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I have a Nisan sentra 2001 with the 1.8 engine. I keep getting code po335 Ive changed the cam sensor and crank and the code still pulls up. any ideas?

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Unfortunately almost all the questions we get, are from
people getting a code, and not understanding that codes
do not tell you what is wrong or what to replace

Also, I doubt anyone would admit, they have no idea what
any sensors do or how they work

Never got a soul to tell me they test anything,because they
don't know what your talking about

That said you need a repair shop

Don't like saying that,but you simply can no longer
work on todays high tech vehicles, without years of
experience and a lot of knowledge

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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