Make sure there are no leaks around. We've worked hard over 11 years designing a website experience that makes it easy for anyone to idenify whether parts fit their car. What can cause three sensors to fail in 8 months? It may take some time of driving miles before it relearns the best engine operating conditions for your vehicle. Go down the door between window and seal about 7 inches with the angle facing towards the rear turn it clockwise then lower another couple inches till you feel the rod contact the lock rod in the door once on it push down and pull forward to unlock I'm a tow truck driver and actually… The 2001 Nissan Frontier has hook-end wiper arms. If you removed the spacer or fell before installation, the sensor may have the sensing surfaced burned. See what they say, if any.
The first thing i noticed is the tacho got a little jumpy. It could happen at any time: You are driving on the highway, moving along in fast traffic, when your engine suddenly loses power. The Service Engine light is starting to get annoying. You will have to break the old zip-ties so if you want to secure the wires down properly you will need to acquire new ones from the dealer. This relates to the intake valve timing. Recent new plugs, wires, and coils.
Note: If you are new to all this, you should know that the camshaft position sensor is a different part from the crankshaft position sensor. The fact that it had a normal level in November and a few days later was very low seems suspicious. I spent about an hour to swap both parts and clean the ground terminals, and didn't get my shirt dirty. The vehicle will remain in closed-loop operation and function normally. . I call the shop names A.
You may need a compression test and leak down test to diagnose the problem. Otherwise I feel like I am wasting time and money for a Service Engine light. Any tips would be appreciated! I just got back from running the truck up on the freeway, which is not part of my normal driving; 2003 Qx4 with 54,000 miles , and the Oxygen sensor finally 'Completed the Test'. Then a few weeks after I had an empty tank of gas so I decided to use one of those cleaners you add with a full tank. This could apply to your particular model.
The housing has 3 screws that attaches it to the engine. This could be a worn fuel pump issue. Also, you want to check the idle air valve. So I took it to the Nissan dealer this time as I wanted to be sure. Beck Arnley's years of experience and proficiency in global sourcing provides vehicle owners the precise part for the right and most up-to-date vehicle applications. The white smoke is more related to coolant or oil leaks bluish smoke into the combustion chamber. Some people remove this thin paper? When replacing the thermostat use Indian Head gasket seal to hold the new thermostat in place so it does not shift and fits snugly in the housing… look on the exhaust pipe, i think it will be just after the catalytic converter-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------There is more than one.
A couple more weeks after that the engine check light came on. Compare your reading to the specification in your manual. Dont see any difference in the crappy gas mileage I have always had, nor the performance, driveability etc. There are some things you might want to check: - When was the last time you replaced the air filter; is it clogging? The function of the camshaft position sensor is important for the vehicle to run at its best, and maintaining a high level of performance and fuel economy. This is Catalytic Converter Efficiency Low. Have the crankshaft sensor tested before replacing it.
Scan the computer, there may be some pending codes if the light hasn't come on. You can find the diagram in the vehicle repair manual for your model. Another possibility is a vacuum leak, usually the intake manifold gasket. With no cams there would be no valves opening. Hope this wasn't too techie.
Then someone said to check out the crankshaft position sensor, so I replaced it and still nothing. A bad camshaft may also affect spark. This happened to me 3 times over a 5 week period before I realized the car was low on oil and leaking too. Also, test the air temperature and cooling sensors. Try spraying some carburetor cleaner around the intake and vacuum lines.
Locate and press the tab or button where the wiper blade is inserted into the hook of the wiper arm and pull wiper blade out of hook. Plus, I bet they didn't clean the ground wires. Unplug the connector and check for rust or contamination, like oil, that is interfering with good electrical contact. You may need a digital multimeter to check for an incoming reference signal for the sensor s. I erased the codes and it still was happening. If you suspect a leak, have it checked. The camshaft position sensor senses the piston position.