the fuel pressure is bleeding off somewhere.

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Nissan Almera... | Answered on Mar 30, 2015

Hi , possible causes for your problem could be , a blown fuse , blocked fuel filter, fuel pump relay, the crank or cam sensor, a faulty pump or wiring supplying negative or or electric voltage . The ultimate would be to have a diagnostic scan and a mechanical error trace done.
Hope this helps a bit;
Regards Higgins, Diagnostician at Autocom SA. Cape Town

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015

contact the dealer with serial number some will give code free some wont

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015

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