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Hi , possible causes for your problem could be , a blown fuse , blocked fuel filter, fuel pump relay, the crank or cam sensor, a faulty pump or wiring supplying negative or or electric voltage . The ultimate would be to have a diagnostic scan and a mechanical error trace done.
Hope this helps a bit;
Regards Higgins, Diagnostician at Autocom SA. Cape Town

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015


contact the dealer with serial number some will give code free some wont

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015


Turn the heater tap to hot setting.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Feb 06, 2015


Why is it you guys are not letting us know your names lately? Have you checked the bulbs and fuses? What type of lighting system is fitted? Do you have Halogen or HID? John

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Sep 07, 2014


in the fuse box.
or read alldata.com
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Nissan Almera... | Answered on Jul 14, 2014


So, you did not have the welding done with gas, but with electric arc.
Anytime a person welds on a car with anything electric, the car's owner must disconnect ALL things electrical, or everything may be toasted, as yours is.
The alternator is a self-contained unit, and it either works or doesn't.
The alternator has the voltage regulator inside as a part of it.
I believe you may be needing an ECU, which is the brain of the car, however, because of the damage caused by an uninformed person, your car may never be fixed, because some wires may have shorted out (melted together) inside on of the wire harnesses that are all over your car. I think the best you can hope for is that it runs, and the alternator charges the battery as needed. I think the alternator is supposed to put out about 13.1 volts.
If you look up an ECU on e-bay, you will notice there are repair services who can repair your ECU. I have used them several times, and this has worked well for me.
Sorry.
Be blessed.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014


You don't say what kind of welding you had done or where but I can tell you that if it was a MIG welder or an ARC welder and they didn't take the appropriate precautions this could very well messed your car up and ruined the ECU.Your alternator should be charging from 13.2 to 14 volts.Check the ground on the battery to make sure you have a good circuit. The fact that the car will start is a good thing.I would go looking for a bad connection or wire controlling the gauges.The voltage regulator is in the alternator,it controls volts output. I'm jumping around here a bit but I empathize with you in a big way.Go back and double check everything.There must be a fuse to the instrument cluster,or perhaps a bad wire. good luck

Nissan Almera... | Answered on May 08, 2014


Disconnect the battery overnight and try again.

Nissan Almera... | Answered on Mar 21, 2014

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