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Old 02-26-2011, 09:46 PM
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CRANKshaft position sensor location (NOT Camshaft)

Hey guys! I have found a BILLION posts and threads on the Camshaft Position sensors, their locations, DIY's etc. But I can't find anything on the CRANKSHAFT position sensor location when I do a search. I've replaced the two Cam sensors and want to do the Crank now. In the past, I think I've read about it being on the bottom between the engine and transmission. Is that true? If so, can it be reached with/without jacking the car? Or is this the one out of the 3 that I HAVE to take to the dealership? Thanks guys! You really can't put a monetary value on membership here...

Car = 2003 G35 Coupe

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under the car between the engine/trans on the driver side. easy to change out. you can jack up the driver side of the car and get to it from behind the front wheel.
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under the car between the engine/trans on the driver side. easy to change out. you can jack up the driver side of the car and get to it from behind the front wheel.
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Hey flyer which crankshaft sensor did u use? They range in price.
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yeah i need to replace this damn thing, how much did the part cost for anyone here?
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Call your local Nissan and infiniti dealerships and find out
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yeah sure, that's the most cost effective way to fix your car....
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you will be spending around 60-75.00 for the sensor if I remember correctly...trying to recall since I bought all the sensors for my G and my moms altima which are pretty much the samething and walked out around 250.00 Thats with my cost pricing as a dealer
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yeah sure, that's the most cost effective way to fix your car....
Exactly, buy the **** auto zone sensors and waste your money if you want lol...
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yeah i need to replace this damn thing, how much did the part cost for anyone here?
you cant buy these sensors at Autozone if I remember correctly. Buy the oem setup and call it a day or you will be replacing them again I can guarantee that.
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yeah im calling the dealer now
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i have a couple extra sensors...pm me if you're interested.

can sell ya one much cheaper - its OEM w/ like 12K miles, other one has like 40K miles. Both work - tested them in my car.
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