Question about 2005 Nissan Sentra
Engine turns over no problem, battery voltage is good, fuel pressure builds to over 30 psi with ignition on and stays there during cranking. The plugs were wet so fuel is reaching the cylinders. There are no engine codes showing with my code reader. Can a bad crankshaft position sensor cause the problem without setting a code ? Also it has averaged 15 degrees below 0 C for the last 5 days if that would make any difference (it shouldn't).
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Nissans are known to have problems with ignition coils which would not show up on code reader. I would start with that. Pull a plug and hold it to ground to see how strong the spark is while turning engine over. If the plugs are wet when you take them out then you can be sure it is in all probability related to coils.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
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