Question about 2005 Nissan Almera Tino
The Battery was getting feeble, and finally stopped working. Have changed the battery and the engine turns over but will not fire
I changed the battery as it was struggling to start over a few days and then died completely after being left over a weekend. After the replacement all electrics worked but the engine wouldn't turn over, it just clicked. There was no immobiliser warning or messages on the screen. I tried a few of the things on this forum but it turned out to be a broken battery earth cable where it attaches to the gearbox under the car. I removed the cable (easier with the battery tray removed) then had a new lug attached to the end. Total cost 1.50. phew!
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your radio believes that it has been stolen out of the car since battery power was lost to it (as a result of the car battery going dead). There should be instructions in the user manual on how to reset the radio.
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
Hi there, very common on these vehicles, you need to remove the heater cotrols and check that the cable hasn't come out, usually the clips that hold the cables in place break causing the heaters to not work properly, Nissan do modified clips now to stop it from happening, it may need a cable too if its too far bent, hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
the majority of heater resistors are on the heater box under the passenger ide of the dash, on some very few models it is part of the actual ac control panel
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
If you spray silicone in the tracks from the top open window and the speed changes faster I would say the channels are too tight. If no change then the voltage at the motor needs to be checked at 13+ volts. If not then the wiring at the door bend needs to be checked for fraying. If a garage does this job, then they should fix it right. It is not right. You paid for it.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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