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1996 nissan quest. car wont start and just keeps trying to crank. it has a knock sensor code that i pulled out of the dtc. it has no injector pulse and we are trying to figure out if the knock sensor could be cutting off the injector pulse going to the ecm or if it could be related? any suggestions?

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Have a bad knock sensor on my 06 villager and no problem driving it daily, most likely you may have a coil problem, fuel pump or MAF sensor problem. Hope this works

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