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Old 07-03-2009, 08:11 PM
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Hi, thanks for accept me in their community. I have a 2003 murano. It happens that the car is turned off at any time moving in a stop light and sometimes in the morning makes it difficult to start. We place the scanner and gave me the code P0345 adicinal shows 4 but with the same code P0345 (repeated 4 times, 01/04 and this is serious why repeat the same code), which refers to cramshaft I have changed and a new continuing problem with the same code, I advise that I should do next. thanks in advance for your help.
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Usually repalcing the sensor takes care of the problem. The P0345 is the for the Bank 2 sensor, which side did you repalced?
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Thanks for responding, I going to replace the rear right side. (Figures posted right side). What is the voltage sensor of the arrival and the procedure that I do care and that I should have? again thank you very much.




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Hi I'm new hear and need help with an 05 Pathfinder can you tell me if it is the same as Murano?

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