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Date Registered: 08-2017
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new member need help for cam sensor issue

hi fellow members, Even though I posted my introduction post here many months ago, it seems it may not have worked, as the president has blocked my post and asked it be posted [sign in to see URL] somebody can assist.

My name is Shane and my daughter has been driving a T30 X trail death trap for the last couple [sign in to see URL] cannot believe a car can be this dangerous and cut out completely whilst driving at any time for such a basic thing.

I have the 2003 T30 x-trail TI. I have just had the engine redone, new head gasket,full head reco, all timing chains etc etc, and double and triple checked chain position etc. Replaced both cam and crank sensors as was getting the cam/crank error codes, and then cleared the codes.

The car now drives a few days, smooth as silk, completely 100% like when it was [sign in to see URL] every few days, driving along, it just cuts out and again throws the cam and crank sensor error [sign in to see URL] starts up again straight away and drives on as if nothing happened, but brings up the code each [sign in to see URL] clear them, and get another week or so driving before it happens again.

I have brand new nissan OEM genuine sensors in the [sign in to see URL] somebody found an issue with the new sensors being sold in places like ebay ?

I have a feeling the car is throwing the code at a particular rev range, so will be driving it myself for a while to try and replicate it again, but since this is such a generic issue world wide, can somebody please advise what else could be doing this? could it be bad connectors in the harness? a hairline break or dry joint somewhere between the sensors and ECU ???? it is just downright dangerous for my 17 year old daughter to keep driving [sign in to see URL] someone at nissan has recognised this as a generic fault by now?? must be a paper on it somewhere ???? HELP PLEASE TEAM !!!!
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Re: new member need help for cam sensor issue

Hi Shane and welcome to the forum.

Your member number is X-5202

Glad to have you as a formal member.

Your post has automatically granted you Regular Membership status and access to most (but not all) forum sections. You now have the option to upgrade to Full Membership to gain access to all forum sections (details ]HERE).

There is a lot of useful information around the various threads and I am sure you will be quite busy reading it all.

Please use the search feature of the forum first and post any questions you may have into existing threads where possible. Try to avoid creating a new thread if the topic is already covered, thanks.
Let us know if you need any help with any aspect of the forum and we will be more than happy to assist.

We have set-up quite an extensive forum guide section which you may like to refer to for help and it can be found ]HERE

As a new member you are encouraged you to familiarize yourself with the following section of the forum: ]Site Navigation & Forum Guides

If you could update your location and add your name, Member ID and Exy model into your signature of the Miscellaneous section of the Control Panel it would help us all to answer any future questions you might have.


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