2003 Nissan Altima Crank Shaft Sensor Removal?

Answer The crankshaft sensor on a 2003 Nissan Altima is located on the driver's side rear of the engine between the firewall and the engine. It sits low under the intake manifold and can be seen when look... Read More »

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How to Put a Crank Sensor in a 2003 Altima?

The crankshaft position sensor on the 2003 Altima is a magnetic sensor that uses the teeth on the end of the crankshaft to detect the fluctuation of engine revolutions. When this sensor fails, the ... Read More »

How to Remove a Crankshaft Sensor from a Nissan Altima 2003?

As emissions became stricter throughout the 1970s, car manufacturers saw their big V-8s barely cresting 150 horsepower, and they knew that changes needed to be made. Entering the 1990s, electronic ... Read More »

How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor on a 2003 Nissan Altima 2.5 Sl?

The heated oxygen sensors (HO2S) on your 2003 Nissan Altima should be inspected or replaced at the manufacturer's recommended intervals, since they become coated with exhaust byproducts over time, ... Read More »

How to Fix a Crank Shaft Sensor?

A crankshaft sensor is used on internal combustion engines to control the timing of the ignition system and other important engine functions. A broken crankshaft sensor can cause problems with engi... Read More »