Hi I'm Mark, I've got a nissan note 1.4 dci I filled it up with petrol and drove it until it stopped, I replaced the fuel and bleed it and was...

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Hi I'm Mark, I've got a nissan note 1.4 dci I filled it up with petrol and drove it until it stopped, I replaced the fuel and bleed it and was able to drive it again for a few short journeys but it stopped again, I bleed it again took the injectors out and cleaned everything all pipes and filter but it won't start now. What can I do next, do I need to replace some parts, thanks for any advice

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Relly De Jesus
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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Mark

How are you doing? As a first course of action please remove the negative battery connector and let it sit for 5minutes before reconnecting it. This will reset the system and can get it back to it's normal operating state. If it fails, I am suspecting a failing crankshaft position sensor.A crank sensor is an electronic device used in an internal combustion, both petrol and diesel, to monitor the position or rotational speed of the crankshaft.

Few symptoms of a bad ckp

  • Your Check Engine Light is Blinking.
  • It's Difficult to Get Your Vehicle to Start.
  • Your Vehicle is Stalling and/or Backfiring.
  • The Engine is Making Your Vehicle Vibrate.

Hope this helps and I'll be standing by for your response

Thank you

Relly

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hi Mark

How are you doing? This is just a follow up regarding your question. Is there anything else I can add or help you with? I'll be standing by for your response.

Thank you

Relly

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Jenny Muralidharan
Customer Support

"HI no this didn't help" - Mark Claridge, via support Ticket #96537 

 
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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Mark

Good to hear back from you.. May I ask if the check engine light is on in the dash? I'll be standing by for your response.

Thank you

Relly

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Jenny Muralidharan
Customer Support

"No the check engine light is not on." Mark Claridge, via support Ticket #96540 

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hi Mark

Thank you for your response. May I ask if there's a yard near you and try an ECU swap? I'll be standing by for your response. Good luck!

Relly

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Jenny Muralidharan
Customer Support

"I put the wrong fuel in my car why would I need to change the ecu, I'm looking to change the fuel filter and the fuel pressure sensor and the turbo boost sensor,  will this fix my issues  - Mark Claridge, via support ticket#96540

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Thank you for that information mark. Even if the check engine light is not on I strongly suggest that you have it scanned to know the fault code that it may throw so that we will know what part need replacement. Yes replacing the fuel filter, fuel pressure sensor and boost sensor may resolve the issue but before doing that please have it scanned. Now if there are no fault codes and you decided to replace the said parts then it may need an ECU replacement for it may not be communicating to the sensors. Let's see all the possibilities Mark. Please keep me posted and Good Luck!

Relly

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Mark

How are you doing? Any update on your car? I'll be standing by for your response. Have a great day!

Thank you

Relly

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Mark

How are you doing? Any update on your car? I'll be standing by for your response. Have a great day!

Thank you

Relly

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Mark

How are you doing? Any update on your car? I'll be standing by for your response. Have a great day!

Thank you

Relly

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