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Nissan Almera wont start with code P0345

Replaced cam and crank sensors, fuel pump, fuel pump relay, battery. Fuel getting to spark plugs, engine tumbling but there seems to be no electricity to coil packs

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Code 345 means the cam sensor on bank two is not sending the correct signal to the engine computer. So no spark.
If you have replaced the sensor, the problem could be the cam or the wiring from the sensor to the computer.

Posted on Dec 03, 2014

  • giselle_arth Dec 05, 2014

    Thanks Stephen. I'm gonna pass your info to my mechanic in the morning, so I will update after he checks these things out.

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SOURCE: engine cranks,has spark,fuel and oil

most cars have a mass airflow sensor.try reploacing that,That is the only other thing i can think of besides what was already replaced. if this does not work get a compression test done on the car.

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SOURCE: My 95 nissan maxima I have replaced spark plugs,

first of all i recommend you to use sa 5w-30 and there is a tsb for the cold wheater tips ntb95-120a
press the accelerator pedal about 1/3 of the way to the floor
hold the pedal when crancking the car
once the engine start release the gaz pedal
do not race the engine to warm it up and always let the engine idle for 2 or 3 minutes before shut it off

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SOURCE: Engine cranks over but no

regarding the fan speed for heather motor replace the relay under the glove compartment remove the cover and replace it easy to do.

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SOURCE: 96 nissan max, 5spd, hard starting. crank over, bu wont start, replace cam, crank.pos, ref sensors, fuel pump, inhibter relay, i seem to have no spark to plug , remove plugs and there al wet with gas,

Hello! First check fuse # 59 (7.5A)..If it is good the failure is a typical fault on your vehicle and is more than likely the cause...A defective ECCS relay (aka..EGI)...It is the ECM Module control...It is located in box 2 on the left side of the engine next to the battery....a common failure...The cost is under $20..see photo below...If the relay does not solve the problem...There is a Technical Service bulletin that addresses the issue...
EC97-018b NTB98-008b September 16, 1999
1995-99 MAXIMA EGI HARNESS WIRE BREAKAGE...Guru...saailer


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SOURCE: 2007 NISSAN QUEST It starts and then dies within 2-3 seconds.

hello good day, reverse your air filter, make the bottom to top,, if is not work change the high tension wires

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Why would anyone replace those parts?

I guess the car was never tested to find any problems

No more to say

Common sense-- tells you that not all those
parts failed at one time or any at all

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