Question about 2002 Nissan Maxima
Are you aware that your car has an ignition module in the distributor. The crank sensor could of been tested before replacing to determine its condition. With this info by checking the injector pulse and module pulse it could of been determined that the PCM was good and that the module was the fault. Anyways hope this helps since the module is the last choice. Providing you havnt blown a PCM or ignition fuse, that is if your car has a fuse option for that.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Have you confirmed voltage at the ignition coil and module( Igniter) you will need to have power there. If you have power and all the grounds are ok then you may have a bad distributor pick up (cam sensor). The distributor as a whole is what I replace when I find a problem internaly. The replacement parst are usually more expensive to replace than the complete unit.
I hope this helps.
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