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Date Registered: 01-2007
Location: Melbourne, Wantirna
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With my exy's next service being 130 k should i think about replacing the crank and cam sensors and maybe the oxygen sensors? Car runs well, sometimes stalls on first start when warm but if you touch the gas pedal for a split second it pulls it into line and revs drop back to normal idle.

Fuel economy is still not to bad, maybe worse off by 0.5 litre / 100 kms on average from 20k ago.

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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Not a bad idea to change both the cam and crank sensors as it is only a matter of time before they're dead. Leave the O2 sensor for later, as it lasts longer than these 2.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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You could just buy the sensors and wait for it to happen but then it might get you at a bad time or in an inconvenient place.

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Date Registered: 12-2010
Location: Rockingham,Perth WA
TOTAL POSTS: 146
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Mine eagerly await for me in the glovebox along with its mate the fan belt and bottle of seal-up.... JUST IN CASE

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Date Registered: 05-2011
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Having the following problem only last two days in my 2002, T30 Auto, with 200K, after a short trip the car starts o.k. goes into reverse, but stalls immediately when selecting D. Keeping revs up a little doesn't help. There is no MIL on dash, had to have it towed to mechanic as N.R.M.A. could not suggest a problem. Mechanic has found no error codes and says it is unlikely the Crank angle sensor as the engine has no problem starting only shuts down when going into D. N.R.M.A. says that dash light does not always come on if there is a fault, so could it still be Crank angle sensor as per symptoms? Any other suggestions?
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Date Registered: 12-2010
Location: Rockingham,Perth WA
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Maybe something to do with the shifter button or sensor that detects gears, might just have heaps of dust and oil on it. Maybe conduct the engine reset procedure then start pulling the gear surround out. Gl.

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Date Registered: 05-2011
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Thanks for your help again Scott, was thinking some sort of switch as well but unfortunately things have progressed a little. It had a P1612 error which apart from other things, detects weak battery, which it did have despite engine cranking over and starting easily. Battery replaced, so off for a short drive. After restarting, fault re-appearred then MIL. Managed to get car into D after a few attempts which I was not able to do previously, and returned home. Was P0102 code, but engine was showing no signs of symptoms to support MAF fault. Replaced air cleaner as was a bit dirty and tried resetting ECU with fuse out method and immediately engine went into limp mode. Checked, MAF and found no 12V supply only 5V on Red and about same on G/Y. Can anyone confirm that I should be reading 12V on the White cable? and if so, what should I be checking to find the missing 12V supply?
Sorry about this being on the Crank angle sensor thread, but that was my initial thought as to cause of problem.
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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Terminal 4 White wire should be battery voltage.
Terminal 2 Red wire should be 5V.
Both measured to ground.


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Date Registered: 06-2012
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I had my crank sensor replaced the other day after she was struggling to start. Cost me $160 inc labour at ultra tune. sensor was from repco.

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Date Registered: 03-2013
Location: South Gippsland, Victoria
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We picked up our "new" XTrail Thursday last week ... 2007 ST-S with 91,000km on the clock.

Tuesday this week, the better half was driving it to Melbourne (about 2 hours away) when the car lost power for a few seconds, MIL came on, then went off & was fine again.

About 15mins later it happened again, and the light stayed on this time.

Next day, she drove back home via Mornington Nissan where we had bought it from - they plugged it in & got CAS error code. They replaced both the cam & crank sensors on the spot while she waited (about an hour) - no questions, and no charge.

Very happy with that, as they could have easily said it was a part that can fail with time & not covered by statutory warranty, and there was no way they could have known the sensors were on the way out. We'll probably take the car back there for it's next service, even though it's nowhere near being the closest dealership.



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