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2009 versa 100,800 miles starting issues

Hello!!

I'm having a little trouble sometimes starting my 2009 Nissan Versa. No other problems before this. No indicator lights on. I've attached a crappy video showing that the lights and battery turn on it registers the gas amount but when I turn the car over all lights go out and it acts like it doesn't have enough juice to turn over.
It does crank from what I believe a kind of uhhh uhhh uhhh then it catches and turns over. That's when the gas and rpms register but not immediately it takes about a second or two to register. Just wondering what this could be and if anyone has had the same problem.

Took it to mechanic couldn't find a problem. Seems it only does it initially when I turn the car on for the first time of the day.

Thanks a bunch! Natalie
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My first thoughts are that your battery is weak, so if it's an older battery and you live in a climate where it's getting colder now, it's starting to show it's age.
You can get the battery tested, a lot of parts places will do it for free and give you a print out.
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My first thought was also about the battery, but he said he took it to mechanic. Assuming mechanic would test the battery..
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Hello!!

I'm having a little trouble sometimes starting my 2009 Nissan Versa. No other problems before this. No indicator lights on. I've attached a crappy video showing that the lights and battery turn on it registers the gas amount but when I turn the car over all lights go out and it acts like it doesn't have enough juice to turn over.
It does crank from what I believe a kind of uhhh uhhh uhhh then it catches and turns over. That's when the gas and rpms register but not immediately it takes about a second or two to register. Just wondering what this could be and if anyone has had the same problem.

Took it to mechanic couldn't find a problem. Seems it only does it initially when I turn the car on for the first time of the day.

Thanks a bunch! Natalie
As other posters have mentioned, the fact that it only does it during the first start of the day, I would suspect that your battery is due for a replacement. If the mechanic only tested the battery for voltage, and it showed 12 volts, that is not good enough. It needs to be tested under load to make sure that it is still viable, and capable of HOLDING a charge. Good luck!!
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fuel pressure regulator or leaky injector
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