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bryaneguez 02-26-2018 05:06 AM

2006 350Z won' t crank
2006 350Z coupe won't crank. Automatic transmission. Battery, starter, alternator, and park neutral switch all good. Keys properly programmed. I believe I should check these next:

-Starter relay
-Crank angle sensor
-Crank position sensor


NissanTech 02-26-2018 08:30 AM

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Discard the Crank angle sensor or Crank position sensor, the engine should crank even with those components disconnected. The most common problem for a no crank problem is the starter motor assembly. I recommend starting by checking if you get battery voltage at the starter motor when you crank the engine. You should get battery voltage at the Black/Yellow (B/Y) wire going to the starter while you turn the key to crank the engine. If you get battery voltage, then the problem is the starter, if you don't then the problem is either the IPDM, ignition switch or the shifter is not in "P" or "N" position.

bryaneguez 04-16-2018 10:44 PM

Can you send me a real life picture of what wire I am to check the 12 volts at? The diagram you sent doesn't give me guidance. I was only able to find a white/black cable that clips into a connector.

Howard Bell 05-24-2018 08:11 PM

If 'guidance' means being lead around like a child the OP is right. Post #2 did everything except put the OP's finger on the exact spot. He even tuned out the entire diagram to invisibility to red arrow the correct wire and spot.

With that caliber of response in return I would be backtracking to look at the battery again, that type often has no clue as to what constitutes a good battery.

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