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Old 06-06-2018, 11:17 PM
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Just wanted to follow-up and advise everyone to avoid cheap aftermarket sensors like the plague! The $20/pair sensors from Amazon lasted about a week. Spent $168 for the pair from O'Reilly's, which include a lifetime guarantee. Been running the O'Reilly sensors for a few weeks with no issues. When it comes to camshaft sensors you definitely get what you pay for. The job is too much of a pain the butt to do it more than once as a result of "going cheap"!
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Old 06-08-2018, 05:12 AM
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There are a lot of poor quality and even counterfeit parts on the market, today. When it comes to ignition parts, I've always said it's best to stick with genuine Nissan, or, at least the OE manufacturer, which is typically Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Hanshin or NGK, depending on the part. I was in a pinch and needed a cam sensor for my 2008 Pathfinder and picked-up a Standard Motor Parts/Intermotor sensor from Advance Auto Parts last year; it was made in Japan and has held up, so far...knock on wood!
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If you really need great priced OEM nissan parts our site offers that. We actually are based out of a nissan dealership so we only sell New OEM parts. Our site is https://www.beelineparts.com
we even offer free shipping along with coupon codes. Just check it out
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