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Nissan FB15 starter relay location ?


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When i am trying to start my car it just not start. There is only a clicking sound. I check battery / terminals and all working fine.

I suspect that my starter relay is bad. But i cant locate that in all three relay / fuse boxes which is in the engine bay and near to driving compartment. 

can some one please help.

Thanks in advance 

 

 

 

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If the motor is clicking, it's already receiving power from the ignition switch, so the relay isn't the issue here IMO. It's probably that your starter motor has worn out brushes. Get the motor checked out and serviced (brushes replaced). 

 

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probably it is bad starter solenoid. your ignition switch send the control signal/voltage, and starter relay/solenoid magnetized and do the mechanical movement, but still it does not connect the circuit. normally it is located with the starter.

    

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On 12/24/2018 at 6:43 PM, methmal said:

HI 

When i am trying to start my car it just not start. There is only a clicking sound. I check battery / terminals and all working fine.

I suspect that my starter relay is bad. But i cant locate that in all three relay / fuse boxes which is in the engine bay and near to driving compartment. 

can some one please help.

Thanks in advance 

 

 

 

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On 12/24/2018 at 8:07 PM, methmal said:

THanks @Davy.

This problem is coming when engine is too hot. I will get check my mortor. 

Classic sign of worn out brushes of the starter

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On 12/25/2018 at 1:37 AM, methmal said:

THanks @Davy.

This problem is coming when engine is too hot. I will get check my mortor. 

if you think the engine over heats,..that's the start to a lot of headaches,.. 

better get the cooling system checked,..

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