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What is the location of the crankshaft position sensor on a 1997 nissan pathfinder

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Hi, the sensor is located on top of the trans bell housing. Here are some pics that will help you.

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On my daewoo its by the timing belt and I had to take the spark plug cover of top of engine to even see it but also I had to take off the timing shield and other things to even get to change this crankshaft sensor so have fun it took me most of one day to do this. I recumend that if you do find it that you might have to use tools to undo the timing belt shield. If you have to get to this timing belt shield and there is a motor mount that you have to take off just make sure you have a 2 by 4 piece of wood underneath the engine oil pan with a jack to make sure when you take off the motor mount totally off that the engine does not fall down to gound and destroys what is underneath the engine. I also will say this too is to make sure the way you take things off that you make sure you put it back the same way too so use paper and pen to help you make any diagrams in steps so you can remember how you token it off. You just do it in reverse

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SOURCE: where is the Throttle Positioning Sensor located

The throttle positioning sensor is actually mounted to the throttle body on the opposite side of the throttle cable. there are diagrams that show most sensor locations but not 100% of all sensors

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SOURCE: picture/location of crankshaft position sensor 2003 nissan exterra

The location is in back of the engine on the top of the transmission3_17_2012_9_03_53_pm.jpg

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