2000 Nissan Frontier 143,000 miles 3.3 V6
First, I drove the truck for a few miles, and everything was fine. Then, it started missing very very hard, I pulled over and it finally died. The truck will not start unless starting fluid is sprayed into the intake. The fuel pump is putting out plenty of pressure, and a check engine light is on, showing a code of Camshaft Position Sensor. Could the Camshaft Position Sensor cause it to act like the fuel pump is out? Also, you cannot replace the Camshaft Position Sensor unless you replace the whole distributor, because it comes together as a whole assembly. Any other ideas?
Saturday, February 17th, 2007 AT 9:58 PM