Nissan Sentra Problem Report

Nissan Sentra Engine May Stall Due to Failed Crankshaft and/or Camshaft Sensor

(117 reports)

The engine may stall at times due to a failed crankshaft position sensor and/or camshaft position sensor, These sensors can fail intermittently as they warm with the engine. Sensors on certain models have been recalled by Nissan and will be replaced as necessary. Please visit our recall section for this model to see if your vehicle is covered by this recall.

I have the same crank shaft sensor problem which kills the engine. On a 10 min drive I have to restart the car anywhere from 2-12 times. Sometimes it doesnt start right back up and I have to wait 10-30 seconds. I took it to the dealership and they said my vin didnt qualify even though it's within the manufacture date range for the recall. I called 1-800-647-7261 and got someone in the Philippines that said the same thing and brushed me off. It's a known issue and part of a recall but Nissan refuses to fix the problem. So much for fake "recalls". Only a matter of time before I get in an accident due to this known issue. The dealership wants $140 for the sensor and at least $150 for the labor. I cant afford this and shouldn't have to pay $300 for a manufacturing defect. When I went in the dealer said I was the 2nd person that came in that day with the exact same problem and the previous person wasnt "part of the recall" either. I wonder how many deaths it'll take before Nissan will actually honor the recall. -
CRANKSHAFT SENSOR, CODE 0335 -
Mine just shut off without warning, thankfully right before a stoplight. I kept trying to start it and it wouldn't start. My mechanic fixed it for $100. :-) It seems to run better too. -
I have the same problem with my nissan sentra. It would be a lot cheaper for them to honor the recall & fix this now rather than wait until it stalls out on the freeway and we all end up dead from a big truck behind us not being able to stop. We've made sure our friends and family are all aware of this so they will sue nissan for not fixing this problem that has been brought to their attention many times! -
Car keeps stalling when gets warm. It has to set up to an hr before it will start again. -
Experienced a lot of stalling at various times (especially in times of heat). Never expected it to be this. Called a Nissan dealership and they are replacing it free of charge as a part of the recall this week. -
Engine light came on and car lost power. The problem was a faulty crankshaft sensor which was replaced at a Nissan dealership. -
Began intermittently running rough with intermittent cranking without starting when warm. Code 0335 was set. Wiring was fine. Connector was good -- not oil soaked, as some become. Replaced Crankshaft Position Sensor with a reliable brand aftermarket part. -
this car eat camshaft sensor -
I had experienced difficulty starting on damp and rainy mornings. I took it to my local repair shop with whom I've done business for several years. They ran a diagnostic and the read out came back aas this problem with either or both the camshaft sensor and the crankshaft sensor. Looking for pricing on its repair at this point. -
The first time, the engine stall 10 mins after start up. It was able to restart the engine, replaced the motor oil and problem seems to be fix. Now, the engine stalls 5 mins afters startup. The engine would not crank. When the key is in the ignition and on the ON position, there is a noise coming from the engine bay. -
the situation is that the car is always giving me problems to start and sometimes it won't even start. but once it starts is ok to go. my mechanic told me that the problem is the crankshaft position sensor and that it needs to be replaced. -
Car started stalling without warning while driving. Looked on internet about this problem and found out about the recall. Called the Nissan number provided and they said it didn't effect my car and to bring it in to be looked at at $88 an hour. Went to auto zone and they ran a free diagnoses and the code came up PO335 the crankshaft sensor. -
had sensor go off and replaced it. got codes erased and still have code and problems. changedspark plugs still a problem -
where is the cost of repair on your site? -
(REPEAT SO I CAN REPORT BOTH SENSORS) I have had both the cam sensor and crank sensor go out. The cam sensor was in the dead of winter and I spent a bunch of time trying to diagnose. Eventually got to this part and it worked. Now at 107,500 the crank sensor started going. It didn't throw a code, but based on reports from this site I decided to change it. Now it runs just fine. I thought about having the dealer do it, but it wouldn't be worth the headache for a $26 part and a half an hour of work. -
i change the ecu and it still send the camshaft sensor code i chance three times the sensor and it still have the same problem my car is a nissan sentra se r spec v 2004 motor 2.5 tell me what a need to do please -
My car would shut off because it would shake so much and the radio would be the first to go out so i knew it was going to die. I bought a new ECM to it and the shaking stopped and the first day it didn't turn off but as i was driving i was at a red light and the car turned off and wouldn't turn on anymore and now that i realized that the crankshaft could be the cause i really hope its something as simple as a sensor than something even bigger. -
Car stalls and has to rest before it will turnover again -
Hard start, and engine shut of randomly while driving. Check engine light came on. -
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