Question about 2003 Nissan Sentra
This problem started 9 months ago. Brought it to the dealership, they couldn't fix it. No check engine light was on. It runs great other then when it has miss fired. My neighbor is a part-time mechanic and it did miss in my drive way. He took it for a ride, the engine light finally came on and it said miss fire cylinder 3. We changed the plugs moved the coils over 1 place. Figuring if it was the coils it would miss fire in another cylinder. The car ran fine for a month then miss fire again. Code said cylinder 3. We pulled the fuel injectors cleaned them and put them back. The car was fine for 2 months and missed fired again for about 100'. No check engine light. Any idea what it could be
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car dies while driving
I think that your crank angle sensor failed. Is the check engine light on?? if so, scan it and get code. If the code is P0335, than you need new crank angle sensor. Nissan has been having some problems with those even on other Nissan products. (Altima, Pathfinder and so on) Good luck.
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
well if the head gasket has been replaced you shouldnt smeel any coolant. But have you check your coolant hoses???? for leaks or any coolant on the driveway, when your car has been sitting there overnight!???
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: p1320 trouble code plus
The P1320 code is essentially a coil primary voltage problem. This is traceable using a labscope or accurate DVOM and perhaps you can isolate one or two coils that still work but are close to failure...but there is a nissan service message recommending replacement of ALL coils with updated/improved models to prevent this type of failure. TCS/SLIP is traction control. Most likely you have a speed sensor issue. Be aware, some vehicles can falsely illuminate TCS because of low tire pressure in a single wheel.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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It sounds like the number 2 injector is hung open.
It will dump fuel and cause all sorts off issues with the ECU.
You should ohm that injector and compare it with the others to see if it is wildly different. If so, change it out and retest.
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
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