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I have a nissa sentra 2004. The camshaft sensor went bad so i bought a new one and put it in but now the car will only turn over but it will not start. i put the old one back in and it did the same thing.

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Their is a recall for your car for this problem have car towed to dealership and they have to replace it for free, because it is a recall. the recall was a while ago hope they could still fix it! http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/2004-nissan-sentra-c20820.html

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