Question about 2004 Nissan Altima
WENT TO DC CAME BACK HOME CAR ACTED UP. WOULDNT START RIGHT AWAY UNTIL THE ENGINE COOLED DOWN. TOOK IT TO BE LOOKED AT AND THE MECANIC SAID IT WAS THE CRANKSHAFT/CAMSHAFT SENSOR. BOUGHT SENSORS FROM NISSAN DEALSHIP TWO DAYS LATER CHECK ENGINE LIGHT COMES ON AGAIN SAME DAMN PROBLEM
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A camshaft position sensor,or cylinder identification sensor is used to determin the engine cycle position the information is used to provide individual cylinder ignition and injection cotrol.Many engine mangement systems use an inductive type of sensor that is located near the camshaft;when the camshaft rotates a single signal is passed to the ECU to indicate a reference point in the engine cycle
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