Question about 2000 Nissan Frontier
Will not start w the key but does start without a problem w autostart. started 2 years ago with occasionally needing to turn key several times before starting. then a year ago occasionally needed to use auto start, now only starts w auto start.
SINCE YOUR PROBLEM IS MOST COMMON WHEN THE WEATHER IS HOT ,IT APPEARS THAT THE PROBLEM MIGHT BE YOUR SOLENOID.REMEMBER ELECTRICAL WIRES ARE BETTER CONDUCTORS WHEN COOL .SO AS THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE GETS HOTTER THE WIRES ABILITY TO CONDUCT CURRENT DROPS OF .SOLENOID INSULATION MIGHT BE BREAKING DOWN AND CAUSING A DROP IN CURRENT THERE BY INHIBITING THE STARTER FROM TURNING . IF NOT CHECK YOUR STARTER MOTOR .EG BRUSHES,AMATURE AND FIELD COILS .
Posted on Dec 01, 2012
car is going into limp mode or you have a issue with the stock sercurity system. You will need a consult II to find out why the ses light is comming on. There is also a manual procedure but you have to count the light blinking in a pattern. its easier to go to auto zone and have them check the code.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
i assume this car is automatic the o/d light is the overdrive light which is controlled by a little button on the gear select lever and usually service engine light comes on when it is due to be serviced like every 5,000 km or so hope this helps regards Jim
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Check ur battery terminals seems like u probably have lose terminals. U cant get ur battery checked and charge for free at any Autozone etc.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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