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Location of cam and crank angle sensor in 96 N15

I need to find the Cam and Cranks angle sensor on my 1996 Nissan Pulsar N15 1.5L

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The cam and crank position sensor can be found in the front of the crank on the engine block below or next to the water pump in many applications.
It can also be located on the main crank pully or the flywheel.

Posted on Feb 09, 2012

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SOURCE: knock sensor 1996 v6 3.3 nissan pathfinder

the knock sensor is located under the intake PLENUM the crank sensor is located at the crank gear under the timing belt cover neither one is very much fun to do!

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SOURCE: no spark from 1988 nissan pulsar

BOT MA MAY B ,,,, BUT FIRST CHECK FUSEZ ,,,,, HAVE CHECKED POINT ?

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SOURCE: wont start but cranks

I dont know if you have tried this, but first change the glow plugs, if that doesnt work or you have tried that, then clean off the terminal where the glow plug cables attach to by the battery. Hope this helps

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It sounds like you have possibly two problems for your concern. One... the crank and cam sensor could cause this. Two... a faulty fuel pump could cause this.

Nissan experienced a huge problem from the supplier of the crank and cam sensors. The supplier has upgraded the sensors from plastic to metal for improvement. Using a scan tool you can monitor the crank sensor RPM and the cam sensor RPM. If they are zero when spinning the engine over then you will need to replace them.

Check the fuel pressure and if it is not ok then make sure the proper power is sent to the fuel pump. The fuel pump is located through an access hole under the rear seat. Remove the cover and disconnect the connector check the terminal for power. It will be the one to the right of the 5 pin gray connector black with yellow tracer wire. You should have battery voltage with the key on. The voltage will only be triggered for 1 to 2 seconds. If that is ok the fuel pump is faulty... replace it.

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Its possible, that you crank angle sensor is failing. Also, that vehicle had a issue with the ECM/computer. Nissan put a set of foams inside of the ECM box to prevent the ECM from movement, however the glue that they used to attach the foams was causing the ECM to fail. The vapors from the glue would eat up vital circuits inside the computer causing failuer. I would go to your local dealer and provide them with your VIN nujber. With the VIN number, thay can check to ysee if the foam campaign has been doen and also the crank and cam angle sensor camaign. Nissan volunteraly replaced cam and crank angle sensors if the VIN number matches the campaign. Your ECM/computer is covered for 8years or 80000 miles. We are also starting to see timing chains getting stretched causing running issues, but you will have a "check engine light on" for cam angle sensor circuit. Anyhow, go to your local friendly NIssan dealer and have them run your VIN number to see if you have any open campaigns (crank and cam sensors, ECM foam etc.) Good luck and let me know what you find.

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is the check engine light on?? i would suspect your crank angle sensor. replace the cam sensors too. nissan had problem(there is a campaign) with those, so they came out with a crank and cam sensor kits. get the kit ( at a dealer ) and install it. actually have your nissan dealer run your VIN number to see if you don't have open campaign for it, if so, they will replace them for FREE. But that's what I would be looking at if one of those came to me to fix.

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