Did you try jump starting it? If your answer is yes, you may have blown the main fuse. The main fuse usually does not have a transparent window. It is a completely black or gray square fuse. The only way to test it is using an Ohm meter doing a resistance check.
It's under the hood fuse box which is next to the battery.
There is nothing to reprogram except the radio presets and the clock.
If you leave the Ingition Switch on without the engine running. The battery will go dead. Then you will have to get a boost or charge the battery to get the engine started.
Nothing as long as you did not then connect the other cable.
No, changing the battery has no effect on how hot or cold the engine runs. The battery has one purpose and that is to store electricity that is used to start the engine and run the electronics on the vehicle. The alternator keeps the battery fully charged.
Try the starter relay next to the battery, there are 3-4 relays mounted in a holder next to the battery, one is for the starter, I think it's the one closest to the battery.
Ground? Any good bare metal point on engine or frame
it is possible for the unlock side of the switch to be bad and it has nothing to do with the battery
Battery and brake light coming on means the Alternator is not charging the battery . It could either mean a bad circuit connection or the alternator is just shot. Have the Alternator checked.
The battery fuse is located on the front of the battery on a 96 Nissan Altima. The fuse is the middle one.
Battery light usually means alternator not charging. Most common solutions would be be a bad alternator, bad connection, or loose alt belt.
Chang inf a battery on a Nissan Altima is very easy. You will need to remove the bar that is across the battery and then disconnect the battery cables. After the cables are removed, you will take the old battery out and put the new battery in place.
Any place that sells batteries can tell you the correct size battery for your Nissan.
Yes. The Nissan Leaf runs on just electricity.
Could be anything electrical drawing current. Alternator could be bad, glove box, trunk, hood light not going out. The battery or cables being very dirty can give the battery enough connection to ground and drain the battery. Battery itself could be bad and not holding a charge.
check the connection on the end of the pos(+) and neg(-) battery cables. sometime the car won't start if the cables are loose or corroaded. this may get you started I hope it helps.
under the passenger seat
batteries will cost from $65 to $175. Anyplace that sells batteries can give you a price quote. Know that you do not have to buy a Nissan battery at your Nissan dealer. Any battery of the correct size will work just fine.
Time to change the battery
Medium-heavy duty battery.
Its the alternator, it is not charging the battery. Happened to me recently.
There is no OBD connection on a 1990 Nissan as that is an OBD1 vehicle not OBD2. However there is a way to read the codes. https://codes.rennacs.com/Petrol-Engine/Japanese-Korean/Nissan-Engines.php
alternator is not working so your battery isn't getting a charge
Get your alternator tested at autozone,its free,and check your battery too.
Take the old dead battery out and look closely at it. The Type is written on the battery.