Question about 2003 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab
Here if you have the 3.3 supercharged motor and looking for the->! CRANKPOSITOIN SENSOR!<- and none of these answers have lead u towards the right direction this one will. 1.Jack it up on the drivers side. 2.put jackstands under the frame by deivers door and front crossmember to aupport the vehicle. 3.Take off the tire on the drivers side. 4 remove false rubber fender. 5. Look straight ahead just over the exhaust then vwalla itll be staring straight at you:)
Posted on Aug 25, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel filter location
No, it is in front of the fuel tank right behind the tranny crossmember support somewhat hidden by a metal cover. Easy to see if you just look near the middle of the truck - under the where a back seat would be if you have the 4-door model.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: location of knock sensor
Knock sensors can be difficult to locate because there usually buried under intake or exhaust manifolds and misc. engine wiring and plumbing. Knock sensors need to hear an engine knocking noise, therefore there usually located somewhere they can hear an engine knock. If it's a V6 then possibly it will be between the cylinder heads and access to them can only be attained by removing the intake manifold. I would suggest calling a Nissan Dealer parts person and ask them. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
It is located on the engine block itself in the valley between the cylinder heads. The entire intake manifold has to come off to access it:
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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SOURCE: 2001 nissan frontier 3.3 super
Its located behind the air intake, by the firewall. It looks like a doughnut with rubber on it, and a wire coming out of the side. Its held down by a bolt. Its just in a hard place to get to. If you remove the bolt first, its easier to pull up by the wire. disconnect the wire, and throw away, connect the new one, and bolt the new one in. ONLY use 20lbs. torque to tighten it down. It will break if not careful(found out the hard way). Its about a 10 minute job
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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