Can a sensor act this bad? I have a Nissan Sentra 2005, and after the car becomes hot; anywhere from 15 minutes to 3 hours, I have to crank it at least twice before it starts. I have replaced the crank sensor, but no change. I replaced the cam sensor four times from different suppliers, and the car won't start hot or cold. So I put the original sensor back in, and it starts. Yet I still have the same issue for that 2 to 3 hours when it's hot
Some models will not function properly unless you use OEM. Get the DTCs and go from there. You may need to check the circuit as well.
Updated on March 20, 2018
By Dan Ferrell