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I replaced the battery to a '95 nissan maxima and also disconnect the alarm but it wont start a few hours after disconnecting the alarm

When the electrician disconnected the battery and turned on the car it roared to life but a few hours later when i wanted to drive it to work, it didnt turn on. no lights no flicker of anything. now it has been sitting for a while before we replaced the battery and disconnected the battery. a friend mentioned spark plugs? could that be the problem?

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Hi, My advice would be to look for a wire going to the distributor then remove the wire that is part of old alarm system, you should only have one wire going to the distributor. Plugs should not be problem as it started at the dealers. Please leave me feed back Malcolm Campbell, crossflowspeed@hotmail.co.uk Thanks.

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SOURCE: help to disconnect my alarm

it sounds to me like you dont have a key less entry remote on the vehicle, I would check the small switch located behind the driver door lock tumbler (were the key goes in) and to do this
you need to remove the door panel, this switch knows when you
insert the key into the door and turn it to disable alarm, some times they break off - when the alarm goes off try unlocking the
vehicle on the passenger door.

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SOURCE: alarm system

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u have to reset it get a new controler

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SOURCE: 1998 Nissan maxima ABS light is on

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  1. Connect diagnostic read-out tool to SMEC connector, then disconnect the speed sensor connector and ensure there are no pushed out or damaged terminals. Repair damaged terminals, then proceed to Test 38.
  2. If there are no damaged terminals, set diagnostic read-out tool to ``Read Sensor Values,'' and select ``Vehicle Speed.'' Connect a jumper wire at between black/light blue and white/orange wires of speed sensor connector. While reading diagnostic read-out tool, make and break jumper wire. If display reads any speed above 0 mph, replace speed sensor, then proceed to Test 38.
  3. If display reads 0 mph, turn ignition switch Off and disconnect 60-way connector from SMEC. Ensure there are no pushed out or damaged terminals. Repair damaged terminals, then proceed to Test 38. If there are no damaged terminals, proceed to step 4.
  4. With sensor disconnected, connect ohmmeter between 60-way connector terminal No. 67 and ground. If ohmmeter shows continuity, proceed to step 6. If ohmmeter does not show continuity, move meter lead from ground to white/orange wire of speed sensor connector.
  5. If ohmmeter indicates continuity, proceed to step 7. If ohmmeter does not indicate continuity, repair white/orange wire of 60-way connector for open circuit, then proceed to Test 38.
  6. Disconnect bulk head connector to instrument panel. If ohmmeter still indicates continuity, repair white/orange wire for a short to ground in harness, then proceed to Test 38. If ohmmeter does not indicate continuity, repair white/orange wire for a short to ground in instrument cluster area.
  7. Disconnect ohmmeter leads and connect ohmmeter between 60-way connector terminal No. 4 and sensor connector black/light blue wire. If ohmmeter does not indicate continuity, proceed to step 8. If ohmmeter indicates continuity, replace SMEC, then proceed to Test 38.
  8. If ohmmeter did not indicate continuity, repair black/light blue wire of speed sensor harness for an open circuit, then proceed to Test 38.




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SOURCE: brake lights will not turn off on my 94 Nissan Altima

Your problem should be that the rubber stops that are mounted at the top of your break pedal came out or are worn down too much to press the buttons all the way in.
What they do is push the button that switches off your break lights when the break pedal is released (yes, kind of backwards way to design it, i know). That's why your lights stay on even when your car is off. I had to go to the junkyard to find replacements for mine and they are a ***** to replace.
They are chipped away easily by the break switches when your car shakes badly over a prolonged period of time. Like driving a couple of weeks on a bad front tire.

Posted on Dec 16, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: 97 nissan maxima wont start

go to your pass side door and with the battery connected and lock and unlock the car with the key till the alarm turns off from the pass side

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