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Old 01-29-2017, 03:10 AM   #1
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Default Intermittent starting issues.

I assume the plate that presses the clutch safety switch in isn't suppose to have a hole in it.
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Nope, supposed to be a rubber bumper in it, the current ones from Nissan are Green, like this (pic from my former 94 Pathfinder, brake pedal):

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the part number is at the link below.

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Thanks for the tips. But I just clipped the wires and tied them together. Tired of fooling around with the starting issue. But seems it may have been the relay all along. Time will tell......
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When my starter was giving me trouble I just made a jumper and plugged it into the clutch safety switch plug to test it, instead of cutting the wires, it turned out as you found not to be the problem.

I trouble shooted the relay, figured out what wire does what and tested the starter bypassing the relay and it turned out, as it usually does 90% (probably higher) of the time for people that the cause of starting problems are the starter.

Reman starters. how ever new, SUCK !!! Buy a NEW starter and be done with the problem.
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the part number is at the link below.

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I have a 1986.5 D21 4X4 VG30. Brake lights came on and drained the battery. I found the actuator bumper in pieces on the floor! Is the part number for my 1986.5 brake pedal light switch actuator bumper 46584-5P010? Thanks
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should be a 46512-H0101
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should be a 46512-H0101

Thanks for the quick response. They all look similar to me
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I think its a hole diameter and or thickness thing
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I found a dorman replacement part that the big box parts stores sell. Let me find the number.
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