My 2005 Nissan Altima would not start. Replaced a fuse in the ECM. Worked for two days and the check engine soon light came on. On the third day, it would not start. What could it be now?
multiple misfire on 2005 Nissan Altima
MOST POPULAR ANSWER by bmdouble ,
December 08, 2013
a blown fuse will be a short to ground on one of the ECM powered circuits,a thorough inspection of the harness for pinched/chafed wires is in order if this doesn't work put a fresh fuse in and do a wiggle test until you narrow down what section of the harness makes the fuse blow.
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