94 Nissan Altima Won’t Start Please Help

Posted in Ignition Systems | Asked on Aug 7, 2010

In the morning I turned the key, and the car started sputtered then died. Now it won’t start again. The fuel pump works.

The couple weeks before this happened when we turned the hazard lights on the car ran weird along with the blinking of the lights, and when we would turn the defroster on the car ran rough.

We looked into common problems with this car and found that the distributor, timing belt or alternator could be the problem. We don’t think its the starter because the engine turns over it just won’t fire.

Help and Thanks

There are One Answer for "94 Nissan Altima Won’t Start Please Help"

  1. ScoTT says:

    A 94 Altima will have a KA24DE engine that is not Belt Driven; rather it is chain driven. Distributor seals can leak engine oil into the photo sensor and can interrupt the camshaft position signal.

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