Dead battery, faulty starter, or defective ignition switch.
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It seems that there could be a problem with your starter. It happened to me too.
Defective Starter solenoid or ignition switch. Ignition switch is bad.
It sends a power to the starter relay/solenoid to engauge the starter. Know that the ignition switch is not what you put the key in and turn. That is the lock assembly. The ignition switch is located lower down on the steering column.
How change my ignition switch nissan 2001 sentra.
You have a starter/ignition switch mounted in the steering column and you have a starter solenoid switch that is mounted to the starter.
The 1995 Nissan truck starter relay switch is located in the fuse box. The starter relay switch will be in the third column.
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Probably not a bad ignition switch, but more likely a bad starter solenoid. It takes a lot of current to get a starter to turn, to much to go through such a small switch like the ignition switch. The ignition switch actually controls a relay(solenoid) which can handle the needed current to get the starter going. On a lot of modern cars the solenoid is built into the starter unlike older cars and trucks where it was mounted on the firewall between the battery and the starter.
The 1997 Nissan Maxima. Reverse solenoid switch is located on the starter. The solenoid switch is attached to the side of the starter.
Not to bash on the last answer, but, the starter solenoid probably isn't at fault here. If it will start with the screwdriver then the starter solenoid is functioning. It either does or it doesnt. The answer lies in circuitry back from the solenoid to the ignition switch. You could have a bad ignition switch or neutral/safety switch.AnswerDefective starter solenoid.
Begin by removing the retaining ring at the top of your 1993 Nissan Quest ignition switch. Slide the ignition barrel out. Remove the wiring harness from the end of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install your new ignition switch.
Loose or corroded battery cable? Bad starter solenoid? Ignition switch?
It will not engage and send current to the starter. You will not hear a click or anything else if the ignition switch is bad. With your headlights on when you turn the ignition if the lights dim is it not the ignition switch but more than likely a bad starter. If the lights do not dim it is more than likely the ignition switch.
First you must start by removing the entire ignition, itself, on the Nissan 200SX. It should be fairly easy, you will just need the correct tools. Once you have bought the new ignition switch, attach it to the ignition and then re-install the ignition into the Nissan 200SX.
when you start the car up that's your ignition switch is located...
It is false that the stat ignition switch position only activates the starter motor.
No noise when you try to start the vehicle usually indicates a dead battery, or a loose or disconnected cable/wire at the starter, solenoid (starter relay switch), or ignition switch.
You can find the 1991 Nissan starter motor relay switch in the fuse box. The starter motor relay switch will be in the third column, second from the bottom.
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The problem lies in the ignition switch - had a Nissan pick-up that did the same thing.
This could be a bad ignition switch, ignition relay, or ignition fuse.
might be starter relay, or the crank circuitry from the switch or to the starter from the relay. I would trace back from the starter to the starter relay back through the neutral safety switch to the ignition switch.