It seems that your Ignition Switch is erratic. Monday I drove to work no problems. The injector gets unplugged and the noid light gets plugged in to the injector clip. It is hard to believe the new starter is bad. You can have all the fuel pressure in the world, but it wont matter if the injector is not pulsing gas into the cylinder like it should. Do You have a cracked or clogged cat-converter or Muffler? Would they set a code if defective?? This is where many people say that they know the battery is good….
Replaced the ignition, no luck. When I came out it would not start and is now in my garage with the battery cables unhooked hoping that wll work. That night I when I turn the key the car sounds like it's going to start but it didn't. You can also check if the relay is operational or not. I replaced the starter on Saturday and everything worked fine Saturday and Sunday.
To do this I unhooked one coil stuck a screw driver down the coil and held it next to bare metal while I tried to start the car. In the morning I am going to try to turn the starter by running the power directly from battery to rule out the starter. You may have partially blocked injectors or even faulty electrically injectors. I had no clue it flowed with the key only in the on possition. If they don't come on or they are very dim then you may need to charge or replace the battery. If its… If the 2004 Nissan Maxima won't start and won't come out of Park, one thing to do would be to try moving the steering wheel back and forth while trying to move the gear shift out of Park. If they dim when you turn the key, add a set of jumper cable and try tapping on the starter with the jack handle while someone turns the key over who ever turns the key over needs to hold it over until the vehicle starts.
Since none of the plugs is firing, problem may be with the power supply or ground. After reassembly, you can test the starter operation. This is a long post but I'm trying to cover everything. Maybe you left yoru lights on. The fuel pressure fuse for the 1995 Nissan Maxima is in the fuse compartment left and below of the steering wheel. You might have something in your gas line.
You access it from underneath the car; remove the driver's side splash shield on the bottom of the car and look up. If that does not work you may have to replace the ignition key cylinder. We tried to jump it but didn't work, the battery is 1 year old. If it's cranking the only thing we actually know is that is has power. You just hook up the gage and see what the reading is.
I have 2 I30s similar to 4th Gen Maxima and in both cases of starting problems, the starter only needs cleaning and lubrication. Why replace the computer 3 times? Any number of other things can be the culprit. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The remote start switch would not work either. It stalled when I tried to start it the first time and stalled the second time. I turned the ignition key and the car started so I turned it off and tried it again and it would not start.
Car started on the first crank. On a car of this age, even once you get it running, best practice is to remove all the injectors from the fuel rail and send them out to a lab such as for service. If so, drain the tank, replace the fuel filter and clean the fuel system. First check the big three: Air, Fuel, and Spark. I have, since then, gotten a new battery, starter, and today I replaced the camshaft pos sens.
Make sure the starter is secured since it will move during testing. I pulled it out and took it down to Autozone to have it tested and it worked okay so I put it back in and hooked up a remote starter switch to it and the starter would turn but not engage the flywheel. The check engine light has been coming on and I coded it. Hi my Nissan maxima 1997 is having some problems like idle is very low when the engine is warm! As for the fule shouting out of the filter, i definitely learned my lesson. Have someone else turn the key to the start position. I tried starting in neutral then all gears. If this does not help, You can contact me through 'My personal message board'.
Some car keys have a computer chip in them to prevent theft. If you have further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to re-contact as we are always here to help you. I have done a decent amount of mechanical work on cars, but not much to do with electrical. Tell them to round to the nearest nickel Posted on Aug 09, 2013 I can guarantee your car keeps cutting off because there is a problem with your crank sensor. About a month later, same scenario except this time it would not start with the battery charger.
One thing in common is that every time except once the car has been warmed up then shut off anywhere from 15 minutes to a couple of hours. If voltage is present but low, check for smoke after 30 seconds of holding key in start position. Now I'm thinking we are checking for a spark the wrong way 7. I assume that is what is happening with your car. Do you know what type of test they perform to come up with the diagnosis? After you've eliminated all of these components, then you're looking at a bad computer. The next step is to isolate the problem beginning at the spark plug and working your way back. If you've eliminated the plugs and wires, then you check the coil packs, connectors and wiring harness.