This can happen without any warning. I really like my 2009 Nissan Maxima but I will not buy another one. The piece in question that was the problem. My ex could when we were together but no one else. Now looking this up there are alot others with this problem with a 09-10 Nissan Maxima and the gtr has same issue and a recall was done on that. Getting a jump from a nearby motorist or friend will help to resolve the problem if it is indeed a dead battery. The contact stated that the vehicle failed to start and all the warning lights on the instrument panel illuminated.
Voltage isn't always an indicator of a good battery, you need to have enough cranking amps to be able to start an engine also. The contact notified the dealer who indicated that the intelligent key security system had malfunctioned. If it doesn't do anything unless you abuse the key, you probably need a new ignition switch and have needed one all along. Still key light blinks indicating I need a key. You also need good ground from frame to engine.
He said that meant the starter was bad. Unplugging the battery for over 30 minutes in hopes of 'restarting' the alarm system putting in the intelligent key into the slot where the key goes off the left side of the steering wheel. Nissan recently came out with a revision to the steering wheel lock because the part was faulty. Eventually the starter stopped functioning and I had to replace it. The failure mileage was 40,000. The complaints are organized into groups with data published by vehicle, vehicle component, and specific problem.
It was brought to my attention that I did turn it quite hard and fast. The vehicle was parked still. Maybe you have a problem with your car's battery. The failure mileage was 82,000. If it still doesn't start up and it just clicks, you probably need a new starter. My vehicle would not start, nor turn on electrical systems. It should be zero or darn near zero less than 1 ohm? Nissan should be responsible for the costs of the repair due to a faulty steering wheel lock.
If its not the battery, maybe there is something wrong with your starter motor. He said that meant the starter was bad. There was a light on the dash showing a key but nothing else worked. I asked the question and I have narrowed it done to one of the two possibilities: it is either the ignition switch or the anti theft start fuse under the hood. Then it happened, I was away from my home, on a date, in the snow, and it wouldn't start again. I just turned the key and that was that. We went and bought a new one, installed it, and it fired right up.
The dash light flashed a yellow key, the brake peddle was hard, and the push button was locked. The only time the car will start now is if I get a jump. My ex could when we were together but no one else. A short, yet distinct whirling sound followed by a click is often an indicator that the starter is failing. Looks like many complaints about the same problem that is related to steering being locked and there is no way to unlock it.
I was hesitant to start my car after the incident. I went to get my other key fob and still doesn't read the key. It won't go past the lock button when I try to start it. Autozone has an excellent web site with car-specific repair guides and instructions. The contact stated that while attempting to start the vehicle, the key sensor light illuminated and the vehicle would not start.
When I would try to start it it would crank but neer start completel. That is where the starter switch, or relay, sends the voltage to pull in the solenoid coil through small wire. Thanks for watching and please subscribe right now. In a vehicle that fails to start, the common problems are the starter solenoid and the starter motor. Then every time after that, it will give me a metallic clicking sound but will not turn over. If this is the case you probably have a dead short. It's a sweet ride with an even sweeter stereo so put the children to bed and crank up the volume and enjoy the show! Should I find a way to put a switch in it to get it to crank? Read our to see people who found humor in a bad situation.