Clutches and Flywheels
Nissan Stanza
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If a Nissan Stanza will not start could it be the clutch sensor?


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2011-09-12 21:11:56
2011-09-12 21:11:56

hi i have a 92 Nissan stanza and the problem was the fuel pump...i bought a fuel pump and replaced it but still there is no gas being pumped in to the engine...what else could be the problem?

  • I replaced the pump
  • I've checked the fuse under the dash it's still good
  • and also i don't know how to check the relays if it blown or what
  • I've cleaned the filter

what else could be the problem i mean the engine turns over and it wants to crank but it wont.. it only needs gas

  • could it be the relays
  • could it be the spark plugs
  • or the pump

Please email me back my email is and my name is Scott


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