Your starter could be shot
Why is your 1993 Altima Nissan making a clicking noise but does not start?
A bad crankshaft in a 96 Altima could cause the engine not to start. Depending on the crank damage, the engine could start but not run properly.
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When this happened on my 1999 ml 320, it was the crank shaft positioning sensor. After replacement-problem solved.
Maybe its the starter?!?!?!
overheated and wont start
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.
Put gas in it - idiot
Start by checking the temperature sensor for the computer
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If the radio has a security code you will have to insert the code for the radio to work.
it doesnt like u
likely explanation: dead battery, either in the car or in the remote
Because you can't drive a stick, and its a hard carto drive stickin and first is geared lower.
put in the stock radio, does your car start, if it does then its the radio causing the problem, if not then more problems then the radio. if it does start with the stock radio in i would think the aftermarket radio is causing some kind of fault in the car, perhaps the radio is sending a faulty message in the i-bus telling the car not to start. i would jump out any bus wires so they are not routed through the aftermarket radio and see what happens. good luck.
Crank but not start and run, possible. Not to crank, start or run, no. No lights or horn, no.
Probably just an adjustment of the switch.
check the starter
Only if and when they start leaking and go bad
change the blue box maybe.
Possibly has an electrical draw from the radio.