I also noticed a new problem, poor air blowing. The recall that is on the Nissan for the crankshaft position sensor I was told that there was nothing wrong with mine. I took it to the dealership who advised me it was the crankshaft position sensor. I will try what you have advised above. If neither wire has current, there's a failure in the sensor's circuit. Get code pulled shows crankshaft position sensor a.
I ran around in cirlces with them for awhile, but realized I was going to get no where. It took several minutes for me to restart leaving me venerable to a vehicle crash. I had crankshaft position sensor replaced after 1997 town and country stalled. After that it would be prudent to look at the wiring harness plug at the sensor itself. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the crank position sensor or cam position sensor failed and needed to be replaced.
Made sure the plugs were all the way in and tight. Perhaps they were swapped inadvertently? Speaking of parts lol, I got the code check done and it was a bad camshaft senor on my girlfriends 03 Murano. If there's a problem with the signal plate, it's possible to have a misfire in one cylinder. When I try to start it sounds like the starter tries to but no acutual combustion happens. Was able to coast the car to the side of the road, restart, and drove to dealership immediately.
Ultimately, the juddering can affect the engine power and mess with the recording of mileage. Nissan north America can a do a better job when addressing their recalls rather than providing a band aid solution to their recalls. Hello, I am reading your blog and I am really enjoying it. We got the bottom one replaced but after about an hour of driving, the dashboard shows a battery light icon and the engine stalls, and after a few minutes it can start again and does behave same way when the engine is hot. So I headed straught fr the service shop.
You kind of have to shove your arm in there and feel around make sure the car is cold or you will get burned. I bought a pack to replace both camshaft sensors and the crankshaft sensor. Also, download trouble codes, there may be pending codes. Bottom line I am very confused-and I hope the car is not going to stall again as I am afraid now to take it on the highway and will only drive it around town, I don' t have any confidence these are what was causing the problem as when they tested manually it was ok and your article also says it could be other things. Then I was having trouble with it not starting at first go, engine would crank over but not start straight away, but eventually would. It was public knowledge and record that there was a known problem with this and could be potentially hazardous to my health and the health of my newborn who frequently travels with me. The last thing you want is to get stuck in the middle of the road.
I have already had the ecm reprogram recall done to the car after doing some research this appears to be a very common and very dangerous problem. If I wait several seconds and try again, then the engine starts. The car does everything as described. You could also test the output of the sensor while the engine is idling. The insurance company has declined my claim.
This is a common problem in these cars. The contact stated while driving at various speeds mph, the vehicle starts to decelerate as the check engine warning light illuminated. I have since purchased a pair of aftermarket sensors and after installation the car would crank but not fire. Could not verify customers concern. The vehicle was not repaired. When I called Nissan, they indicated our vehicle was not involved in the recall. As I mentioned, I replaced the crankshaft postion sensor.
It could happen at any time: You are driving on the highway, moving along in fast traffic, when your engine suddenly loses power. The original has a timing ring located behind the flywheel where as the spare motor the timing ring is located in the crankcase. Should he experience any delays on his accelerator, I will be sure to advise him to get his vehicle into the car repair shop immediately to avoid prolonged downtimes for his business. This tsb may or may not apply to yours. This seems a little strange to me that a car with no problems prior would all of a sudden develop this problem after 106 miles which was the distance to my home in omak wa from wenechee. And now its coming up camshaft sensor again. Excessive resistance or short circuits at junction boxes and intermediate connectors are also possibilities.
Anyone know if that is the case and would a car with 118K miles still qualify? Dealer scanned for trouble codes p0725,p0335. I have a problem with a opel Vectra 2. During the cranking the engine will sound like its about to ignite and eventually dies just after. I'm afraid that this could happen at the wrong place and time my wife and family can be hurt or killed. P0335 Symptoms: Nissan Altima Depending on the model year and engine of any vehicle the job of the crankshaft sensor is going to change. Once you have cleared the sensor, you can clear the trouble code and restart your car Test Pin Combinations are: Pins 2 — 3 Pins 1 — 2 Pins 1 — 3 How to Fix To fix the engine from this error code, use a scan tool and inspect whether the engine is cranking or running. When engine is cold, I can start, rough idle, and put in gear and it will move.