Your Nissan starter is essential to you being able to turn the key and have your engine start up smoothly. This hard working part will perform this task reliably, for about 40,000 to 50,000 miles, on the average, after which you may detect signs of wear in the performance of your Nissan starter. Naturally, difficulty in starting is one of the primary symptoms of trouble with your Nissan starter. However, you may also notice that your headlights may dim after you start your vehicle, even though they were fine before starting. This is a subtle sign of a problem with your Nissan starter, as it indicates that your Nissan starter is drawing more power from the battery than it should. When a Nissan starter starts to fail, it is often because the brushes and gear teeth start to wear. You'll find that our online catalog features an excellent selection of Nissan starter replacements, and you're sure to find just what you need for your year and model. The price will be reasonable, and we'll be happy to send you your Nissan starter, via ground shipping, free of charge, as we do for all customers orders over $50. You'll be able to depend on the quality of the Nissan starter you receive from us, and it will reliably perform its function for just as long, if not longer, than the original did. Because it is manufactured to be a direct replacement, installation of your new Nissan starter will be a fairly straightforward process. However, the amount of time that it will take you will depend on your degree of automotive skill and experience, as well as your specific year and model, as some engine compartments are packed tighter than others, which will influence what other parts will have to be removed to allow the old Nissan starter to be removed and the new one to be put in its place. You can order your Nissan starter online or via our toll-free telephone number.