jon haney Posted October 18, 2022 Share Posted October 18, 2022 (edited) I pride myself on being able to fix most anything mechanical, so this post is me being desperate (to not have to take it to a shop). My son's 2007 Nissan Frontier V6, 150K miles, has an (somewhat intermittent) issue with cold weather. If it's below 40 degrees (only seems to be in the morning when stone cold), it will crank, but doesn't want to start/fire. Not even a little bit. It's like all the spark plugs/coils are disconnected, or all of the injectors are disconnected. I have smelled the exhaust pipe after cranking for 10-15 seconds, and get no raw fuel smell, so I'm thinking it's something in the fuel system that won't let the injectors fire. Check engine light is not on, and there are no codes. It had this problem last winter, too, but son wasn't driving to school until late Feb. Didn't happen enough times to want to dig into it. Furbird, is this anything you ever heard about from your Nissan dealer days? Edited October 18, 2022 by jon haney Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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