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Old 12-06-2017, 03:16 PM   #1
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2010 Frontier, 4 cylinder. It started and ran for a minute, shut off and now will turn over fine, but wont start. Im thinking something electrical, relay or fuse or something. I need help fast and I know this is where to find it.
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Ima complete idiot. I had removed a fuse and dropped it. Something distracted me and I forgot to go back and find it.

But I could use some advice on where to tap into electricity underneath the hood that is only hot when the key is on. Any suggestions?
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