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I have a 2007 Titan CC SE here lately when I get in to leave for work when I try to start the truck it doesn't do anything I can hear like its sending signal to starter to crank but nothing, turn key back to off & try again & it starts right up. I put a new battery in last Saturday as the old battery was bad I thought that was where my problem was coming from. Starter & alternator test good when checked last Saturday with battery. Any help would be appreciated
 

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Your Titan has a sophisticated on-board diagnostic system. It doesn't activate a CEL unless it's a large safety issue, but may keep other issues (like a stating issue) in memory. Have you pulled codes from both the ECM and BCM system? That's a good place to start...
 

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Since it's electrical start with all the electrical components. Since you have a new battery I'd start looking into plugs, packs, ect.
 

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Update now truck won't start at all, starter will not even spin the engine over worked fine all weekend went out this morning to leave & I can still hear a clink sound when I turn the key to start it.
 

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I am having a similar problem. 2011 Titan Pro4x. 92k miles.

1. Go to start, click, no start.
2. On second attempt truck starts right up and runs fine.
3. Battery only 4 months old... show 12.6 volts on multimeter
4. Just replaced positive fuse link. No difference. Seems to be intermittent

Anyone with knowledge of this please share. I've searched forum and watched videos of older 04-06Titans....
 

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I had this exact similar problem with my '08 Titan two weekends back.
Turns out all I needed was a $167 battery and about 10 minutes to install. Haven't had the problem since. Now I know you mentioned that you replaced your battery, but is it possible to have it tested again to determine if it's low this way we can start pointing you in a better direction?
 

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I have had the new battery checked & it's showing 12.6 volts, I have replaced the fusible link on the battery. I still have problem I just deal with it for now
 

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Maybe start looking into your ground. It seems you've looked all around it, but haven't looked into it much. I would clean them up or at least take a look and make sure they are making a good connection and aren't all carroded before spending any more money.
 
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