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Hi sounds like the same problem I had crankshaft sensor my battery light came on and the engine would cut out sometimes would start straight away other times took 5mins to start again.
But would get a garage to check fault codes costs about 40pound but could save you 100's as it may be a faulty alternator/battery.
The crankshaft sensor for your car is located near the starter. The best way to see it is to remove the driver's side microfilter housing and connected air tube. If you are looking at the starter, the crankshaft sensor is located to the right and is held in place with a 5mm allen bolt.
Here's some pics of my 2003 Altima Crankshaft Sensor. Often mistaken by the Camshaft Sensor because both are identical sensors. They are each located in different locations. I've seen diagrams with the WRONG labeling. Again, this is so confusing for even a mechanic to understand because both sensors carry the same part number which is rare. http://x.nissanhelp.com/forums/members/digitaldxing-albums-2003-nissan-altima-crankshaft-position-sensor-picture331-2003-nissan-altima-crankshaft-position-sensor.html
This is a fairly easy repair.It does not require any technical work at all.It is a job that should take a mechanically inclined person about two hours to accomplish in their garage of their house.Any other questions get back to me....Thx..
the crankshaft sensor is located under the starter motor, you will have to remove the air intake manifold to gain access to replace the sensor, if you are not sure how to carry out this repair it would be better to get a local garage to do it, regards mark
Need a CRANK SENSOR its located on the side of the crankshaft. This provides spark reference for this vehicle obviously you are getting gad and NO spark beci=ause the car floods. Good Luck contact if you need more help. for parks check Bavarian auto or BMW or a Bosch retailer all good parts. Good Luckcontact if you need more help, thanks or using FIX YA