Nissan Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hello. Did you replace the sensor?
Ok. And you performed the testing of all the associated wiring? Did you use the wiring diagnostic procedure outlined by Nissan?
If you need it, I can provide you the entire diagnostic procedure for this code. If you have access to a camera, you should check the condition of the signal plate on the crank shaft. If there's damage to the plate this problem will occur as well
Ok. If you confirmed that there is not a wiring problem, did you use a small camera to check the condition of the signal plate?
Just to make sure, check the procedure I am attaching and make sure that you followed every step and didn't miss anything.
OK. so you have followed that entire procedure and everything checked out good? every step?
vacuum leak isn't indicated here. Try clicking the link again. I just tried it and it worked. There may be something in there that your procedure didn't cover
we had an 02 altima that was driven in to us. wouldn't go over 20 mph. kept giving the same code. after quite a bit of diagnostics we found that the signal plate was totally missing. the owner had "rebuilt" the engine and got a ground crank and didn't transfer the signal plate over. So, it will run without the signal. Not well but it will run
I can't imagine how every step of the diagnostic tree checks out perfect but still the problem persists. Something has to be missing.
I will open this up for the other techs. Hopefully one of them will have some better insight.
The point of that information was to make you aware that the car will still run even with a loss of signal
Hello my namr is Jay and thank you for your question
On your old crank sensor, where the electrical connector goes, do you see oil in there? Also when you changed the Crank sensor, did you make sure the connector lock snapped all the way up when you plugged it in?
Do you still require help with this issue?