Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
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Did you get the Cam and Crank Sensors from your local auto Parts store? Do you have any codes?
First when it comes to after market sensors. They never work right. That can certainly cause stalling and not throw codes. If they do cause codes, normally it's a intake timing code which make you think something is wrong with the timing chains.
So first thing you will need to do is put OEM cam and crank Sensors in the engine. 2nd. What brand spark plugs are in this engine?
I understand. You need to start with changing those Cam and Crank Sensor with OEM one's first. From there we can do more of the proper tests to see what is going on.
Do you have the old Cam and Crank Sensors? Did your old engine have them? Did you have a code for them? is that why you changed them?
If the sensors don't have this logo on them, they are after market and you can't trust their operation.
If you unplug the MAF sensor will the car start and idle?
IF you put in gear, will it stall?
Does this car have a After Market Throttle chamber?
You want to put them back in.
Oh.. Starting to make sense...
Did your old engine have this cold air intake? Do you have the factory intake?
I can understand your thoughts on that. But for now, can we put the factory intake on and see if there is any change?