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find it on shifter proubly under the automatic clevis take the knut off the shifter crank clevis remove the cranks take the 2 switch bolts off the switch pull it up and off spray with pb blaster move the switch back and forth get the pb blaster into the switch body and work it back and forth try putting it on after this and adjusting it is it starting now? if not take it of use a big screwdriver to turn it while someone holds key to start position if it starts starting then you have found the sweet spot lol" you may use the car with the switch off and turned to this spot until a new switch can be purchased
When you say it won't start do you mean nothing happens when turning the key car won't turn over if so then more than likely your starter is getting bad and when the starter quits spinning it probably stops on a bad spot on the brushes and looses it's connection if that's the case next time vet someone to turn the key while you take a hammer and hit the starter right on the side of the body don't hit the solonoid but if it starts right up then it's the starter going bad replace it.
You have a direct short. Take the bulb out of dome light, inspect the socket. Try putting fuse back in while bulb is out. If the fuse blows again, Id say it's in the wiring from the fuse box to the the switch. If the dome light fuse also covers other electrical things, such as lighter, check the socket at all points. You mentioned that other fuses were replaced as well? Which ones, and why did they blow? Sometimes it could be moisture entering your fuse box, or condensation near the computer, but is sounds more like a short. Could be as minor a a bad ground wire, or a chafed wire. While you are putting the fuse back in, it will help to keep your eyes looking around the fuse box for sparks as soon as the fuse goes in. You should also listen for that electrical snap. If this doesn't help, I'd suggest taking head panel down and follow and inspect the wires from dome down to the switch. Then from switch [ which could also be the cause ] to fuse box. look for hot spots, arcs, and bare spots. I hope this helps you out. keep me informed
I would use a yard blower to blow air around the windshield and have someone inside notify you when you blow air on the right spot. Once you have located the correct spot, you can use RTV to seal around that area to prevent air from getting between the glass and the trim .
I hate to tell you this, but you will have to take the trans out again and put the fly wheel into the right spot. there is a dowel that keeps it in the right spot. that fly wheel if keyed to the crank shaft. It is very important to make sure that you put it back the same way you took it off and it is very easy to put it on the wrong way/wrong spot if you are not paying attention.It will go back together just fine, but the actual fly wheel it self is in the wrong spot on the back of the crank causing the cam angle sensors codes. Trust me i have seen it done. You dont have the flywheel in the right spot on the back of the crank 100% guaranteed solution. Been doing this with Nissan for about 16years. Good luck.
The problem lies in the drivers door as a rule,all the power to all the windows go to the drivers door first and then on to the other doors.You either need a new window switch for the drivers door or the wiring to or from the switch has broken over the years of pivoting between the door and the fender.If you put the key to the on position and move the wire harness around by grabbing the rubber cover that is over the harness between the door and the fender while someone holds the switch for the rear window in the up position you may be able to find the sweet spot in the harness to get the window to go up,if this is the case then you will need to pull the rubber cover off of the harness and visually inspect the wiring to check for breaks.You can use **** connector to do the repair and you may need a short piece of wire to get enough room to it crimped.Re-tape everything and put the rubber boot back in place and your good to go.
Is the stick moving? or is it 'stuck' in the reverse position as well? There are adjustments but it seems more likely that your 'stick' has come unstuck from the gear levers that actually put the gears in the right spot. Have someone look at the transmission while you move the stick to see if the levers are moving and put your response here.
Have him ensure that EVERYTHING lines up EXACTLY just right. It helps to try to put the transaxle back in the right spot if it is actually in gear....... he can actually also try to have someone just tap the key to turn it over a bit as he tries to put it back in. This may line it all back up right.