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The sensor inside the fuel tank that sends the signal to the gauge telling it how much fuel is in the tank

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Po463 po183 nissan versa


code p 0183 refers to fuel temperature sensor A --high input===causes --wiring short to positive ---fuel temp sensor--ECM
code p 0463 refers to fuel tank level sensor --high input===causes --wiring short to positive fuel tan level sensor ---ECM
if the temp sender and the fuel level sensor ( both located in the same fitting in the tank)are in the same wiring harness then there may be a connection as the wiring short to positive is common
check for the harness rubbed through somewhere causing the problem or an after market screw screwed into the harness some where

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How do you replace a fuel pump on a 2007 nissan ?


you have to drop the fuel tank to get to the fuel pick up. it has the fuel pump, the fuel level sensor, and the fuel return all together.

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Temp sensor


I'm not a 100% but it sounds like your camshaft position sensor went bad then caused the other codes to come up because the camshaft position sensor tells the computer how much gas it needs. So it started a chain reaction with the fuel level sensor, fuel temperature sensor, and knock sensor codes. The Fuel temp. sensor helps the engine to know how much fuel to inject as well depending on the temp. of the fuel. The fuel pressure sensor senses the amount of fuel in the fuel rail by reading the internal pressure of the rail, so that's what leads me to believe that it's your camshaft position sensor. Particularly if that was the first code that came up. Hope this helps you.

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How do you troubleshoot the 2 fuel level sensors on an '06 Murano? How do you reset a "service engine soon" light?


you will need a scanner to reset it. as far as the fuel level sensors. there is a recall from Nissan on that vehicle have you contacted your locla dealer to see if you have a recall on your Murano. If not I will help you diagnosis it but you need a special tool to get the fuel level sensors out and back in the car and it is not time consumming but it is very diffuclt to get the piece back in the gas tank and to seal the right way.

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My 2004 nissan sentra will not start, just turns over.obd code po455,po183 and po463 not sure what to check. I tried gas cap, took gas line off and turned car over but no fuel, it my be my fuel pump but...


P0183 = Fuel temperature sensor A circuit, high input

P0455 = evaporative emission (EVAP) control system leak detected (no purge flow or large leak)

P0463 = fuel level sensor circuit, high input.

Check to see if the charcoal (evap) canister is full of fuel. If so, empty it. Check for a faulty canister vent valve. Check for a short to ground in wiring to fuel temp sensor and fuel level sensor.

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Location of fuel filter 1995 Nissan Maxima


  1. This is if it is an internal filter, if it is not you still have to pull the whole bottom of the back seat out and look for the inspection plate.
  2. Relieve the fuel system pressure by first removing the fuel pump fuse. Then, start the engine and allow it to run until it stalls. Crank the engine for 2 to 3 seconds to release the pressure Turn the ignition off.
  3. Step 2 Disconnect the negative battery cable. Remove the rear seat bottom and the inspection hole cover. Disconnect the electrical and quick connectors and remove the six screws. Remove the fuel level sensor unit and the fuel pump assembly. Then, take out the flange and snap fit portion of the fuel pump.
  4. Step 3 Remove the fuel tank temperature sensor harness, the fuel level sensor flange, and the fuel pump connector. Disconnect the quick connectors from the fuel level sensor, and remove the fuel level sensor from the chamber. Take out the fuel filter.
  5. Step 4 Put the new fuel filter in the chamber, followed by the fuel level sensor. Attach the quick connectors to the fuel sensor. Connect the fuel pump connector and put the fuel level sensor flange and fuel tank temperature sensor harness back.
  6. Step 5 Place the fuel pump assembly inside the tank. Replace the screws and electrical connectors. Reattach the quick connectors. Reconnect the negative battery cable.
  7. Step 6 Start your car and check for leaks, and make repairs if necessary. When repairs are complete, replace the inspection hole cover and the rear seat bottom.

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2006 Path Finder


yup, nissan has problem with those and yes, there is a service bulletin for the replacement of the fuel level sensor. common problem on your year pathfinder and frontier.

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