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P0118 code nissan altima 2002 p0118 shows up after replacing camshaft sensor P0340

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    Donnie Braden Mar 18, 2014

    try changeing the speed sensor it worked on mine

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Make sure you didn't accidentally unplug the ECT sensor or damage the wires. If visual inspection checks out ok clear the code and verify it comes back. If it does probably need a new sensor and or thermostat, pay attention to your temperature gauge. If it acts erratic or definitively different then normal, most likely need a thermostat. I usually just replace both and be done with it.

Posted on Mar 19, 2014

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SOURCE: where crank shaft and camshaft?

Hi I have a 2002 altima and I just fixed all that stuff. The crankshaft sensor is a different sensor and located in a different place. The crankshaft pos. sensor is located in back of the motor next to the firewall maybe half way down toward the driver side. there was a few tricks to getting to it and replacing it that no one mentioned it but I got it down. I replaced it 3 or for times till I got the right one so I was able to do the whole thing in about 15 min at the end. if you still need help email me, its kinda easy once you know what youre looking for!

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Take the battery cable of for a wile and let it re boot put it back on and see it clears and it stays off. Some times just clearing it with the computer dont clear it from the source

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