They didn't do anything to help me except update my personal information. Have you found an ignition switch relay under the hood? If it's located at the same place and I would think it would be, you need to access it from under the car drivers side behind the front wheel. One of them is easy to see the other one isimpossible to see from the top but you can feel around and find itwithout too much difficulty. This is the second time this has occurred on this vehicle's stock battery. On the 1600cc black plastic valve cover engines from 95 to 99 Thestarter is under the air intake manifold between the block and thefirewall, it is removable from the bottom but the top bolt wherethe ground attaches has to be done from the top. Underneath thereis a strut in the way take off the two bolts and push it aside and remove the oil filter small tub to catch a bit of oil isneeded , unplug the one connection to the solenoid and unbolt thewire from the rear of it.
Replacement may involve removing a bracket that holds the throttle gas pedal in a certain position, because there may not be enough room to work with that bracket in place. I wouldn't try replacing this starter myself. Get a deep socket, knuckle joint, extensions, etc. This is ever bit as dangerous as gm's ignition switch problem causing engine shutdown. Is it the starter, the altanator, what? Take out the bolt on the bottom first! The approximate failure mileage was 76,000. Then whenever you need to start your car just flip the switch on until the car starts then once it is started flip it back off. From above, you will remove the second and last bolt.
It is not hard to change out. Reach down under the air intake mess and remove the first bolt 14mm. Be careful, there are other cables delivering electric to other areas of the vehicle, i. Which leads me here today. I took the starter and battery to auto zone to get them checked. All orders that are returned to sender are subject to a 20% restocking fee.
It will eventually lead to the starter. You also have to remove the main power cable fromthe end of the solenoid and there is a clip on electricalconnection on the starter bracket. Improper installation, careless handling, tampering or disassembly in any way will void original factory warranty. Quality-Built, a division of Motorcar Parts of America, is an automotive aftermarket brand of professional-quality starters and alternators. As for a long term fix, without investing the money to replace the necessary parts.
For about four years now my sentra has had the habit of not starting. I bought a new one but, it tsill won't start. Then replace air box and associated hoses, and finally reconnect battery. I had just drove the car for my morning commute of about 1 hour. Now you don't want to supply direct power to your starter because you'll end up frying it. The starter is located pretty much right below the air intakehoses. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure.
It doesn't try and rev up or anything. Sometimes the car would disarm itself without any command from me and then it would later rearm itself. I found that jacking up the car or driving onto a ramp made thejob much easier in the long run. Nissan part number 25230-C9962 Some cars of the same year also have a starter relay that need to be replace with the inhibit relay. Only this time the car wouldn't start back up. It is held on by 2 bolts, and has 2 wires connected.
I'm a chic and I know how to change my tires, air filter and stuff, but I don't know anything about cars other than small maintanence. The back of the starter has a wire that plugs into the another wire that leads to the engine. I took the wheel lug nut opener, pass through that gap, placed on top of the starter and gave a small tap with hammer. It's a small, inconspicuous part. One is accessedbest from under the car. Does anyone have any ideas what's going on? The bolt heads to unbolt the starter on the Sentra are located on the left side of the engine under … the air cleaner and air inlet housing to the fuel injector intake.
These two bolts hold in the starter. Took the car home and try normal start, car didn't start. It is a little hard to get to. Unscrew the solenoid power supply from the post. Removing and replacing that bracket which is held onto the engine block by 2 bolts , does not affect the operation of the car. It moves occassionally but isn't consistent. Check out all the connections on the battery and starter for looseness and corrosion.