If you did the sensor 6 months ago with an aftermarket part it is probably bad again. No problems since, and no particular improvement. The wheel speed sensor is located on the steering knuckles just behind the rotors. I was able to pull over to the side this time and I waited a while and then turned the car back on. There is a recall from Nissan for this problem on 2006 Nissan Altima recall id 90579.
I am getting concerned because this is a hazard as I have been asked by the local city police for me to pick up my speed a little as I am restraining the flow of traffic by driving at or below what I believe is the speed limit. My son put car on life to check freon and discovered they had not changed the oil filter and four engine clips were missing. This is a severely dangerous issue and Nissan should replace all cars - not just a select few. This issue has been re-occurring since April of 2003 and no repairs have been attempted due to the fact that mechanics cannot find nor duplicate problem. If the speed sensor is defective you will have a check engine light on in the dash display. Both are a know components that have a history of breaking. The aftermarket ones are the defective ones that Nissan stopped selling.
The vehicle speed sensor is located on top of the transmission housing under the air filter bock housing. Both were replaced because of burnning or rubbing due to improper spacing. Learned the dealership has problems and is up for sale. It was leaking so i had new seals and at the same time serviced the transmission which need a special lubricant. If that sensor was malfunctioning you would have a problem with your speedometer.
When we were driving car home all problems re-occurred. Usually you will find oil in the connector for the crank sensor this needs to be cleaned out or the sensor will not read correctly. You did replace 2 sensors right? No matter the situation, Advance Auto Parts has the Crankshaft Position Sensor product you desperately need. All three codes are for the transmission speed sensors. The P0725 sheet that autozone gave us reads. It had previously died while idleing.
I had both parts replaced 2 times. The dealership changed crank sensor and revolution sensor the problem went away then it happened again this year after their warranty expired. Loosen the 12 mm or 10 mm nut that holds the rear wiper arm. Upon looking into the problem I found that this is a common problem with many Nissan owners, particularly the Altima models. At aprox 34,000 miles car now has 42000 the instrument cluster would fail, the overdirve light would start flahing then overdrive would disengage. Replaced Shift Interlock Control Module and bracket.
Stopped extended warranty for 2011 models. The P0725 sheet that autozone gave us reads. The output sensor is also on the top of the transaxle, but further back towards the firewall. Don't know if car is safe to drive or if transmission is going to fully fail. The p0725 code is from the crank sensor. I didn't find too much info about fixing the Engine Speed Sensor.
Had codes checked at another garage all the same ones came up. This time the service engine light came on. Probably just a power issue. Open or short circuit aa2. Usually you will find oil in the connector for the crank sensor this needs to be cleaned out or the sensor will not read correctly. I am having all kinds of vehicles and semi-trucks pass me on the interstate and I feel the safety of my family is at risk in driving this vehicle. It would take too long to give detail about all the events so I pray someone at Nissan is decent enough to stand behind their product and make this right I am a single mom of three and ride less.
Ultimately developed a severe wobble. I tried stepping on the brakes and then hitting the gas again but the car would not move. Primary and secondary speed sensors. One was easy to get to, and one was in the side of the block down below and harder to get to. The p0725 code is from the crank sensor.
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