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2000 Nissan Xterra SE 3.3L G Sensor VIN: 5N1ED28Y8Y
Checked codes & found code 17.Checked 5 volt ref.wire checked signal out & ground.All checked out ok.Checked voltage readings out on signal wire.Supposed to be 2.5 volt at level ground but readings are 4.83 volts.Tried moving sensor 90 degrees and 180 but no c...

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2004 Nissan Frontier XE 3.3L Hesitation, Cuts out VIN: 1N6ED26Y34
The vehicle had set a codes for the vss. While road testing it was noticed the PCM was losingvss signal. Although the speedo never stopped working. every time the truck would run bad the vss signal at the cpm would go out but you could tap on the cluster and... Trouble codes: 338 (knock sensor high input), 500 (vehicle speed sensor malfunction A).
2004 Toyota Camry LE 2.4L wipers, headlights, cooling fans, and more VIN: JTDBE32K24
I am happy to report that this vehicle is fixed and all electrical components including the power locks now function as they should. I want to thank everyone who took their personal time to try and help me I really appreciate what you all did! It was Sai fr...
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