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2004 Nissan Sentra 1.8S that stopped running, it threw code P0335 (Crankshaft Position Sensor) which I replaced; the CEL will not go out, and I was wondering if the CEL must be cleared using a handheld device or should the battery negative being off for 30 minutes have cleared it? I am worried about driving long distance with the light on even though I just replaced the sensor. I did have the code read again after the sensor was replaced and it showed a P0335 again. Thank you - John

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Should shut off after 40 unfaulted key cycles or with battery un hooked for half hour if runs good dont be scared to drive it that wont hurt it at all

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