The cylinder head temperature sensor could be bad. If it shows an open circuit (resistance is infinity) it tells the computer that the air temp is very cold and the computer adds more fuel, kinda like a choke). Locate the sensor (right beside the distributor on a V-6, buried down in the valley) and remove the wiring harness. Use a jumper wire to short the wiring connector to ground. This will fool the computer into thinking the engine is warm and will meter fuel accordingly. You can then drive the truck to someone who has the special tool required to get to the sensor.
You need to crank them up.
yes it does it mite be the postioning senser located above your transmission housing
if standard transmission,on top of bellhousing/2 wire connector.
where is the crank sensor located on 2000 nissan sentra
The "crank" sensor is the pickup plate under the distributor cap.The "crank" sensor is the pickup plate under the distributor cap.
you can push the doorand get a flat head screw driver and push the clip that's holding it on, do it with door open.
location of a crank shaft sensor on a nissan frontier 2002
blown fuse bad computer faulty cam or crank sensor weak spark electric wiring problem
How can you tell if a crank sensor has gone bad on a 1994 Nissan altima
If a 1997 Nissan Maxima will crank but will not start, there could be a problem with the fuel pump. Another possibility is an issue with the ignition switch.
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