It could be the alternator or an electrical issue
A service engine soon light on a Nissan Pathfinder can mean many things. There could be a bad spark plug or even an engine malfunction. A mechanic can run a diagnostic check to see what the problem is.
The problem with the Nissan Elgrand if it does not start when the switch is on could be a mechanical problem.
Check battery cables/connections.
There are many different reasons why the Nissan Altima won't start. It could have a dead battery, a bad starter or even the engine. It is best to take it to a mechanic for them to diagnose the problem.
No, but it could cause the check engine light to illuminate.
Well, It could be your battery or alternator or both needs to be replaced but it could just be loose or corroded battery cables
if it broke it could cost you several $g's probly bent the valves too
Your Converter Has Internal Melt-down. It Must Be Replaced.Your Car Could Catch On Fire.
you can get a service manual on CD which has EVERYTHING you could possibly need....I got mine on ebay.............
Check your ignition fuse,its in the fuse box,also,your fusible link could be burnt or melted,its connected to your positive battery cable,if burnt or melted,then its your problem.
could be a bad alternator or battery
Not quite sure of everything, but driving it in the heat for a long period of time could cause it to overheat.
Look on the right side fender (under the hood) right behind the battery, there should be a black box there with relays inside (fuel pump is one of them) and in one of these spots should be 2 15 amp fuses for the headlights. another thing to check is the headlight switch itself, take it out and if it looks burnt or smells bad that could be your problem
Its the ignition switch change it and that will stop the problem
There can be several problems if your Nissan Xterra runs smoothly for 20 minutes and dies. One issue could be your battery. It is recommended to take your car to a mechanic to verify if you need to replace your battery for your car. . However, if the problem is with your transmission that is very expensive fix that usually cost thousands to repair.
There is no problem...the problem was the alternator. You have fixed the problem.
replace the battery . it could be your battery is not genuine one . :)
your battery will make a big spark or your battery could blow up.
First, why was the battery replaced? If there was a pre-existing problem (like a bad starter, for example), replacing the battery will not solve the problem. If, however, the car started fine before battery replacement, then the problem could be that the battery terminals (clamps) were not sufficiently tightened. Don't laugh, but there have been instances where the plastic cap(s) covering the new battery's positive and negative terminals were not removed (duh!). Remove those plastic caps.
An auto battery could be leaking for a couple of reasons. The alternator could be overcharging the battery causing the leakage. Or the battery itself could have a short or other internal problem causing it to leak when charging.
It could just have a dead battery. If the battery isn't the problem, probably so.
it could be your mass air flow sensor
Have you checked your battery. My battery died on me all of a sudden and I could not start my car.
No problem if it's the same voltage, it will just last longer. But it might be significantly bigger, which could be a problem.