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your ECM may be shot. go to your local Nissan dealer and have them run your VIN number for any campaigns. Your model sentra had a ECM foam campaign where the ECM foam inside of the ECM box gets removed, because of the adhesive that Nissan used to adhere the foam inside of the ECM box. The glue that nissan used is toxic and eats the ECM from the inside. That mey be causing your issues. have the VIN number checked to see if the campaign has been performed/foam removed.
P0350-Ignition primary and secondary circuit malfunction.
P0113-O2 circuit slow respose
P0183-Fuel temperature "A"High input
They say 3 is a charm.as for P0183 the temperature circuit is disconnected (this is a clue),P0113 circuit of the 02 slow response (this is a clue), P0350 secondary and primary that leads to a (clue)
You have wires touching where they should not be touching. If you replace ECM and Coil it will just come back with the same problem,who every you take this for repair they need to recognize this as a shorted wire harness and see it as one unit,not just read a code.This is tied as one , have them open the wire harness to the affected coil not all the way just enough to see if it shorted out, My suggestion is to check and make sure the conection to the coil is not loose and all connection for coil is not loose,
ecm is located on r/h side of the firewall. you will see this black plastic piece sticking out of the firewall. its attached with 2 10mm socket bolts. remove those and pull on the box and the em will come out of the firewall.
The ECM on my 2002 nissan sentra gxe is located on the left side of the firewall if you're standing in front of the car. It's easy to get to and remove, just a few bolts and a harness. The problem is in finding a replacement. Not many of the rebuilders want to deal with this model as they get a lot of returns. Seems Nissan put a foam liner inside the ecm and even if taken out early there were problems as the glue used to hold the foam caused bad problems with the board in the ecm. There was a recall so if your car wasn't fixed you may get an ecm at no cost.
Its possible, that you crank angle sensor is failing. Also, that vehicle had a issue with the ECM/computer. Nissan put a set of foams inside of the ECM box to prevent the ECM from movement, however the glue that they used to attach the foams was causing the ECM to fail. The vapors from the glue would eat up vital circuits inside the computer causing failuer. I would go to your local dealer and provide them with your VIN nujber. With the VIN number, thay can check to ysee if the foam campaign has been doen and also the crank and cam angle sensor camaign. Nissan volunteraly replaced cam and crank angle sensors if the VIN number matches the campaign. Your ECM/computer is covered for 8years or 80000 miles. We are also starting to see timing chains getting stretched causing running issues, but you will have a "check engine light on" for cam angle sensor circuit. Anyhow, go to your local friendly NIssan dealer and have them run your VIN number to see if you have any open campaigns (crank and cam sensors, ECM foam etc.) Good luck and let me know what you find.