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Any of you R34 owners had or have heard of this problem. First some back ground info. I have had my car for about 6 months now, it is a Tiptronic-Auto. Just serviced and also has a new battery. The problem is that I seem to have some difficulty starting the car. This only seems to happen after the car has been running for some time. For example, go for a 15min drive, not really pushing the car. Pull up at a corner shop turning car off, come out a minute later and wham, the car just won't turn over. ( I let the fuel pump churn over everytime I start the car).

Any feedback would be appreciated.

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Thanks for the quick reply guys. What I find strange though is that it used to start on queue first time everytime until just recently. I will try to call Nissan and see what they say.

nsm034, do you know where I can find more info if any on this R34 recall??

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Skyline recalls:

http://dogandlemon.com/recall/model.php?ma...N&model=SKYLINE

A couple there that look like they could be related to your problem.

Thanks Ant for the those details. It is a very informative site. I even found the recall for my little old Hyundai Excel from many years ago in it hehehehe.

If I'm reading the site info correctly, only 2 of these recalls can possibly affect my car as my car was made in 8/2000. One of these is ruled out as it is for police cars and the other doesn't list my cars model number.

RJ-0887-0 NISSAN SKYLINE 23/12/1998 - 27/04/2001 speedometer

RJ-0946-0 NISSAN SKYLINE 25/05/1999 - 31/03/2003 brake lights

SO, I guess I am back to square one again.......unless somebody else knows or has experienced this type of problem???

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So does it kick over and not start or not kick over at all?

Also 4 litres without the filter or 4.5-.4.7 (can't remember exactly) if you replace the filter as well.  More info in pm to folow.

The car starts perfectly every morning when I drive her out of the garage. (turn key count 1, 2 1/2 START. But on a hot start count 1, 2,- 10 even still won't start. Then I wind back key so no auxiliary is on then wait 20 seconds, then turn key. Count 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 then it turns over and starts. It is getting very frustrating.

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