Question about 2005 Nissan Altima
I had the same problem, my car turning off while driving, and I had to replace the Crank shaft sensor..worked fine for two weeks, then it wouldnt start. Just kept cranking but not turning over, now need to change the Cam shaft sensor!!! Apparently, there was a recall for the crank position sensor, and you can take to the dealer and they will reprogram the ECM for free, but thats it!! The crank sensor is $45 and change, and the cam sensor is 35 and change.. But that is just for the parts, not the service.. If you google cam shart sensor for altima 05, you will come across a TON of complaint sights with people having the same problem!! Nissan is ignoring the situation as of now.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I just read this post I have had the same problem here with the start up issue replaced the crank/cam sensor the fault code was cleared out by the MM next morning after having them replace the fault light came on again with the same code PCO348. It turned out to be the ide speed unit that was the problem in my case.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Nissan has a crank and cam sensor kit. Install kit. Make sure that sensor with white dot at bolt hole goes to the crank. Clean crank sensor connector w/ brake clean. It will be full of oil. See it all the time. Nissan also has a new software for your ECM/computer. They can reprogram it to help the starting condition. Reprogram is covered by Nissan 8years, 80000 miles.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
I had this problem it was a censor, please don't let them tell you differently, i had the throttle clean, tune up,fuel injection almost everything done. i finally took my car to nissan and it was a censorl. actually its a recall . look into this immediately. finally your car will shut off and not start at all.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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