2004 Nissan Sentra Q&A
2004 Nissan Sentra Question: My car is dieing and the mechanic can't diagnose!
I have had the car for about a year. I have fluids/oil checked on schedule. My car started having troubles a couple months ago. It died overnight. It jumped then died a few days later. Triple A told me to replace the battery so I did. A couple weeks later it died while I was driving. It jumped and I took it to the dealership who replaced the alternator. Three days later it died yet again while I was driving. It kicked over a few minutes later and I took it back to the dealer. They can't diagnose. The first few times the car was completely dead. Now it won't kick over but radio/lights work. I don't know if it is related to the problem but when I press the gas it takes a while to kick in so I think I may have a fuel injection problem but I don't see how that could affet the battery. Please help as I'm tired of dieing and out of tows! - rconley1918
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