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Hi Again,here's a link to a Oem mass air flow sensor from Ebay,it has the part number on it,just mouse over to enlarge to see numbers good,has a good price of 30 dollars used,Ebay is great in returning parts if they don't work,I have returned some hinges that wouldn't work on my door,hope this helps you. 1996 Nissan Sentra 1 6L DOHC Mass Airflow Sensor
If you have a multimeter, set it on x10 ohm scale. read resistance between engine and body, then negative terminal of battery to body. should be zero ohms. if not connect a ground strap from engine to body (make sure metal is clean at connection points) then one from negative of battery terminal to body. check again with meter should be zero ohms.
The pump does have a filter on it but you should also have an inline fuel filter somewhere underneath your car, Check the pump when you turn the ignition key on the pump should run for a second or two then shut off if you can hear it , it is working. It is rare for a vechicle not to have an inline fuel filter but there are some models that don't have one. The filters on the pumps usually don't stop up that often,it's pretty rare.I would try to replace the inline filter call and ask your local part store if they have one for it and you will know for sure. And usually if the crank sensor is bad it won't crank at all.