Hello my name is XXXXX XXXXX thank you for your question.
The Cam Sensors you installed, did you get them from your local auto parts store?
I got sensors from car quest.
That is most likely your problem if you had a Cam sensor code.
After market sensors never work.
You need to get the sensors from the dealer and that should resolve your problem
I deal with this all the time at the dealer, and here online..
When it comes to electrical parts, always stick with the dealer.
the new sensos don't set a code,
After market electrical parts never work right and end up costing you more money
That is what happens...
They will not longer cause a code, but still cause issues which makes you spend more money than you actually need to
how can I verify this , with sensor values.
It's tough cause there is no real inspection to test the sensors. You need to use a Oscilloscope to check there operation
Trust me when I say.. if you had a Cam Sensor code.. It's the after market Sensors...
Deal with all the time at work and on here!
so the sensors wave pattern could cause it to only have spark when you release the key.
You may not see a wave pattern till the engine speed starts to slow down, then you get a jolt of a wave and there is your spark.
or you may see a messed up wave pattern which is confusing the Ecm which is another reason it won't send spark
I know this may not be the answer you want to here, but I have seen it so many times.
I understand, so I'll try a pair from Nissan,thanks for your time.
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