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2008 nissan maxima crank sensor code keeps coming back and traction control sensor code what could cause this ? already replaced crank sensor.car has no power ,put foot to floor and it takes for ever to get up to speed

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    it dies and the check engine light and traction control light on

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Mas air meter could cause this problem.

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I would be looking at the throttle assembly. it's all electronic (fly by wire, no cable). Souns to me like the throttle failed.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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