I found a solution for the Altima where it won't start if you shut down the engine within 30 seconds.
Since, all of the fuel (for some reason) isn't burned off in 30 seconds, the engine seems to have excess gas in the engine. So when you shut it off and then come back to it, the engine is flooded with too much fuel. The engine cranks, but doesn't kick over.
So what I did is find some way to force air down the intake. That way air gets into the engine and problem is fixed.
What I did is use a hair dryer that can blow cold air and a plastic bag to connect the hair dryer to the intake. Plus lots of duct tape to tape the two parts together. I had an assistant to do this task. I had him turn on the hair dryer first so it blows air into the engine, and then I cranked the engine. After two tries, the engine kicked over and started. But be careful, lots of air gets sucked in, so your plastic bag may get sucked in also which would be disastrous. Make sure the plastic bag is secure so it doesn't get sucked in. I will not take any responsibility for this idea. You do this at your own risk.
But basically, you need to force some air down into the intake and crank the engine while doing this. It will work.