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Brother needs an OEM camshaft position sensor, crankshaft position sensor, power steering pressure sensor, wheel bearings, and new sway bar links. Probably about $600 worth sensors and parts.



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I know a master tech at a Nissan dealer in NOVA. I'll shoot him a message tomorrow. Just trying to get a discount?

Edit: What model and year?


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I know a master tech at a Nissan dealer in NOVA. I'll shoot him a message tomorrow. Just trying to get a discount? Edit: What model and year?

Old car. 2002 Altima V6 engine.



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Rock auto or just google online OEM Nissan retailers.

I order a lot of my Toyota parts from a dealer in Texas that is considerably cheaper vs anything local.


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i recommend getting both cam sensors....they known for going bad
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Yeah I told him to do the entire array. Front and back camshaft, and crankshaft.

Appears Nissan's supplier didn't design them correctly or Nissan designer gave faulty specs.



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