they had to tow my pathfinder after the stock battery blew while it was siting over night at work sent acid all over the terminal, had to tow it to the dealerHillbillyJake wrote:they had a problem with the battery at one point. i am not sure which years but you could have a bum battery. they all discharge over time, faster if it is cold. if it crankes over fast then you may be loosing fuel pressure. you have to wait till the fuel gets from the pump to the motor before it will start. it may drop pressure slow enough that it does not affect the day to day or even week to week starting but if it sits for a month or more.
that happened to my matrix it would crank but would not start everything would work but it wouldn't turn over, check the keys i bet you thats what it is.HillbillyJake wrote:I was reading on another forum over the weekend that some people were having trouble with the chip in the key syncing up with the computer. the truck would just crank and crank but not fire. these folks had to have their keys reprogramed. ask the dealer about it next time you call. i think i red about it on edmunds townhall
seems to be a common problem with these OEM batteries. mine had a bad cell last month. it was only 8 months old.Facevedo17 wrote:problem solve batterry I had issued from dealer had a bad cell , and was cranking at 500w cold start not good for a big v6 suv ...replaced today today with an interstate