It sounds like your belt is loose or the brushes in the alternater are worn.When you hit the gas,the belt tightens some & on a higher rev,the battery puts more fire to the alternater but weak brushes wont accept it.Good luck, Cliff,Nova Scotia Or it is as simple as a fuse getting ready to blow!!! JUST had this problem yesterday!! For a few days it would take a few seconds for the power to kick on inside after I started the car, then yesterday NOTHING!! It was one of the fuses in the fuse panel in the engine right behind the battery! 75A Autozone didn't have it have to order it! Til then I have no gauges or lights inside or out!! But the car starts! Krystena,WV
nissan 240sx. it turns over but wont start
The problem lies in the ignition switch - had a Nissan pick-up that did the same thing.
If it won't start!
Ashort in the wiring/ brain could be fried
Problems like that are often difficult to chase down. It's probably electrical, so try to find an electrical diagram for the vehicle and track the power wire back from the keyswitch. Run it, let it fail and repeat the process until you can track it down to a single connector or switch.
Nissan 240SX?? lol
Yes the ecu will work. First disconnect the battery and connect the new one then reconnect the batter. Start up the 240sx and it should work it not it needs to be diagnoste goggle 1990 240sx ECU CODES FOLLOW THE STEPS AND THAT SHOULD WORK I know cause I'm using a 1992 ECU FROM Nissan Stanza. I was told it's alittle advanced on the horse power side and idle moves quicker.
Ensure power steering fluid is to full mark. Start engine. Turn wheels slowly all the way the right until they hit the stop and hold for a minute, then slowly turn all the way to the left and hold for about a minute. You may need to repeat a couple of times. This should bleed the air from the system. I don't know of any vehicle which has a bleeder valve for the power steering reservoir or power steering system.
The boot process is the start up of a computerized system. The booting process can be difficult after electrical power or simple when those power-on correctly.
Brownout is an electronics term. It describes a reduction in available electrical power.
batteries power your electrical start in your car and powers flashlights and cell phones
It will eventually run out of the stored electrical energy and will not power anything. You car will not start.
To change the bellows on a 1993 240SX Nissan you will need to jack up the car and start by removing the shocks. You may want to hire a mechanic to do this as a functioning set of brakes is very important.
Your car won't start. No electrical items will work (radio, lights, power windows/locks...)
Automotive batteries are simply electrical storage devices. They store electrical energy for use next time you need to start the engine. The ALTERNATOR turns mechanical energy into electrical energy to recharge the battery.
Low battery power, or probably a loose battery terminal or ground wire. Follow and check em all...!!
Carrier generators can be used to maintain electrical power during short and extended power outages. It can automatically sense when power outage occurs and will start working 30 seconds after power shorts out. Generators are stored outside of the home.
that's not a question. questions usually start with how, who, what and why. but if you're wondering if you have one on your car yes you do
hard starting or it fill like you run out of gas. it will turn but won't start.
Start at the basics. Bulbs, fuses, then you need to get serious and check wires and connections. It is best if you have an electrical tester to check for power.
You only work a couple days a week, you start a hearing when you feel like it, and you have the power to change people's lives...
Words never to start a sentence with are: because, and, but, or. Hope it helps. (These are a couple commonly used words, but there are a couple more.)
probably it had no gas or it was just to old
Have you plugged in the little red wrist strap key? this is an electrical shutdown.