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all of a sudden my 2005 Altima will crank forever but not start. after pumping the accelerator 15-20 times it started and ran fine. next time I tried to start it the same thing happened. I thought maybe fuel filter because when the guy filled it up last time, he filled it to the top. check engine light is on now too, I think code 0335? crankshaft position sensor. does that sound right?
Hey all. I've had my 2003 in twice for the Crankshaft position sensor. In Feb 08 it fixed everything. My car wouldn't start when it had been running for a while. I'd pull into a gas station, then go to start it again and it would just turn over. Same thing just happened in July 2010. They replaced the crankshaft position sensor again, but now it's still doing the same thing. If I let the car sit for 20-25 minutes, it will start and run just fine. However, this time around the check engine light is on and it has never come on. I'm open to any suggestions as to what to try next. What is the PCM exactly?
Could be the battery. The lights take very little power to run but other things such as doors locking takes more juice. Keyswitch unsure unless you have security system built into the car. Batteries can work one minute and then not the next. I would check battery first.