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Where is the fuel temperature sensor situated on my Nissan X trail 2.2 diesel 2005 model 4x4

The engine control light stays on

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SOURCE: FUEL AIR METERING

thats a code for an air fuel metering 02 sensor "a/f sensor" make sure you got the right one in u might have got just an 02 sensor instead of an "a/f sensor" hope this helps also is it a dx ex 6 cyl 4cyl?

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SOURCE: Check Engine Light?

there are 3 one on each side of eng. on the Y pipe one behind the cat. convertor. not to hard change

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SOURCE: fuel pump 2005 nissan altima

Take it back to where you had it serviced. They probably simply missed connecting the fuel level sensor. The engine light is probably from a missed emissions hose that goes to the gas tank.

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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There are two cam sensors and they are located on the back of each head in line with the intake cams.

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air intake look at snorkel it could be part of mass air flow check intake for eng coolant

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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