engine computer on 2005 Nissan Altima

my car wont start, does it have something to do with my computer?

by in Bennettsville, SC on November 09, 2013
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on November 09, 2013
Get computer scanned for any codes. Have had many problems with older style cam & crank sensors. If this is your issue, always replace both at the same time. Could be fuel related, basics are Fuel, Fire, & compression.
COMMENT by on November 10, 2013
Recently had car fixed for ignition switch. Two days later check engine light came on. Most time it would start, but I drove to work two days ago, and got off work it will not start. Also before I went to work took it to autozone, he did not get any codes only multiple misfires showed up.
COMMENT by on November 10, 2013
Need to see if you have an RPM signal and/or cam signal. If yes check for spark, and check to see if you can hear the fuel pump running, and/or fuel pressure at intake. Can do more checks, but try these first. There is a recall to reprogram the ECM for bad crank/cam sensor problems.
ANSWER by on November 09, 2013
Recall for the crank sensor on certain Altima engines, call dealer with vin# check to see if your car is included.
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