It just started this week and it has gotten worse. It will turn over but it won't start. After a little time trying to start it, it will start. It runs great after it starts. What can the problem be?
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2004 Nissan Quest Question: Why won't my nissan start?
Answer #1DaveJHM June 20, 2011, 01:34Master
Nissan has a service bulletin referring to this issue - they suggest having a fuel pressure test performed. If fuel pressure is between 0-20 PSI when the problem is occurring, then replace the fuel pump. It does indicate that fuel pressure specification for this vehicle is 51 psi...so I would think anything lower than the high 40's would be suspect.