Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hey there, thanks for the question.
The engine cranks strong though? or is it a weak crank?
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More common than not a crank no start condition is attributed to a bad cam sensor causing a no spark condition. Checking for spark and finding no spark is the easiest diagnostic route to take to verify that the cam sensor is likely responsible.
The only problem you will have without any fault codes or a lab scope is that there is 2 cam sensors (one for each bank) so you will need to replace them BOTH if you don't which one is the culprit.
Also, be sure to use OEM Nissan cam sensors. I can't stress this enough, they are worth the extra $15 each they will cost!
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