Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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1 coil will not cause this. Did you replace the Cam and Crank sensors with ones from your local auto parts store?
yeah.. When it comes to after market electrical parts, they never work right. Did you have a code for either of them? Is that why you changed them?
Ok.. Well the first think you will need to do is replace those two sensors with ones from the dealer. It's very common for after market ones not to work.
Do you still have the old ones?
Lets try cleaning them up, cause the car at least ran with those correct?
It's two sensors. I was trying to see if it would start with the old sensors. But yeah.. I would replace both those sensors as a start to see if it will start.
Let me know how you make out after you do that.
Two sensors meaning, 1 Cam and 1 Crank sensor..
the other is a intake timing. That didn't need to be changed. That is the one towards to front of the engine up top.
Yeah, that is right.. The 2000's had two cams.
I forgot about that.. So yeah. I would replace all 3
LOL.. I feel stupid.. Don't work on the older Sentra's that much any more. When you work at the dealer, you get use to the new stuff.
Talk to you soon!
It could be a bad computer. You would need a scanner and a oscilloscope to verify it though