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Old 02-07-2009, 08:28 AM
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Help! 2000 nissan Sentra wont start. the fuel pump is not coming on. I checked the fuse (its ok), I pulled the back seat and tested for fire going into into pump, there is none. The only thing have not check is the fuel pump relay, which I cant find
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I am unable to read my disk at this time.Go to service manual at this site and look under chapter EL.
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Try down at the driver side kick panel
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Doest the check engine light come on for a few seconds when the ignition is turned on?
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I have the same problem with a 01 sentra on my check engine light doesn't work when you switch key to on position what else can check?
please help thankyou
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"check engine light doesn't work when you switch key to on position" -bad news ,your computer is not communicating !!!!
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Thanks for the reply.
that means the computer its dead and need to be replace?
what could cause computer to go bad?
thanks for you help
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the old one don't last
did you do the recalls?
You can get one [use/refurbish] for about $200+
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I had this car for about 3 years I have not do any recalls where do I find some info? about it
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check data at the dealer
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is it any dyi way to test if the computer it's gone bad?
the fuel pump relay has nothing to do with the problem?
any body help please
thanks
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I am not quite sure if this would be helpful. I also had starting problem on my 01 sentra 1.8 lit. I spent money on finding the problem, they checked my starter motor, alternator, battery n found nothing. Now what I do is, I put the key in, turn it to ON position, let the lights come on, wait till few of them stop blinking while few others are still on, wait for 5-10 seconds then finally turn the key to START. Its working for me.

If it does not work, then I release my hand brake and then turn to START. hope this helps.
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well the mystery has been resolved there was no power to the computer relay I run a wire from the fuse box directly to the computer and the car it's working again thanks tof every body for you help

p.s the computer it's on the passenger side under fire wall you access it from the engine compartment
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"Hello,


I have a 2000 sentra 1.8 automatic, wouldn't start one morning. Would cracking but no start. Then noticed the fuel pump would not run. With the key in the on position, there is no SES light. I hooked up a code reader and it would not link up. i thought a bad ECM (ECU), bought a used one and but did not work.

There is no power at fuel pump but ground is there , the fuel pump relay does have power, but it is not reaching to fuel pump and no SES light. Checked all fuse and they are working fine.


do you think i need to check the ecm relay first ? but am having trouble finding it or what else should i do. Car Crank but no start no fuel pump sound and no SES light.


Please help


Thanks,


Gill"
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