Cleaned battery terminals, charged battery, changed spark plugs, checked all connection's and fluid levels and engine just wont kick over. It try's to, but just wont fire up. I'm wondering if the battery may be bad. When charging it, it's suppose to go to 0 when it's finished charging, but will only go to 7. Is there something else I should be looking at.
Bad battery? on 1993 Nissan Altima
by LdyHwkJ in Ponder, TX on August 09, 2009
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by backyard tech on August 09, 2009
How old is the battery? If it's more than 4 yrs old you have a bad battery.
COMMENT by LdyHwkJ on August 10, 2009
The battery is only a year old (Interstate)
COMMENT by backyard tech on August 10, 2009
If the batery is 1yr old. It's covered under a total free replacement within 2yrs. Call the 800# on the battery and take it to a shop that sells them.
ANSWER by JuliaAnn on March 11, 2012
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