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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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Try using a wooden hammer handle or similar and gently tap to one side, this should knock it loose.
If you are changing the sensor it wouldn't really matter if you use the hammer and bash it out anyway.

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Date Registered: 11-2008
Location: Perth
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I joined the crank angle sensor club a few weeks ago!

Checking in at 167,000 kms. Was just driving along after I've been 80kms south towing a motorbike + trailer home, and got within 50m of my house (!!) and the tacho died then a few moments later the engine diec.

Bought genuine sensor kit from Nissan, $108, Quite happy with that! just replaced the crank sensor and it was fine, ill keep the cam sensor handy in case that one dies soon, though its in a prick of a spot!!!

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Date Registered: 03-2012
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Hello people I'm not sure what happened to my last post I've tried to find it in the relevant threads but have been unable to locate it. I'm not very computer savvy so if it is there I apologise for repeating my question,which is that I've have located the crank angle sensor and have read the information in these threads reguarding the removal of the parts to allow reasonable access.So hopefully things will work themselves out there. The thing is that I have not been able find any info as to the removal of the cam sensor which to me seems to be the more difficultly positioned of the two.Once again any and every piece of advice is gratefully received.Cheers Jimi.
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Jimi, go back a page in this thread to page 5 and you will find your post and quetion there already. It's a good idea to tick the "get notification of an added reply" so you will always get notified when someone replies to a thread you posted in.

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I am very sorry about that and will endeavor not to repeat the mistake again. I appreciate everyones tolerance with my inexperience with a computer.I promise I'll get better.
   Now at last, some good news. Since my post this morning, and thanks to the excellent advice from the previous pages, I have managed to remove the crank sensor(white dot noted thanks Steve)and am ready to attack the other one just beneath the inlet manifold.I note that in one of the diagrams on the previous pages that it is referred to as the KNOCK sensor. Is that just another name for the Cam sensor or something entirely different, and are there any tips for it's removal. I have noted the advice that has been posted recommending the replacement of both at the same time and am eager to do the best job possible.As always any
and all advice is gratefully received. Jimi.

Latest update people. I have managed to change the crank sensor and the car now starts fine but the engine light still comes on. I also removed the Knock Sensor but found it was nothing like the other sensor in the twin pack that I got from Nissan.

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Date Registered: 04-2014
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Great info on this site. Thanks!

Just fixed my 335 / crankshaft error on my 2004 X-Trail.

My only problem was buying a metal canister style sensor from ebay first up which didn't work (still hard to start and 335 kept coming back). Buying the plastic style from Nissan did work emoticon

In case it helps someone
- my ebay metal one finishes in "6N21A"
- my correct plastic local Nissan one finishes in "6N27K"

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Date Registered: 11-2012
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Hi Guys,

Had an error code pop up yesterday. Did the procedure and figured it was P0335. Is there a way to figure out if its the Crank Angle Sensor or the CAM ankle sensor? I read the whole thread and saw that people replaced one when it was the other or should I just do both at the same time?

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Max,

These sensors must be replaced at the same time, as both of them work hand in hand. You should be able to get them from the local Nissan dealer as a pack (CAM and Crank).

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Date Registered: 11-2012
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Nissan don't sell them as a pack up here. Just individually. $83 genuine or $63 aftermarket. Booked in for Wednesday at my mechanic.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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They used to before. I'd grab the genuine one mate.

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