I took it to auto zone they said my battery was bad so I bought a new one. The car has been to the dealer, and the dealer can't find the cause of the problem. Ground a test light and with key in on position probe the 4 pin connectors and one should make the fuel pump run if so change this relay and you should be fine. It would be nice to know the year of your Nissan Altima. Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery. If it stalls again, it's gone. Close it and and pull the clips back on.
The problem turned out to be an intermittent electrical connection inside the fuel tank. Now that has been checked off the list. Your engine sputters at high speed; your vehicle will travel normally for about 10 miles then start to sputter and jerk, some people may diagnose this as an almost empty fuel tank or dirty gas, but this results as the fuel pump strives to supply a regular flow of fuel at the appropriate pressure. Next morning car cranked in 29 degree weather and now is smoking black smoke. A Nissan Altima Fuel Pump is an apparatus that functions to draw fuel from the reservoir to the motor. It would run for a few days without stopping at all until just a few days ago it didn't want to start at all thought it was the fuel pump.
I figured how to access the link. Please help I have no idea where it could be. I would advice you to take it to a Nissan diagnostic specialist so they can tell you exactly what is wrong with your Altima. . Thank god it would turn back on right away. Had to go back down to dealer.
Count on us for the quality parts you've got to have to maintain your car or truck. Also, check your fuel pump relay, that is most likely the problem. The car stalls out everyday, and it's always going slow when it happens. It continued to stop on me. A couple of weeks ago we were driving in an uphill road and the hesitation started again, do you think is's… My car had problems similar to yours, but I didn't get so many errors, only P1101 I think it was. Nissan has issued a recall for the premature failure of 2. When I discovered what the problem was, I wanted others to know.
I did replace the relay still to no advantage. If the car is up on ramps you can reach behind and under the tire and get to the oil filter, but it's a squeeze. I have looked all over the engine to find the relay location. I notices in the trunk a keyless entry box that was not there when I took it to Nissan they said they didn't put it there well I know I didn't. Under certain driving conditions, these variations in temperature can be large enough to cause a brief interruption in the signal output from the sensor. This is the second transmission in the vehicle this new transmission has only about 5000 miles. If pressurised, then your pump is prob on the way out or just silent.
I replaced it and still nothing but the clicking is coming from under the hood in the front from a relay I pinned it down but I hear more clicking bsounds like it's near the firewall. I did check the fuel pump fuse and it was blown. When they didn't his I didn't have all electronic plugged in But I went to turn it off when I got home but started every time The next day after bibhadbstarted to install the turn lights and all if that now I can't hear the fuel pump kick on when I turn the key but under the hood I hear a clicking noise before I crank the car. The Nissan Altima fuel pump relay location is in the fuel pump. Returned car to service department on 1-31-04 along with a cloth containing the residue from the tail pipes. I Dont know what else to, any advise? He took it to the dealership and called Nissan, who inform him that the dealer would fix it, but Nissan called back refusing to cover the cost of the repair. The current mileage is 39,400 miles.
Thanks for posting the pics. It is very fortunate that this potential for explosion did not materialize. After replacing the fuel pump they called me back and said it still wasn't working. Bad pump, if fuel dribbles out but not under pressure as it should be, bad pump. One is located on the firewall, and the other is attached to the fuel pump which is located in the gas tank.
I purchased the 2012 in Feb. Electrical problem 2003 Nissan Altima 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 125k miles I got a 2003 Nissan altima with a 3. I have already had the cam shaft sensor replaced very recently. Even though I did this, there still will be some gas that will escape from the filter and the line… The fuel injectors are located behind the valve cover toward the firewall and are secured to the fuel rail by two screws and a cap. Reconnect the negative terminal of the battery.