This there a way to ground as a test? Alignment is out also,but,not bad. There should be very good instructions on how to locate and replace online. The check engine light came on the same day, so I checked the codes and it showed bad crankshaft sensor. You can bypass it and the starter will engage. Also the batt is dead, I have charged it but its not doing well.
Its easy to do and will take about 30 minutes to do, its just a pain to get to. Every engine requires certain functions to be able to run. I will check the fuses, also, had my wife try and start the car while I was in the back seat listening for the fuel pump and I could not hear anything. I have a 2005 Nissan Altima 2. I will read it when I have time and let you know if I have any questions. In my opinion this should be a full fledged factory recall. Simply knowing fuel pump is energized does not guarantee it is working.
I took it back into Nissan, they exclaimed that there was nothing to fix. If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money. Hi, I have a 2003 Nissan Altima 2. I went and bought a new battery hoping that was the problem, but it wasn't. Last time I bought the cluster and repaired myself.
In some cases I have to let the car sit for 40 minutes before getting it to start up. When you turn the key you hear the starter but the engine doesn't want to catch. Rear brakes need work also. Is a 4 hour drive. It occurs from 10mph and above,getting worse as they heat up. I thought it was the crank sensor and cam, but that didn't fix the problem.
I might just have to take it to the shop. But the car still will not start. It recently just stalled at idle at a red light, I feel the stall was because it was really low on oil lucky I had some in the trunk and topped it off. It would still keep cranking and not start. Also now my batt is low with all the starting or non-starting. Get the Engine Control manual and follow procedures. Check to see if there is power to it when the key is turned.
Two of these times with no power to get out of the way almost caused a wreck but pedal finally engaged. Check again to see if you hear the pump run. I have had problems starting my car. We have the same problem. I have a problem starting it only now that it is cold outside. The car was running fine, I parked the car, turned it off to go into the store when got back in the car it would not start. Car was hard to start about 10 months ago 44000 miles.
Hello all-- My 2003 Altima 2. First, you don't have to crank engine to hear if fuel pump is primed. I thought it was the battery, so I got someone to jump my car off and it started but only remained running for about 15 seconds then it killed out. Been driving fine, I reset the light and when the tank gets to half the light will come back on, does not bother me. The issue only occurs after I let the car sit for 20 min or so after driving the car a few miles and want to start it again , but if I let it sit for an hour or so it starts no problem. If none found, check for power supply at one side of the injector with the key on. I am sure once I look for them I will find them just have not had time to do anything yet.
Driving along foot on accelerator -no power -my son and husband pressed their foot all way down on the pedal does nothing. Replacing the timing chain components is a normal maintenance task for engines with your mileage, and needs to be checked out before driving the vehicle further causes engine damage. The lack of power has happened five times. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We offer help in answering questions, clarifying things or giving advice but we are not a substitute for an on-site inspection by a professional. Sounds like that is what it could be.