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ok, this is for everyone with a sentra with starting problem. first off long crank....sometimes a long crank can be a fuel pump...u have fuel pressure while it is running but once u turn it off the fuel pressure bleeds away.....its a seal in the fuel pump....for certain years there was a seal kit to repair that but for 50 buxs more ...just get a fuel pump. the next thing would be a crank or cam sensor...sometimes they go bad, sometimes they have a porous leak and oil leaks through them into the connector...something to look for...check both. last is ur worst nightmare...the headgasket leak...pull the spark plugs and coolant there in the cylinder then u need a new headgasket. hope this helps everyone...take care and good luck.
I have a 2008 Sentra. I've replaced the key, battery, alternator, and checked the fuses. And the car wont start. Doesn't crank, can't even jump it. I've been reading about the BCM, is this possible? I don't even have 29K miles on it. I feel like the dealer is bleeding me dry. HELP!!
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