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Old 03-12-2018, 04:50 PM
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Default P0725 on 2009 nissan sentra sub-model s 2.0L

I recently bought a 2009 Nissan Sentra with a 111950 miles on it at about a 112k miles on it I noticed the transmission would hesitate to shift into drive and reverse. Then when slowing down it would buck or hard shift down. I pulled diagnoses with my code reader and came up with 1 code p0725. I check cvt transmission fluid it was where it should have been so i googled the code and ran across these forms and Alot of the forms i have read says replace crankshaft position sensor some say replace camshaft position sensor and one says replace engine speed sensor or cvt transmission speed sensors. Please someone help me im a diy guy who cant afford to take the car to nissan. I know that nissan extended the cvt transmission warranty to 120k miles but my car is excluded because it has a rebuilt title. Should i just pull the transmission and rebuild the cvt transmission all together or will replacing one of these sensors fix my problem. Car seems to do fine other than slowing down.
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