Got several codes on my 2001 nissan pathfinder. P1320, P1145, P111, P0100, P0430 and P0420. Sounds like a lot but I am having problems with rough...

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Got several codes on my 2001 nissan pathfinder. P1320, P1145, P111, P0100, P0430 and P0420. Sounds like a lot but I am having problems with rough idle and from what I could learn online it sounds like the Intake Valve Timing Control Solenoid Valve needs to be replaced but I thought it was odd that they both failed at once? Since P1145 and P1111 are both IVTCSV bank 1 and also bank 2. Other codes were P1320 which is for crank position sensor (which I already replaced years ago, may need cleaning?) I just wanted to know if it's something else upstream of the IVTCSV that might be causing them to both fail at once. P1320 also says it could be ignition coils that need to be replaced. Does that sound likely to be the problem which caused the IVTCSV's to both fail at once? Need to know before I order parts!the other codes were for MAF sensor and the CAT converter (which I cut off years ago, straight pipe exhaust) so I I wouldn't necessarily think about that being the drivability and rough idle issue since the other codes flashed on the diagnostic tool as well, it made me think something else was going on. Have driven with no CAT for years and straight pipe exhaust

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Relly De Jesus
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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Leland

How are you doing? Before replacing all those parts that came out with the codes. I strongly suggest that you clean or replace the crank position sensor first because if it's faulty it will result to poor or rough idle. If it doesn't resolve the issue then go to the ignition coil replacement and it may resolve the issue without replacing the other parts. If you have driven it for years on straight pipe with no codes then it wouldn't be the issue. Hope this helps and I'll be standing by for your response.

Thank you and have a good one!

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Leland

How are you doing? Before replacing all those parts that came out with the codes. I strongly suggest that you clean or replace the crank position sensor first because if it's faulty it will result to poor or rough idle. If it doesn't resolve the issue then go to the ignition coil replacement and it may resolve the issue without replacing the other parts. If you have driven it for years on straight pipe with no codes then it wouldn't be the issue. Hope this helps and I'll be standing by for your response.

Thank you and have a good one!

Relly

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Leland

Hope everything is well. This is just a follow up regarding your Nissan Pathfinder. Please let me know if there's anything else I can add or help you with. I'll be standing by for your response.

Thank you

Relly

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Leland

How are you doing? Before replacing all those parts that came out with the codes. I strongly suggest that you clean or replace the crank position sensor first because if it's faulty it will result to poor or rough idle. If it doesn't resolve the issue then go to the ignition coil replacement and it may resolve the issue without replacing the other parts. If you have driven it for years on straight pipe with no codes then it wouldn't be the issue. Hope this helps and I'll be standing by for your response.

Thank you and have a good one!

Relly

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Relly De Jesus
Nissan Mechanic

Hello Leland

Hope everything is well. This is just a follow up regarding your Nissan Pathfinder. Please let me know if there's anything else I can add or help you with. I'll be standing by for your response.

Thank you

Relly

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