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I have been reading the situation on line. My duaghter has a

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Hi Mike,
I have been reading the situation on line. My duaghter has a similar problem with her Micra S 2005. We originallly had a start up issue with the car and installed a camshaft sensor. This solved it but now it has returned. The car turns over but does not start. I have read it could be timing chain stretch but when the car is running there is no timing cahin noise. Could it be the imobiliser?? The light does go out when you install the key. Can you advise ??
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: UK Nissan
Expert:  Kevin replied 10 months ago.

Hi I'm Kevin these timing chains aren't always noisy when stretching has occurred and normally it's a crank sensor that causes a start issue rather than camsensor . Do you know if you have fuel or spark at engine

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