Troubleshoot electrical connections to the starter. Use the Factory Service Manuals which you can find on here to find the fuse, relay, and also visually inspect any wires going to it. Make sure the battery terminal connections don’t have issues such as corrosion. You can potentially hit on the starter with something solid to free up something that is binding up in there causing it to not start. Not too hard to get to from under the vehicle on the passengers side
2001 Nissan XTerra XE 4WD 3.3L Automatic (Not Supercharged)
130K Miles No lift. No non stock modifications.
Error Code P1490 - Vacuum Cut Bypass Valve Circuit
Error Code P0325 - Knock Sensor – From my reading I assume this is not an issue related to my problem…not a super charged engine.
Ive got a 2004 xterra SE 3.3L supercharged automatic
i was driving and it died, after it was repaired, installing a
new distributor and mass airflow censer, air and fuel
filters, it now runs rough and dies at traffic lights...
any ideas ????
it ran terrific before this .................
INitial issue: Experienced stalling at red light but starts right back up and idles good and some sputter on hard acceleration.
I cleaned the MAF and throttle body which resolved the stalling out but still get power loss when acceleration.
I then replaced the MAF and the TPS. Idle is good but...
I’m having an issue where all the power windows work but I can’t control them from the driver side controls. I can put them all down but to put them up I have to use each seats own controls.
I have an 05 Off Road model.