I Harness or connectors
(The crankshaft position sensor (POS) circuit is open or
I Crankshaft position sensor (POS)
I Starter motor (Refer to EL section.)
I Starting system circuit (Refer to EL section.)
I Dead (Weak) battery
If I replace the ecm, is it necessary to reprogram the key? Also, regarding the crankshaft sensor by crankshaft pulley, (code p1336) is this also called a 'ref' sensor? Thanks for your info.Could I utilize a used ecm?
the Nissan service manual say it should be 5 volts 0.3 volts is nothing that is like what you would see on a ground circuit i have to go by the Nissan manual
Just remembered. What about the issue with the white w/black wire at the ecm relay?Did you not indicate this should have power while cranking? This was never dealt with.We only took care of the red w/green wire at the ecm relay, therefore we now have battery voltage at the red wire belonging to the crankshaft sensor connector.
yes it is you need the car to run so what ever fix the problem is what have to be done , you can try to check the wire from the sensor to the ecm unplug both and do a continuity test you can also put battery volts to the wire then put a light bulb at the other end then go to ground see if the bulb in brite that will check the condition of the wire