ALR wrote: ↑
Sun Dec 31, 2017 1:01 pm
I know this post is from years ago, but I figured I would try asking. Did you ever figure out what was wrong? My Infiniti is having the same issue this winter and we can't figure out what is wrong with it.
It tries to start in the morning and sounds like it cranks normal but doesn't have enough energy to start. We have to jump it every morning and it starts right up. When I am at work I have to go out every couple of hours so I don't get stranded at work at the end of the day. We were thinking it was the battery but it doesn't seem to be since we have tried three, and taking it out and putting it in the house at night. The auto parts checked the alternator and the starter and say those are good. Does any one have any idea what may be going on?
Welcome to NICO! As you've already posted your question in this thread, there was no need to create two new threads, so I've deleted them. Here's a possible solution to your problem...
kerrton wrote: ↑
Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:48 pm
Hi raygold, I'm very sorry to hear about your problems with your Rogue, I've been there and know how disappointing this is.
It could be a number of things, it sounds like your starter is good and battery if you can hear the starter turning over at the normal high speed. It's either not getting fuel or spark. My first guess would be bad fuel pump
. If this is the case you'll have to have it towed to the shop, your Rogue will have free roadside service so at least this won't cost you anything.
I'd recommend calling the Nissan roadside assistance number Monday morning, tell them you're stranded and the car won't start, they'll dispatch a tow truck and deliver your Rogue to the dealer for free where they'll likely find the problem quickly.
You should read the full thread 2011 Rogue wont start!
as it does contain further useful info.