In this month’s spotlight, Geoff from Hawaii tells the tale of a Nissan Xterra with a stubborn no crank. After determining the vehicle was not equipped with an anti-theft system and used a metal key, he began troubleshooting the electrical system in the traditional way. As he methodically tested and referenced his wiring diagrams, his detective work led him to a unlikely place:
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