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Nissan Almera wont start with code P0345

Replaced cam and crank sensors, fuel pump, fuel pump relay, battery and ECU. Fuel getting to spark plugs, engine tumbling but there seems to be no electricity to coil packs

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It's more than likely your timing chains have stretched, the way to check if they have is remove rocker cover look down at the timing chains and you will see a tensioner that has a small piston pushing a guide onto the chain, if that piston is out more than 10mm then your timing chain is stretched, you will need a new timing chain kit, not cheap and not a simple job to do!

Posted on Jan 24, 2015

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Why would anyone replace those parts?

I guess the car was never tested to find any problems

No more to say

Common sense-- tells you that not all those
parts failed at one time or any at all

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