Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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In order for it to cut out and then click and no crank, this is usually a fault with a poor connection or corrosion at or leading from the battery itself.If you have not checked the connections and cables for any issues this needs to be done to see if any issues are found.If this was already checked or is checked and found to be o.k. let me know here so we can continue.
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Have you tested signals at the starter for any issues to see if any signals are missing? You should have at or near 12 volts DC at the large wire on the starter at all times.You should have at or near 12 volts DC on the smaller wire at the starter with the key held in the crank position.If you have these signals then the issue is the starter itself at fault.
If you are missing the ignition signal at the starter this can be a fault with the electronic ignition switch itself not sending the signals it needs to to allow the starter to engage as well as other ignition components to operate to allow the engine to start and run.
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If you have voltage at both wires at the starter but the starter does not engage this can be the starter itself at fault needing replaced.If you already replaced the starter the engine can be locked up due to an internal mechanical fault or due to hydrolocking from flooding out with fuel or coolant in the cylinders.You will need to have this looked into further to see if the starter needs to be replaced or if the engine has an internal problem.In allot of cases a local parts store will test the starter at no charge to you if you remove it and take it into them.