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2003 Nissan Altima S - Camshaft & Crankshaft Position Sensors
2003 Nissan Altima S 2.5L W/Automatic Transmission PROBLEM: INTERMITTENT NO-STARTS & ROUGH-STARTS WITH NO DTCs SET. A LOCAL AUTOSHOP HAD REPLACED ONLY THE CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR, MADE SURE NO DTCs PRESENT AND OPS CHECK GOOD. HOWEVER, THE PROBLEM RETURNED. NOW, THE SAME AUTOSHOP BELIEVES THAT THE FAULT IS WITH THE TRANSMISSION FLEX PLATE, WHICH MAY HAVE DAMAGED THE CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR AS WELL, ACCORDING TO HIM. ESTIMATE IS AT ~$750. The mechanic didn't try to replace the Crankshaft sensor alone, he went straight for the Tranny drop. I figured go with the cheap fix first. If it comes back, then we will look into the Flex Plate. I replaced the recently replaced Camshaft sensor & the never been replaced Crankshaft sensor. So far, so good. Replacing the Camshaft sensor is a 2-minute job. The Crankshaft sensor will likely take 30 times as long. It seems like the Old Crankshaft Position sensor I removed was a bit high on a resistance check, when compared to brand new sensors. With too high a resistance value, the sensor may not make use of the full voltage it is receiving and/or it may not return the required amount of voltage to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM), which will lead to irregular engine operation or a no-start condition. Both Camshaft & Crankshaft sensors are the same part number. The 3rd version of the sensor is encased in metal, not plastic. The OEM part number is 23731-6N21A ($44 us) The old part numbers were encased in plastic. These part numbers should not be used: 23731-8J005 & 23731-8J006 FOR ONLINE PART PURCHASE: http://www.nissanpartszone.com/components/2003-nissan-altima_engine-control -module-226-12.html "DIGITALDXING" PROVIDED THE LINKS LISTED BELOW AND POSTED SOME PICTURES (2003 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5L) http://x.nissanhelp.com/forums/members/digitaldxing-albums-2003-nissan-alti ma-crankshaft-position-sensor-picture331-2003-nissan-altima-crankshaft-posi tion-sensor.html#picturecomment_19 "PAUL" POSTED HIS PICUTRES HERE (2002 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5L) http://www.paulstravelpictures.com/Nissan-Altima-Camshaft-Crankshaft-Sensor s/ "DENTNSHELL" POSTED HIS FIX HERE (2005 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5L) http://dentnshell.com/Projects/2005Altima/CamkPosition.html "MULEMAN" POSTED A GREAT STEP-BY-STEP WRITE UP WITH PICTURES HERE (2006 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5L) http://www.nissanclub.com/forums/f-q-2002-2006/286857-diy-crankshaft-positi on-sensor-cps-2006-2-5-altima.html Thanks a bunch, muleman. ...ACTUALLY, THAT WHOLE THREAD AT NISSANCLUB.COM IS A GOOD READ. Yahoo! Answers Best Answer - Chosen by Voters Nissan recalls that problem to reprogram the ECU. What happens the crank sensor electrical terminals seep oil into the crank sensors plug. The new metal crank sensors correct this problem. Location of this sensor on the back of the motor is difficult to change and you need gorrilia finger grip to depress the connector green lock and remove the sensor. Depending on your cars Vin# Recall Campaign # R0712 NHTSA# 07V-527. Hopefully your factory warranty replaces the sensor no charge 5yr/60,000 mile. The campaign only covers the ECM reprogram. The ECM reprogram makes both sensors act as one so either will allow the car to start. Stalling and not starting is a safety risk. Source(s): Nissan Master Technician (John Paul) http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080402214141AA7yQjR For some information on related DTC faults: http://www.obd-codes.com/p0340 http://www.obd-codes.com/p0335 http://www.obd-codes.com/p0385





2002 Nissan Altima 2.5S Misfire start
This Nissan Altima was sold (used) to me with this problem hidden, and a few weeks later, it began to get noticeable, and it continued to get worse. I ended up losing around $7,000 total. I had this car checked by a master mechanic who works at a local dealership and does excellent work, and noone had thought this car would give any trouble. After several weeks, we noticed it eating approximately 1qt / wk of oil, and as well having issues starting and misfiring (all caused by the same thing). To those of you thinking of purchasing a Nissan, my advice is don't, and especially not from Armo Motors. They sold this engine (First gen QR25DE) for 4 years, in the 2002 - 2006 Nissan Altima 2.5S, the 2002 - 2006 Sentra SE-R, and the 2005 Frontier, and ALL THREE have issues. Nissan has had a few recalls on them, but still refuses to admit that all those cars had issues. They claim that although the engine is the same, and shows the same issues, that it is only truly their fault in a few cases. My particular car had two major issues that Nissan shoved under the carpet. The first is that the mesh that holds the catalytic converter material in place can come off, and cat material can clog the Exhaust, or worse, get pushed into the engine. The second is that the screws that hold the butterfly valves in place can come loose and literally get sucked into the engine. Both of these will cause increased oil consumption, and (evenually) can lead to a dead engine. After contacting the dealer at Armo Motors: http://www.yellowpages.com/fort-walton-beach-fl/mip/armo-motors-455256640, I asked if he could possible help with part of rebuilding the engine, and he said he had a shop that could do it, and he would pay half. We were about to get it rebuilt, and when we went to ask for his half, he said 'I've talked to my lawyer, and he says it's best that I don't help you because it would imply that there was a warranty on the car, which would give you further grounds to sue' and hung up. I bought a Honda Civic since then and took the hit; Still waiting from that settlement from Nissan though. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r_9qcSQBfc is a continuation of problems I had





Attempt to Start Nissan Altima 2.5 S w/ Blown Engine After Sitting 8 Months
2003 Nissan Altima 2.5 S with only 100k and the engine blew, this car was brought to us on a rollback and has not been started since we got it. let's see if she'll start after sitting 8 months.





Why Catalytic Converters Fail - Walker Exhaust Video Series
This video is about catalytic converters and what causes these sophisticated components to fail. Any number of problems can damage a converter. And these issues must be corrected before installing a new one. There are four primary types of converter failures: poisoning, coated or oil-fouled substrate, overheated or melted, and structural damage. Learn more about these four types of failures and the common causes for these failures by watching this video. Bottom line, these components don't fail on their own -- an outside issue, often related to the ignition, fuel system, engine or engine controls, has caused the failure. And you've got to fix the root cause if you want your replacement converter to last. Thirteen Steps for Diagnosing Emissions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kogbJ6iMgVs





Why Your Altima or Sentra Won't Start & How to Fix it
Amazon sells a spark tester that makes this easier to diagnose HERE→http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002STSBM/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8& camp=211189&creative=373489&creativeASIN=B0002STSBM&link_code=as3&tag=httpw wwyou00f-20 Why Your Altima or Sentra Won't Start & How to Fix it





Check Engine Light Flashing? Misfire Diagnosis by Autolite Spark Plugs
How to diagnose engine ignition misfires. Step by step instructions on how to figure why your engine is misfiring and how to fix it.





2003 Altima 2.5S Precat Removal Header Install
Here I show you the dreadful Nissan header/precat and a suitable replacement header. If you own a 2.5L Altima, Sentra, etc you must make this fix. This part fails at a very high rate and the end result is always catastrophic engine failure. To check out the model I bought and seller go to http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290201876751. For more info check out http://www.b15sentra.net/forums/showthread.php?t=135241. I would also advise that you complete the intake screw fix mentioned on the above mentioned link. The altima is a beautiful car for a great price, but if you purchase the 2.5L model be prepared to fix these probems and make sure all recalls have been completed. My car had 4 recalls including a subframe replacement. Nissan really had their head up their ass on this one. Cheers.





MC Design Whips 2005 Nissan Altima 'Altimatum' Zenetti Masquerade
This Cool Blue 2005 Nissan 'Altimatum' features a custom two tone paint scheme with gun metal grey top coat with indigo blue bottom tone. 20" Custom color matched & chrome Zenetti Masquerade wheels wrap up the running gear. Shaved rear handles, custom flushed fender inserts, and molded trunk finish off the custom treats. Visit us today at www.mcdesignwhips.net or call us at 754 444 2943.





2001 Nissan Altima Alternator Replacement
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How to replace an O2 Sensor and save money.
I show you how to replace your O2 Sensor. This is being performed on a 1997 Chevy Tahoe. Automotive oxygen sensors, colloquially known as O2 sensors, make modern electronic fuel injection and emission control possible. They determine if the air fuel ratio exiting a gas-combustion engine is rich (with unburnt fuel vapor) or lean (with excess oxygen).





How to replace in cabin air filter Nissan Altima 2005
Here is a link to a good, inexpensive, compatible filter: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000IY8T4C/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_tl?ie=UTF8 &tag=howtoreplinca-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B00 0IY8T4C Demonstration of how to replace the in-cabin air filter in a 2005 Nissan Altima. Replacement of this micro filter is similar in other models, but not quite the same. Save money by doing it yourself!





2014 and 2015 Nissan Altima Detailed Review and Road Test
Check out my other videos! http://vid.io/xqoB Who is Alex? Find out here! http://vid.io/xqoF The "family sedan" may not be very exciting, but without midsized sales auto makers would be in a pickle. Ponder this: the five best-selling midsized sedans in America accounted for 1.3 million of the 12.8 million vehicles sold in 2011. With numbers like that, it's important to get your mass-market people mover right. This means competitive fuel economy, a low base price and swipe as much tech from your luxury brand as possible. Either that or just wear a Nissan badge on the front. Say what? The last generation Altima was the second best-selling car despite being long in the tooth and filled with some questionable plastics. This Altima has a tougher task however, it needs to compete with Honda's new Accord and Ford's sexy Fusion which is selling like hot cakes. Can Nissan's traditional value proposition make up the difference? Or does the Altima have something else up its sleeve? A design that doesn't alienate the customer you expect to return and buy their second or third car is critical. Just ask Ford how that bubble-Taurus redesign went in 1996. Still, midsize sedan shoppers demand some style so Nissan's design team jammed a bit of Maxima, a pinch of Infiniti M and a "whole-lotta" Versa into a sausage press and cut the Altima off at 191.5 inches. This makes the new Altima longer than a Camry, a hair longer than a Maxima and essentially the same size as the Accord and Fusion. Nobody will confuse the Altima with an Aston Martin, nor will they think their neighbor is driving a budget Bentley. Instead the slab-sided Altima delivers clean lines and elegant good looks. Think of it as the Midwestern farm girl to the Fusion's Los Angeles call girl. Since our tester was the top-of-the-line SL, the cockpit featured a heated tilt/telescopic steering wheel, an 8-way power driver's seat and manually adjustable lumbar support. Shoppers that chose the 3.5L V6 will be treated to a pair of the best looking and best feeling magnesium paddle shifters this side of a BMW M6. Seriously. There's just one problem: paddle shifters on a car with a CVT make as much sense as a parking brake on a french poodle. (Yet for some reason I found myself caressing their magnesium goodness non-stop when I was behind the wheel.) Like the most entries in this segment, the front passenger seat remains manually adjustable regardless of trim level and upholstery. Thanks to Nissan's "Zero Gravity" seat design, the front seats proved comfortable and didn't' aggravate my temperamental knee during a 2 hour road trip. Since manufacturers "march to their own drummer" when measuring legroom, take your family to the dealer and jam them all in the car before making a purchase. The crash diet and CVT pay dividends at the pump. The Altima 2.5 manages 27/38/31 MPG (City/Highway/Combined) and does so without direct injection, start/stop, batteries or aero packages. What about that V6? Nissan's focus on weight has made the Altima 3.5 lighter than the Accord V6 and Fusion 2.0 EcoBoost by over 200lbs. In our 3.5 SL I averaged an impressive 27.6MPG over a week of mixed driving. This is notably above the 25MPG combined EPA score despite my commute and the 2,200ft mountain pass I cross twice a day. You can thank the light curb weight and CVT for that. The Accord V6 matches the Altima's combined EPA number and the Fusion trumps it by one MPG on paper. In the real world, the Altima beat both by 4MPG. When the road curves, a light chassis will only get you so far, thankfully Nissan tuned the Altima's suspension to be compliant but surprisingly agile. Adding to the fun-factor, all V6 models are shod with 235/45R18 rubber, notably wider than the V6 Camry's standard 215 or optional 225 tires. The suspension, curb weight and tires combine to give the Altima a slightly higher road holding score than the Fusion 2.0 EcoBoost we got our hands on, but numbers aren't everything. The Fusion's steering may be numb, but it manages more feeling than the Altima and even I have to admit the CVT sucks the fun out of aggressive driving. If that matters to you, drive past the Nissan dealer and pick up a Fusion 2.0T with or without AWD. Some may call this a cop-out, but in my book the Accord, Fusion and Altima tie for first place in my mind. Here's why: each of this trio plays to a different audience. The Fusion is gorgeous, more dynamic than the Altima but has stumbled with the 1.6L EcoBoost quality issues. The Accord is a traditional choice with a solid reputation and greater visibility thanks to an enormous greenhouse. Meanwhile the new Altima is a stylish elegant sedan with a powerful and seriously efficient V6. If I were dropping my own money on a sedan in this category I would have a hard time choosing between the Altima 3.5 SL and a Fusion 2.0 EcoBoost.





2002 nissan altima starting issues
Update.....It ending up being the battery and the positive side of the battery terminal. It as too corroded. Hope this helps





altima vs mustang gt
MY 2005 altima 3.5 5spd auto vs a 2000 Mustang GT 5 speed manual with bigger throttle body only. I have a JWT pop charger intake, Magnaflow catback, Racingline Y pipe, and NWP VIAS delete plate. I was suprised I had almost 3mph on him. Best mph to date is 78.5 with my car.





Review: 2005 Nissan Altima SE-R
Go to MYRIDE.COM for more car videos. Traditionally, Nissan's SE-R nomenclature has been reserved for various hot-rodded Sentra models dating back to 1991. Starting this September, speed junkies will be able to purchase a version of the 2005 Nissan Altima that wears the SE-R badge, offering slight bumps in engine horsepower and torque and providing yet another reason to skip paying extra for the larger, heavier Maxima flagship sedan




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