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Where to find the crank sensor and how to replace it?

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The crank shaft sensor is located behind the engine next to the fire wall, very difficult to get to. You will most likely need a lift. The part typically runs 25-50 and I attempted the repair for nearly 3 days using ramps and decided to take it to Nissan. I paid 130 for part and labor. I had researched the issue and since it was a mechanical safety error and I complained to the corporate the said they would do a "one time" courtesy refund.

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2.5L ENGINE CKP SENSOR LOCATION ON THE OIL PAN. THE 3.5L ENGINE CKP SENSOR LOCATION IS ON THE FLYWHEEL END OF THE BLOCK THE FRONT OF CYLINDER HEAD.

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  • Jonah Oneal Aug 09, 2010

    ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TO DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FROM CKP SENSOR.REMOVE THE CKP SENSOR BOLTS.THEN REMOVE THE CKP SENSOR THAT ALL YOU HAVE TO DO.

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