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ACTIONS: • If you only have DTC P0340, replace only Bank 1 CMP (Camshaft Position) Sensor. • If you only have DTC P0345, replace only Bank 2 CMP (Camshaft Position) Sensor. • If you have both codes, replace both sensors. • For a “hard to start warm” incident, replace both sensors, even if you have no codes. Refer to sections EC and EM in the correct Service Manual for sensor replacement information. If replacement of the sensors does not solve your incident, go back to ASIST for further diagnostic and repair information. PARTS INFORMATION DESCRIPTION PART # QUANTITY Camshaft Position Sensor- Bank 1 23731-6J906 1 Camshaft Position Sensor- Bank 2 23731-AL616 1 CLAIMS INFORMATION Submit a Primary Failed Part (PP) line claim using the following claims coding: DESCRIPTION PFP OP-CODESYSDIAFRT RPL One Camshaft Position Sensor (Bank 1 or Bank 2) (1) DE64AA AA 32 (2) RPL Both Camshaft Position Sensors (Banks 1 and 2) (1) DE67AA AA 32 0.3 hrs. (1) Reference the Parts Information table and use the indicated sensor P/N’s as the PFP. (2) Reference the current Nissan Warranty Flat Rate Manual and use the indicated FRT


SERVICE PROCEDURE Replace Starter, Add Cleaner 1. Replace the starter motor. • Use the part number from the Parts Information section of this bulletin. • Refer to section SC, “STARTING SYSTEM, Removal and Installation” in the applicable Nissan Electronic Service Manual (ESM). 2. Add one full can of Nissan In-Tank Fuel System Cleaner to the fuel. NOTE: If the fuel tank is less than ¾ full, instruct the customer to fill the tank as soon as it is convenient after the repair. Driving with the Cleaner installed and low fuel level will not harm the fuel system or engine, but will reduce the effectiveness of the cleaning process. 3. Continue to ECM Part Number Check (next page). 1. With CONSULT-II “ON”, print the Self-DIAG Results as follows: START (Nissan) >> ENGINE >> Self-DIAG Results >> PRINT SELF-DIAG RESULTS SYSTEM ENGINE DATE XX/XX/XXXX* 11:07:11 P/N 23710-XXXXX TP020389h DTC RESULTS TIME NO DTC IS DETECTED Current ECM Part Number * Example, your screen may differ. 3. Using the printout from Step 1: • Compare the vehicle’s current ECM P/N to those shown under Current ECM P/N in Chart 1, below: • This comparison will allow you to determine if the ECM needs to be reprogrammed. Chart 1, Current ECM P/N’s: VEHICLE PACKAGE NATS? CURRENT ECM P/N A/T, ASCD YES 23710-9J305, -9J003, -9J002, -9J001, -9J000, -8J001, -8J000 M/T, ASCD YES 23710-9J315, -9J013, -9J012, -9J011, -9J010, -8J061, -8J060 A/T, no ASCD YES 23710-9J300, -9J008, -9J007, -9J006, -9J005, -8J011, -8J010 02-04 Altima M/T, no ASCD YES 23710-9J310, -9J018, -9J017, -9J016, -9J015, -8J071, -8J070 YES 23710-8U542, -8U541, -8U540, -8U041, 8U040 A/T NO 23710-8U502, -8U501, -8U500, -8U001, 8U000 YES 23710-8U562, -8U561, -8U560, -8U061, -8U060 02-03 Sentra 5 M/T NO 23710-8U512, -8U511, -8U510, -8U011, -8U010 YES 23710-8U072, -8U071, -8U070 02 Sentra 6 M/T NO 23710-8U022, -8U021, -8U020 YES 23710-8U572, -8U571, -8U570 03 Sentra 6 M/T NO 23710-8U522, -8U521, -8U520 NOTE: The 2004 Sentra ECM does not need to be reprogrammed for this bulletin. A. If your vehicle’s ECM P/N matches a P/N in the chart above: • Perform ECM Reprogramming (page 4). B. If your vehicle’s ECM P/N does not match a P/N in the chart above: • ECM Reprogramming is not necessary, bulletin complete / end here

1994 Chevy Truck C 1500 Truck 2WD Tune-up and Engine Performance Checks/ Ignition-Timing Connector Location Change Manual

SUBJECT: TIMING CONNECTOR LOCATION CHANGE MODELS: 1994 CHEVROLET AND GMC C/K TRUCKS WITH GASOLINE ENGINES The timing connector, which can be disconnected to return engine timing to base for adjustment purposes, has been moved from the engine compartment to inside the cab. This new location is not currently reflected in the Service or Owner’s Manual. The new location is under the dash directly below the glove compartment. The tan/black wire is routed for a short distance outside of a large wiring harness. This large harness is routed between the heater blower motor and evaporator case. The timing connector is taped to the wire bundle (Figure 1)


TROUBLE SHOOTING NOTE: See TROUBLE SHOOTING – BASIC PROCEDURES article in GENERAL INFORMATION. 1) If a no-start condition exists and battery is known to be good, connect test light or voltmeter between starter solenoid terminal No. 50 and ground. See Figs. 6 and 7. 2) Turn ignition switch to START position. If test light or voltmeter does not indicate voltage, check main fusible links and large ampere main fuses in engine compartment relay box. If fusible links and fuses are okay, see IGNITION SWITCH CONTINUITY TEST and/or STARTER RELAY TEST under ON-VEHICLE TESTING. ON-VEHICLE TESTING NOTE: Before testing, ensure battery is fully charged, battery cables and terminal ends are tight and clean, and engine grounds are secure. CLUTCH START SWITCH TEST 1) Switch is located above clutch pedal on bracket. Disconnect wiring harness connector from switch. 2) Connect ohmmeter probes to switch terminals. Depress clutch pedal. If continuity does not exist, adjust or replace clutch start switch. If continuity exists, check circuit to starter relay for open, and check starter relay. See STARTER RELAY TEST. CLUTCH START CANCEL SWITCH TEST 1) Locate switch in left dash panel. Remove right lower instrument panel to access switch connector. Disconnect wiring harness connector from switch pigtail connector. See Fig. 1. 2) Connect negative lead of ohmmeter to terminal No. 1. Ensure continuity does not exist between connector terminals No. 1 and 2, terminals No. 1 and 3, and terminals No. 2 and 3. Check operation of switch by connecting jumper wires from 12-volt battery. Connect positive lead to terminal No. 3 and negative battery lead to terminal No. 1. 3) Using ohmmeter, ensure continuity does not exist between connector terminals No. 1 and 2 until switch button is pushed. When switch button is pushed, switch light should come on and continuity should exist. Disconnect battery and ensure continuity does not exit between terminals No. 1 and 2. If switch does not test as specified, replace switch. Fig. 1: Identifying Clutch Start Cancel Switch Connector Terminals Courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. IGNITION SWITCH CONTINUITY TEST WARNING: Deactivate air bag system before performing any service operation. For 1996 4Runner, see AIR BAG RESTRAINT SYSTEM article. 1995 1) Disconnect negative battery cable. Removedriver’s lower instrument panel cover. Remove upper and lower steering column covers if needed. Locate ignition switch wiring harness 8-pin connector. See Figs. 2-3. 2) With ignition switch in LOCK position, there should be no continuity between any terminals. With ignition switch in ACC position, there should be continuity between terminals No. 2 and 3. With ignition switch in ON position, there should be continuity between terminals No. 1, 2 and 3, and between terminals No. 7 and 8. 3) With ignition switch in START position, there should be continuity between terminals No. 1, 4 and 6, and between terminals No. 7 and 8. If continuity is not as specified, replace switch.

1995-1996 Toyota Avalon Factory Disarm Installation Manual

There is only one way to bypass the factory alarm on this vehicle. All other conventional methods (such as finding the wire that runs from the driver’s door lock cylinder), will disarm and unlock the doors. To disarm the alarm only, you’ll need to find the 18 AWG. Red/ Yellow wire that runs from the ignition switch. This wire can be identified by making sure it is negative while the key is in the run position. When found connect the A White/Black Ignition 3 wire to the Red/Yellow wire. This will now disarm but not unlock the door’s. All Nissan Altima and Toyota Tercel vehicles share a similar problem. If these vehicles are not started using the ignition key, two terminals of the ignition key cylinder overlap causing a feedback condition to occur when the vehicle’s true ignition wire is powered up by the AutoCommand®. Essentially, when the main ignition in these vehicles is powered, voltage feeds backwards through the ignition cylinder back out to the starter wire resulting in the starter holding on. The solution is to interrupt the START wire(s) using a relay, preventing this feedback after the AutoCommand® has started the car. The diagram on the next page details the relay layout for solving this problem on these vehicles