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2004 Nissan Maxima P0335 Trouble Code (Crankshaft Position Sensor)

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2004 Nissan Maxima P0335 Trouble Code (Crankshaft Position Sensor)

Member Credit: EddyMaxx I was getting the following code: P0335 Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Malfunction  This code was causing my car to go into "limp mode" and wouldn't go over 3500 RPM. Also, don't confuse this sensor with the Camshaft Position Sensor. The sensor is very easy to change. All…

Where are Bank 1 and Bank 2 sensors located?

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: 11/10/2017

Where are Bank 1 and Bank 2 sensors located?

So you get your code scanner and it says something like, "Bank 1 Sensor 2". So where exactly are these banks located? Bank 1 means that the sensor is closest to the Firewall. Bank 2 means that the sensor is closest to the Radiator. Yup, it's that simple.

How to Perform ECU Reset, Throttle Pedal Release, TVCP, Idle Volume Learning

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: 01/15/2017

How to Perform ECU Reset, Throttle Pedal Release, TVCP, Idle Volume Learning

This applies to 2002-2003 5thgens. Member Credit: maxima dude Before attempting any of the following procedures, it is advisable that you read through the instructions thoroughly and familiarize yourself with them. A stop watch or an analog clock with a second’s needle will be useful. ( i counted outloud becuz…

How to Replace Knock Sensor on 4thgen Maxima (P0325)

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How to Replace Knock Sensor on 4thgen Maxima (P0325)

Member Credit: Sparky Code P0325 stored in 1997 Nissan Maxima. Because the knock sensor is normally at fault I usually test it first. The knock sensor is located under the intake and is accessible on the driver’sside of the car. Locate the knock sensor subharness connector. It is near the…

7thgen 2009-2011 Grille Swap to 2012-2015 Grille

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7thgen 2009-2011 Grille Swap to 2012-2015 Grille

The 2012-2015 7thgen Maxima grille has a better look over the 2009-2011 grille. It's an easy swap. See reference photos below: 2009-2011 Maxima Grille 2013-2015 Maxima Grille

Nissan Maxima / Infiniti i35 P0720 or P1574 Check Engine Code

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: 07/07/2018

Nissan Maxima / Infiniti i35 P0720 or P1574 Check Engine Code

Credit: Best PC Reviews If you have been driving on interstate for couple hours and then notice your transmission fails to switch a gear or if you got codes like P0720 or P1574, this article may be for you. Read full article. As I mentioned before, if you have been driving…

Are You Noticing Lack of Power Between 0-40 MPH?

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Are You Noticing Lack of Power Between 0-40 MPH?

Member Credit: EddyMaxx & Tom Brooks. Are you noticing a lack of power when accelerating between 0-40 MPH? Is your car fine once you get passed 40 MPH? Did you scan for codes and nothing? Do you have a CVT? If you answered YES to the questions above, then you…

O2 Simulator Installation (Original Instructions Provided for Cattman Headers)

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: 12/23/2018

O2 Simulator Installation (Original Instructions Provided for Cattman Headers)

Download PDF **All connections should be soldered and insulated with electrical tape or heat-shrinking tubing.** 1.  Find your secondary O2 sensor(s). 2. Establish which O2 sensor wires are Signal, +12 and Ground. Either use the bottom of this page for color codes of most factory oxygen sensors or use a…

Changing Oil Sending Unit on Altima SE-R

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Changing Oil Sending Unit on Altima SE-R

Member Credit: VQpwrdSE-R So I finally buckled down and added info in here for how to change your oil sending unit also known as an oil pressure sensor. Hoping this helps some of you guys out. The beginning of my problems was when I noted 0 psi on my oil pressure…

2004+ 6thgen Nissan Maxima P0340 – Bank 1 Cam Positioner Sensor Fix

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2004+ 6thgen Nissan Maxima P0340 - Bank 1 Cam Positioner Sensor Fix

Member Credit: CXJ Performance I went to start my car using the auto start and it stalled. I got the car checked and it threw code P0340 Camshaft Bank 1 Position Sensor Malfunction. Below is my guide to the repair. Symptoms Car hesitates to start Car manual mode is stuck…

How to Reset Your Check Engine Light Manually (CEL)

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How to Reset Your Check Engine Light Manually (CEL)

This article explains the various ways of resetting and/or clearing codes on your 6thgens. It should also work for any of the current generation Nissan and Infiniti vehicles. Clearing the codes will turn off any check engine lights (aka: SEL, CEL, SES, etc..). There is a table of OBDII codes…

How to Change the Nissan Navigation Disc

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How to Change the Nissan Navigation Disc

Member Credit: Nismo4Life07 Tools Needed: - New Updated DVD - Flathead Screwdriver (or knife) Step 1: - Its easiest to access the DVD player if the car is in Neutral so put the car in neutral and place the E-Brake. Step 2: - Open up the small door in front…

Nissan Maxima Knock Sensor Bypass Resistor using 470K Resistor

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: 09/20/2020

Nissan Maxima Knock Sensor Bypass Resistor using 470K Resistor

Community Member Credit: asand1 / maxima_se007 Important Note: This should really be used as a temporary solution. The proper fix is to replace either the knock sensor itself or the harness which is known to go bad. Most people do both at the same time. Resistor: 470K Order Link: https://www.radioshack.com/products/radioshack-470k-ohm-1-2w-5-carbon-film-resistor-pk-5?variant=20332249541…

2004 Nissan Maxima P0720, P1574 4-Speed Automatic

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2004 Nissan Maxima P0720, P1574 4-Speed Automatic

Member Credit: EddyMaxx I was getting the following codes together, P0720 and P1574 on my 2004 Nissan Maxima which has a 4-Speed Automatic Transmission. My Symptoms: RPM gauges would stop working intermittently Speedometer would flicker from time to time My cruise control lights were flashing (when pressing cruise control) Code…

SLO Muffler Factory Y-Pipe Installation on 3rd Gen Maxima

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SLO Muffler Factory Y-Pipe Installation on 3rd Gen Maxima

Member Credit: Matt York I just had the y-pipe installed today (5/2/98), so I have not been able to completely test it out, but my overall impression is very positive. The installation took 2.5 hours (cusom design/install) and involved the cutting and re-welding of several components of the exhaust system. The…

How to Replace and Install New 02 Sensors

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How to Replace and Install New 02 Sensors

Member Credit: Scrambler My SES light came on the other day and the code is indicating O2 sensor Bank 1, Sensor 1. That is the bank that is on the back side of the engine, against the firewall. Sensor 1 is the sensor in the exhaust manifold before the cat. BTW...…

How to Clean Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Under $10

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How to Clean Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Under $10

Member Credit: Jasonmax I've seen a lot of people asking about how to clean the MAF, so I decide to do my own and show it to them. Things you need during the cleaning: CRC MAF cleaner Torx screwderiver #15 10mm wrenchPreparation: Park your car under a shade or a…

area74 iO2 V3.1 CatSim Universal Oxygen Sensor Simulator

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: 12/23/2018

area74 iO2 V3.1 CatSim Universal Oxygen Sensor Simulator

This is another option for buying O2 Simulator. They have been testing and fully working on 2002-2003 5thgen Maximas. Should also work on 2004-2008 6thgen Maximas as well. Price: $199.98 Website: http://www.area74.ca/product/io2-universal-oxygen-sensor-simulator/ The iO2 was originally developed as tool to aid in the diagnosis of catalytic converter and oxygen sensor fault codes.We…

How to Wire Z32 300ZX TT MAF into 4thgen Nissan Maxima (Part #22680-30P00)

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How to Wire Z32 300ZX TT MAF into 4thgen Nissan Maxima (Part #22680-30P00)

Z32 MAF Part Number: 22680-30P00 Tomei Z32 Airflow Meter Harness Part Number: 194002 The Z32 Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor is great for turbo or supercharged setups. If you are not boosted then you do not need these. If you are boosted, the Z32 MAF allows you to measure more…

P0335, P0726 Codes on 6thgen Nissan Maxima (Transmission Would Not Shift )

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P0335, P0726 Codes on 6thgen Nissan Maxima (Transmission Would Not Shift )

Credit: Sparky's Answers This 2004 Nissan Maxima came in with the complaint that the transmission would not shift properly. The customer stated it felt like the transmission was starting in a high gear. I really did not want to work on this vehicle as the customer informed me that the…

6thgen Maxima Transmission Shifting Issue Fix

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6thgen Maxima Transmission Shifting Issue Fix

Member Credit: Sparky This 2004 Nissan Maxima came in with the complaint that the transmission would not shift properly. The customer stated it felt like the transmission was starting in a high gear. I really did not want to work on this vehicle as the customer informed me that the…

Where is my Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) Wire Located for Radio Installation?

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: 01/26/2018

Where is my Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) Wire Located for Radio Installation?

Member Credit: Mr DoLLa aka Raul When you remove your OEM radio, there are 4 plugs that plug into the radio. Only 2 of the 4 connectors are used with your new aftermarket radio which are the 2 connectors with the larger size pins. The other 2 are not used…