Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi Im David, so its not even cranking now?
Im not a magician, you will need to do some testing. or do you want me to tell you a guess? sorry i dont guess.
if you are not willing to work with me here, then i can not help you. does its start with a jump? maybe just replace the starter.
check the fuses. check power to the starter, check power from the ignition switch. does the security light go out when turning the key to start.
do you have a meter? do you have a scan tool?
Rod, first of all, i didnt offer the phone call. the site does that automatically. i just need you to work with me here a little. if you dont have a meter, at least check the fuses that would interfere wit hte starting of the vehicle. i will send you a diagram of the fuse panel.
thats not the correct engine size as nissan didnt make a 1.8 for the altima
if its a 4 cylinder its a 2.4
A melted fusible link can be detected either by visual inspection or by feeling with finger tip. If its condition is questionable, use circuit tester or testlamp.
a. If fusible link should melt, it is possible that a critical circuit (power supply or large current carrying circuit) is shorted. In such a case,
carefully check these circuits and eliminate cause of problem.
b. Never wrap outside of fusible link with vinyl tape.
Important: Never let fusible link touch any other wiring harness, vinyl or rubber parts
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