P0335 Armada Issues

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2 months 1 week ago - 2 months 1 week ago #202198 by Armada12
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Hi all, I have a 2005 Nissan Armada. It is throwing a P0335 code. Crank sensor has been replaced. Verified that I am getting power to the connector. Verified good ground, and verified continuity from connector back to ecu. Armada is running very rough with a loss of power. CEL immediately comes back without hesitation if reset. I’m wondering if there is a unknown issue that is causing the CEL to throw P0335. What am I missing??? Any thought or ideas would be greatly appreciated!
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2 months 1 week ago #202202 by nightflyr
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First thing is a service bulletin.
www.autocodes.com/uploads/nissan/NTB08-088.pdf

Another possibility:
Signal plate may be damage
The crank sensor operates by scanning a “reluctor wheel”. This wheel can become damaged over time and will no longer give a proper reading to the ECM.
A common symptoms of a bad reluctor ring is going to be a rattling sound. If the engine still runs, you will hear it. This means that it has been damaged, and no longer seated properly.
If you don’t hear a rattle, the ring could have broken or missing teeth. This will cause the vehicle to not get a good reading from the crank sensor.

Other possible causes:
Starter motor may be faulty
Starting system circuit
Dead or weak battery

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2 months 1 week ago #202243 by Armada12
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Nightflyr, thanks for the suggestions. I bought a new camshaft sensor, popped it in and the P0335 cleared and hasn’t come back. Now a different code is coming up for a random misfire P0300. At least one issue was resolved. Now to figure out the misfire. I went through the injectors and they all seemed to be working. I’m going to check fuel pressure and fuel filter. I do have what I believe to be an exhaust leak somewhere around the manifold. With the hood open there is a very strong exhaust smell and hissing noise coming from the drivers side. Would this cause a misfire?

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2 months 1 week ago #202244 by nightflyr
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It is possible.
But also check the basics, plugs, wires if you have them. condition of coils signs of carbon tracking.
Might also check the MAF sensor and throttle body and clean them.

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