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When engine turns off itself

The nissan 2003 ser spec v in some point the engine will star turning off everytime you stop, the problem is that the camshaft sensor is bad and that the aire flow sensor is dirty, try cleanig the air sensor and replacing the camshaft sensor

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the car stalls at times when you come to a stop


You have to have the Engine code and then star from that point. It could be MAF sensor problem or something else.

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my 2003 nissan altima engine misses and surges and it comes and goes it is a 4 cyl 2.3


Camshaft and crankshaft sensors are common failures on these vehicles and will give you those symptoms. Camshaft sensor is fairly easy to change (right on top on side of head on drivers side)
Crankshaft sensor is buried on backside of engine way down on the bottom.

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i have a 2003 Nissan Sentra SE-R and the engine keeps sputtering while i am driving and the diagnostic pulled the P0335 code indicating that my CKP is malfunctioning but i just replaced it and it is doing the same thing


Note - not a solution..just adding my woes!
I drive a 2003 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V.
My car suddenly stalled 1 day and the engine wouldn\'t turn over. Brought it to my mechanic and had the Camshaft position sensor replaced by my mechanic. The car ran fine for about 2 weeks and then the light was back on with the initial symptoms.

Took the car into the dealership and they diagnosed it again as P0335. Said that the mechanic hadn\'t installed the sensor correctly. Charged me a bunch of money to replace the thing and not too long ago the check engine light is on. The Revs bounce around everywhere. Checked the code again and it\'s P0335 yet again! Am in talks with the dealership to get to the bottom of this...

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everytime i brake my car vibrates. It feels like


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