The suggested 'fix' worked for a while but it's a real pain in the ass when it's the only car you have to get to and from work and it's cost you more in repairs than the car is worth! Please or to join the conversation. Then I imagine I can slip the 90 degree fuel hose fitting that the guy separates in the vid on the other end of the T fitting with that retainer clip? Difference Between A No Start And A No Crank Condition Before I jump into the specifics of troubleshooting a No Start Condition. Thanks for posting the pics. Check fuel filter, could be clogged, change it out and try to start, if starts. Why not consider as this an defect, since you have this kind of defect existing. I also had starting problem on my 01 sentra 1. I figured how to access the link.
You don't have to spend any time testing them or any money replacing them. What has happened to make this car shut the fuel pump off to not let it start please help. Ground a test light and with key in on position probe the 4 pin connectors and one should make the fuel pump run if so change this relay and you should be fine. Then crack that nut again, should still be pressurised, if not bad pump. Starter checked out to be fine. Our electrical and electronic parts are subject to strict quality testing.
By the way, to try to resolve this problem, I first had spark plugs replaced- which didn't fix the problem. Contact us with any questions before installing the parts. If fuel comes out under pressure, tighten nut. Not only do you need to make sure there is pressure, but it has to be the correct pressure. I did check the fuel pump fuse and it was blown. Many solutions were suggested for this problem, but most of these were largely concerned with the movement of small green pieces of paper, which was odd because on the whole it wasn't the small green pieces of paper that were unhappy! If the Ignition System is the cause of the No Start, you're not gonna' see spark at any of the 4 spark plug wires.
The blue one is the fuel pump relay. The problem is you went on line and there is a bunch of chatter about the fuel pump causing delayed starts. I recommend getting a service manual and forget YouTube. Possible failed crank sensor, this may cause the engine to misfire, hard starts, no start, stalls. Just to left of the left foot rest is a plastic nut that holds the kick panel to the floor board.
There is usually an access panel under the back seat which will give you access to the top of the gas tank. Great company, very empathetic in a way, and fast customer service. Then fuel line connected as stated above and the gauge inline between the two points. After some internet research, I found that the 2005 Sentra's have a slow priming fuel pump. Feb 26, 2012 Check all fuses if ok. The cool thing is, is that there is a diagnostic strategy that you can use to figure out exactly what's wrong with your particular No Start problem.
You must remove the bottom cushion on the driver side. It can only be one of 3 things, fuel, air or spark! Remove the plastic panel that is by the driver's side door near the floor close to the speaker when the door is closed and underneath the fuse box. This usually means that the Pump has failed, but not always. It cranks and starts after getting a bit and I think holding down or pumping gas pedal helps it start. Remove that nut and pull down and out to remove the p … anel and expose a small bracket that holds two relays. Fuel will also pour out of the pump assembly when lifted out. There is then an access panel on the top of the tank which you will have to remove to be able to disconnect and remove the fuel pump inside ….
Here's a brief description that'll help you make sense of this tutorial: Cranks but Does Not Start Condition: Means that your 1. Parts cannot be returned after they have been installed. I notices in the trunk a keyless entry box that was not there when I took it to Nissan they said they didn't put it there well I know I didn't. This stalling, sputtering start issue is a big problem with these vehicles. When they didn't his I didn't have all electronic plugged in But I went to turn it off when I got home but started every time The next day after bibhadbstarted to install the turn lights and all if that now I can't hear the fuel pump kick on when I turn the key but under the hood I hear a clicking noise before I crank the car. They will try to get you to trade in though lol.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009 If you want to replace the fuel pump regulator you are better off getting the whole fuel pump module I know its expensive. Still, the other method that I've used to test for a lack of fuel. This is a common issue on Nissan's 4cyl engines. After getting the run around from one dealership that refused to recognize a problem, another dealer an hour away told me on the phone there was a ticket out for that problem, and they fixed it under warranty. If there is spark being fed to all 4 cylinders. There is a metal plate with two screws. Nissan Scope Technician- 10+ years experience in Nissan dealership.