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i think it's the starter. On most nissans, the starter and the crank position sensor are close to each other. Some nissans have 4 position sensors, between crank sensor, crank angle sensor, cam position sensor, and sensor sensing sensor, oh and cam angle sensor. Oh wait, maybe it's a bad ground. Nope, gotta be the staerter.
That is a common crankshaft angle sensor trait just before it quits completely. Find your crank angle sensor (almost behind the crankshaft pulley) and when your engine gets hot & cuts out, pour cold water over the sensor to cool it down. If the engine then starts straight away the sensor is faulty.
if truck does not start it sounds like a bad crank sensor! have it scanned to be sure. a bad crank sensor as it controls timing more than likely engine will not start at all. engine back fire or irregular rpm function. no start and no pulse to injectors, car will stall when stopped. p0335 to p0342 are the sensor problem codes.
i had a van do this same thing to a tee turned out to be a broken key pin in the harmonic balencer causing the timing to ****** replaced balencer and ran like a dream there is a crank sensor grid on the balencer when the key pin broke it trew the timing off
It is possible but I would check the timing again it's easy for the gear to move, had a toyota in the other day and he did his own belt change and it was perfect except he was two teeth off on the left cam and it had no power. put it on #1 TDC compression stroke and look at the marker on the crank and put some compressed air in lightly then see if you hear air in the exhaust or intake if you do then it's tear down time if not then check the sensor but really don't think thats what you did. Did you forget to hook up a wire someplace? I have done that upon occasion when inturpted by the phone or coustmer.
Ford1989 F 150 Is this 4.9 L (6) cyl. ? Truck runs until hot then quits. Cools down then runs again.
You can get error codes. Many auto parts stores will have free loaner meters to read them.
It could be the hall effect sensor in the distributor. You need to test for injector pulse and if you don't have a pulse, the hall effect sensor will be suspect. This sensor checks for crankshaft position in earlier models instead of a cranks position sensor. The TFI module plugs in near it.
Use a noid light for Ford plugged into an injector and crank the engine to see if it lights.