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Trying to locate crankshaft position sensor on 2006 nissan 2.5 liter engine so can be replaced codes said sensor was bad

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THE CRANKSHAFT SENSOR IS LOCATED ON THE OIL PAN.

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This engine has (2) Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensors: the Upper sensor is CKP sensor B, and the lower sensor is CKP sensor A (this is included for the OBD-II DTC codes - P0385 references Sensor B = upper CKP sensor, whereas P0335 references the lower CKP sensor (sensor A)).

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