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Nissan Technical Advisor 10/4/2010Probably you have a grounded wire that keeps your battery discharge. A continuity test to determine how much resistance is there would likely solve the problem.
HouseCallAuto 10/4/2010Ground the White/Red wire at the fuel pump relay (look underneath where the relay plugs in to see the wire colors) and see if it starts and runs OK. If it does, then the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is faulty. The probability that the cause is a bad PCM is greater than 90%. But do the test and confirm. What is happening is that the PCM is not grounding the fuel pump relay after the engine fires over. The PCM needs to see at least 50 rpm to ground the fuel pump relay. The reason the relay is able to energize during cranking is because there is a second field winding that is energized and turns on the fuel pump just during cranking but that drops out after. Here is your replacement part >> http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/.../A1726177.html
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Stealth # 1 10/6/2010Was there any problem leading up to the battery drain and only running for 2 seconds afterwards? Or did it just start doing this with no other starting issues previous to this issue?