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2007 g37: crank..Acts..im pretty sure i hear the fuel pump going

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Alright so 2007 g37. I push the start button and engine begins to crank. Acts as though their is no gas or spark but im pretty sure i hear the fuel pump going. Would any part of the alarm allow the engine to crank but not spark?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Nissan
Expert:  Mike O. replied 6 years ago.
Hi my name's Mike thanks for the question!
Is it the factory immobilizer system or an aftermarket one?
Expert:  Ryan replied 6 years ago.
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No the factory security system will not allow the car to crank. Are you sure you have a g37 because they did not make them in 2oo7.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
yea my bad it is a 2008 in looking at getting. but yea i push the button and everything sounds good but doesnt start. i was just wondering if it was maybe a common problem with those infinities or if i should just go through like the basics as in fuel filter and pump, fuses and plugs?
Expert:  Ryan replied 6 years ago.
No its not very common. It may be flooded, Try holding your floor to the floor on the gas hold the brake as well and push the start button. Let the car crank over a few times and then try to start it normally.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
alright last question. if that doesnt work what would be the next step?
Expert:  replied 6 years ago.
I would check for spark and then fuel pressure. You may have gotten bad tank of gas too.
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