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The sixth generation Maxima, code-named A34, was only sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico. It was introduced in production form as a 2004 model at the 2003 North American International Auto Show.

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Car won't start or crank

  • All fuses where pulled when I put them back in car won't start hear a click behind fuse panel in the blue looking relays I guess they are called, car started fine before interior fuses where pulled and put back in
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Check the relays that are ignition / starting related and fuses nearby. Clicking makes me think a relay coil is pulling in but perhaps the contacts aren’t plugged down (relay is not all the way engaged (pressed) into its socket) or an associated fuse is not pressed down. Basically pull them out again and carefully reseat each one back into its socket.

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A simple “turn off and turn on again” system should work here. Try pulling out the interior fuses and putting them back into place, making sure they attach properly.

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