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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Code P0355 i would take your crankshaft position sensor out and
look at the end of it, It's probably hitting on the reflector wheel. If
it has any scuffs or white marks on the crankshaft position sensor it
needs to be shimmed with a 0.5mm thick shim. GM part number 12565102.
While your looking at the sensor take a quick look at the front cover and make sure it's not damaged.
Good luck and merry Xmass
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
Replaced 2 crankshaft position sensors on a 01 PT and never taught it and works fine.Would think that what it is sensing is located in certin spots so it will only pick up when it is required.Don't know what there would be to teach.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
my nissan sentra sr spec-v 2003 with 2.5 l engine it stops for a few seconds while i'm driving it and the scaner gave me the P0335 code. what am i supose to do?
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
The crank position sensor is located on the front of the engine, down by the oil filter housing. It's held in place by a single bolt, should be 10mm outer with at 5mm allen in the center of the bolt, so you can use either tool. It's got a harness about a foot long that clips into a bracket. There's a good chance this is your problem, it's difficult to test because it is an inductive sensor, it produces an AC signal when the engine turns. I'd recommend replacing the sensor, it's not too tough. I have heard however that aftermartket parts are less reliable, so it might be best to play it safe and go to the dealer or check out rockauto.com and buy a bosch sensor.
The hardest part is getting the old one out, remove the bolt and twist and pull the sensor out of the block. Lube the o-ring on the new sensor to get it to go in easier.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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