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Old 09-13-2020, 11:51 PM   #1
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Hey everyone. Been looking for an active forum to join and wa recommended here. I have a 1997 D21 with a KA24E and a 5-speed. It had an accident on front right fender. Replaced the fender, corner lights, headlights, and grille.. it still kind of pulls to the side.
I want to make it a drift truck, I welded the dif.
Ca18DET in the future. (1 year)
Chassis upgrades are going to be until then and possibly afterward.
Waiting on the hub adapter for my steering wheel, so i just held it up for the photo lol.






Im having problems with a bunch of codes also I need advice on whats the way to fix these
0420 - Cat : Im going to try to hollow it out
0335 - Crankshaft position sensor
0110 - intake temp sensor : thats the one on the airfilter? Ive unplugged it and connected it again ill clean it and see if that fixes it.
0400 - EGR : unplugged or leaky hose?
0340 - Camshaft position sensor

The cam and crank sensors where do i find those at?

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Old 09-14-2020, 01:00 AM   #2
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Welcome to infamous Nissan! The crank position sensor is on the bellhousing. The cam position sensor is in the distributor. Best bet is to download the EF&EC section of the FSM from www.nicoclub.com/fsm
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Welcome.
What part of Florida?
I’m in Wildwood
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Old 09-14-2020, 05:32 PM   #6
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I stay near st. Petersburg
Thanks for the help on the sensors im going to order them in now to take care of it.
Would any of that cause a loss of HP?
I figure the 0420 cat would if it is clogging the exhaust.
Not sure about the rest tho
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I would not recommend hollowing out the cat, I did it once on my former sentra and aside from the fuel smell the noise it made drove me crazy.
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I will put a stick thru to see how the inside is. If its together. If its falling apart ill hollow it. I need the stumpa for an AFR Gauge
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