Question about 1996 Nissan Pickup
Depend from the car's year, yours should be inside but a skilled mechanic can figure it out as soon as he sees it!
if you are not going to do it by yourself ,please go a least to some private mechanic to avoid big bill and to save something since your car is not really new! Good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Firstly, if your mechanic cannot locate the camshaft sensor on your GA15DE, then he should NOT be working on your vehicle - chances are, you are payiing extra labour time due to his lack of skill !
Camshaft sensors are generally located 'inside' the distributor cap, or just outside it. Some Nissan engines had the location moved from the side of the engine, to the top.
I strongly recommend you choose a mechanic who understands your engine (i.e. authorised Nissan mechanic) who will get the job done quicker.
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Posted on May 06, 2011
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