What is the problem of my Nissan Xterra on 2002 Nissan Xterra

My Xterra start and in the next five minutes turn off. I wait 5 to 10 minutes and start my car again, it run for five minutes and the turn off again. This happened 3 times or maybe 4 and I can use for the rest of the day, sometimes start maybe 1 time and I can't use for the rest of the day.

by in Bayamon, PR on November 24, 2012
2 answers 3 comments
ANSWER by on November 24, 2012
check to see if wiper arm is stripped if not check for power at the wiper motor
COMMENT by on November 24, 2012
??? I am lost Mr Good Guy...I sincerely DOUBT that his wiper arm circuit could have anything to do with his starting issue...unless it is tied in with his ignition???
COMMENT by on November 25, 2012
sorry that was an answer to another problem
ANSWER by on November 24, 2012
Possibly an issue with your fuel system....or ignition system.
COMMENT by on November 26, 2012
Thanks for your response, I already change the fuel pump and also the crankshieft position sensor, but continues whit the problem. Someone told me about the alarm, but sincerly I dón't think so.
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