How to start a car without starter. Is it possible to do?
Expert will say, probably, yes! Just insert the key, turn the transmission
on and push the car. I thought so until recently when starter was broken. In
my experience it worked OK with old cars (60-70th), but with automatic
transmission which I have on Nissan Sentra 1995 it does NOT work!
And I'm wondering why?
How know the secret of starting a car with automatic transmission, when a
starter does not work please advise!
On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 15:51:03 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I have seen reports that old 2 speed autos had a pump on the output
shaft too. So you could start them by bumping. Cost cutting meant
the spare pump had to go.
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I don't think it is possible as the pump is driven off the input shaft.
Without the engine side of the trans turning, no pressure will be
produced to lock the bands or clutch packs. As such, there will be no
connection from the halfshafts to the engine. Maybe you can stick an
impact wrench on the crank pulley or maybe you could just fix it!
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