Q: Vehical cranks no start,replaced cam sensor

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Truck cranks no start,has spark,replaced cam sensor

My car has 120000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. If you’re getting efficient flow of fuel on your Nissan Frontier and spark is not a problem; there are two things I’d check. First; would be the mass air flow sensor. Second, if you replaced the cam sensor and didn’t reset the ECU for error codes, this could be causing your issue as well. If you need assistance diagnosing your hard to start issue, please contact one of our local mechanics who will be happy to help.

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