There is a recall for this on the 2006 Altima's but mine is not included. I do not work for Nissan. It turns over, but it won't catch. Send an email to bigdog50001 gmail. If you feel like there is anything you would like to add, please leave a comment below. Dealer scanned for trouble codes p0725,p0335.
The currently selected is for the Nissan makes. Don't forget the rubber o-ring. See what they say, if any. When I try to start it sounds like the starter tries to but no acutual combustion happens. Can you help to see if the dealer is getting away with this? It always sound like I am using a big pipe straw to blow air instead of the small normal one. In most cases, you'll see a fluctuating signal between 0.
The car sat at his shop for three days and he never had a problem with it starting so he couldn't fix it. It can lead to a hard start along with other performance issues. Give it a good clean, over and under the choke valve and air horn body. If the engine sputters while accelerating, the problem is one of the wires or related circuits ignition coil? Do you think that they have to recognize the recall and reimburse my money? Sure enough the car constantly leaves me in a panic because it never starts right away. Also, if you disconnected the battery without using a memory saver while replacing the sensor, your computer may have lost the adaptive learning strategy. The exact vehicle in this video is a 2003 Nissan Altima 2. The sensor system consists of a rotating part, typically a disc, as well as a static part, the actual sensor.
Just a side note, more than likely the crankshaft position is your issue and it's under a recall from Nissan and they will replace it for free. Usually, a problematic crankshaft position sensor will produce any of the following 7 symptoms that alert the driver of a potential problem that should be serviced. Also, check the engine grounds: If necessary, have the ignition system checked as well. I bought a new car because I was constantly getting stranded and having to fix my old one. And they do this after they fix the sensors.
Check with you dealer before you go doing any repairs. Use the following link to share this video: Videos provided on this channel are intended for informational purposes only and cannot be held liable for any injury, damage, or problems that arise when trying to duplicate steps shown in these videos. Hearing that my purchased extended warranty wasn't going to pay, and also Nissan of North America basically telling me they were sorry. Next time the engine is hard to start open the hood and let the engine 'breathe' for a few minutes and try starting the engine. It would be the 1st and 2nd runners from the driver side. This relates to the intake valve timing. You can see this happens with bad connected or loose wires on some of this sensors ignition or fuel system.
The warranty should not be limited to the original owner. The car does everything as described. Well now I'm their biggest enemy. If you can't find anything wrong with the sensor or its circuit, it's possible you may have an intermittent failure or a failure in a related component. The stater motor seems to be working fine because it always cranks with the same sound even when the car is unable to start. Due to the numerous previous supersessions of older versions of this sensor, the replacement sensor may look slightly different from the sensor on the vehicle, and the installation orientation and connector may be in a somewhat different clock position. To provide a better website experience, axleaddict.
Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission. I do them everyday at our dealership. What turned out to be the biggest problem was the connector securing the wiring harness to the sensor. When I test the sensors with the engine running I get. I was able to put my car in park and restart the car. There are some things you might want to check: - When was the last time you replaced the air filter; is it clogging? Definitely won't be taking it out of town until something is done.
This can be dangerous if it happens while driving. If it does, you might have issues with the starter motor. Depending on the specific application, this sensor may be found in the cam or crank sensor location. The engine would sometimes be hard to start. Less Likely Reasons Most of the time, the reasons outlined above are going to be the problem.