IF YOUR MODEL HAS AN INLINE STARTER RELAY (BIG BLUE IDENTIFIED IN ENGINE ROOM) IT MAY HAVE FAILED. IF NOT THEN CHK FOR POWER AT STARTER, IF IT HAS POWER THEN STARTER IS BAD.
Starter lockout relay, next to the battery.
The 2001 Nissan Altima GXE might make a clicking noise and then turn off because of a bad solenoid or bad starter. This sound could also be due to a weak battery.
Remove the positive battery cable from your 2001 Nissan battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
The starter relay can be found underneath the hood on a 1991 Nissan pickup. The starter relay is beside the battery on the passenger side.
follow the positive battery cable to the starter.
Follow the positive battery cable ; it will lead you to the starter. Mark
You need to check your starter or your starter selenoid.
Follow your positive wire from battery and it should take you to the starter that is hooked to the transmission.
Remove the positive cable from your 1995 Nissan Pathfinder battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
If it won't turn over then suspect the starter. Check for power at the starter itself.
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.
weak battery or bad alternator.
unbolt it from underneath. remone battery first
Follow the + battery cable should connect to the starter relay (solenoid)
I just had the same thing happen with my Nissan. Your car died because your battery is bad. The clicking sound is also because your battery is bad most likely. It could be your starter, but always start with the cheap and easy fixes before moving on. If it's not you battery it is either you starter or your ignition.
On the Nissan NX Coupe the starter is located to the right of the transaxle and to the left of the air cleaner. The air filter will need to be removed as well as the battery to access the starter motor.
Starter solenoid? Follow the + battery cable should connect to starter solenoid usually at top of starter or at inner fender
Clean the battery cables.
In the right fender right behind the battery
Just follow the positive cable from the battery. It will end at the starter where it fits into the flywheel housing.
Maybe your alternator needs replacing.
The starter relay, solenoid or starter itself most likely is bad. If you hear clicking from the starter when you turn the key, then the starter is most likely the cause.
Follow the positive battery cable all the way under the engine until it ends, where it ends, that is the starter.
passenger side, on fender well by positive side of battery. ;)
check the starter