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Crank but, NO Start on '02 Nissan Sentra w/ 1.8L engine. After clearing codes, code P0335 returned (twice) this is a code showing to be for the "Crank Position Sensor" circuit A, but, there is not a crank sensor (that I can see) on this particular vehicle. Any ideas what to look for next?

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SOURCE: P0335 CRANK POSITION SENSOR A CIRCUIT MALFUNTION

crank sensors are usually located in/near the distributor.

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