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2005 Sentra 1.8 Crankshaft place Sensor Issues?
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2005 Sentra 1.8 Crankshaft position Sensor Issues?


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I have actually a 2005 Sentra 1.8L that began stalling there is no warning when in motion. It appears to mostly occur when I"m acquiring off the interstate from traveling almost everywhere from 55-70 mph and also begin to de-accelerate. (not sure, yet that seems to be the case)The treatment simply stalls and all warning lights come on.I pull off the road, wait a couple of minutes, and also then the vehicle will start up again and also run well - until the nehistoricsweetsballroom.comt time that happens.I went to Auto Zone and they provided the diagnostic leader to acquire the code and also it claimed Crankshaft place Sensor (CPS). For this reason I changed it.Less than 24 hours later the auto died again pulling off an ehistoricsweetsballroom.comit off the interstate. Very same thing. Waited a couple of minutes and also it began up and has run fine the past 24 hours. I used the key/accelerator pedal procedure to get the "Service Engine Soon" irradiate to blink the code and again is states "335" which is the password for the CPS. The one in there currently is brand now.What else could be wrong?Thanks!