Likley a starting motor problem Likley a starting motor problem
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Start with checking the battery terminals for corrosion, then the wires going to the starter. Be sure everything is clean and tight. Also have the battery checked
this happened with my 94 sentra just before the alternator died... i would take it to a parts store and have them test the battery and alternator.
could be a bad alternator or battery
You can't. It's electronic.. not battery operated.
its in the engine carpartment beside the battery
The starter relay on a 1995 Nissan Sentra is called the Ignition Relay. It is located on the fender wall in the engine compartment behind the battery.
have the alternator circuit checked
It is the starters breaks after it finishes starting the car. It is normal and it is ok.
The horn fuse is located in a box under the hood near the battery.
Most alternator or battery shops will test it for free.
I replaced my 1996 Nissan sentra XE automatic engine for $700 plus shipping. I bought my engine at Japan direct. That was two years ago.
You, in all probabilty have either bad battery connections, a bad battery or the start solenoid. I would say the connections are the problem.
definetly, bought a nissan sentra for my son, has 280 thousand miles on it, as long as you take care of the engine it will last. Engine is wonderful. runs superbly
If it won't turn over then suspect the starter. Check for power at the starter itself.
Nothing as long as you did not then connect the other cable.
In the fuse box under the hood, right next to the battery
Either your battery is discharged or dead. caused from 1) alternator not working or 2) Battery life span is over - recharge battery at Any auto parts store . if not recharging . replace battery .
To reset the check engine light first lift and prop up the hood of the 2002 Nissan Sentra. Then proceed to remove the negative battery cable for five seconds.
No - the 2000 Sentra has a timing chain. No - the 2000 Sentra has a timing chain.
i put ad battery cable on wrong and it blow sum of da fuses were can i slove this problem
Follow the positive battery cable all the way under the engine until it ends, where it ends, that is the starter.
AnswerIf its not the battery, or alternator. Check your ground wire, down by the starter, to make sure its not loose.
replace the battery