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Old 05-16-2018, 02:26 PM   #1  
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P0340 with P0011 on my nissan

Hi Friends,

I have a nissan maxima of 6th Gen (2004-2008) and all of the sudden we got below codes.

While driving few days ago, all of the sudden TCS-OFF and SLIP sing with SES started showing.
So i reached home and off the TCS-OFF button and then TCS , SLIP warning cleared, but SES was still on.

So i thought to show to someone, So i went to some expert one and he stated that he is getting below code in diagnosed test.

Section - 1
1. P0340 cmp sen/cir bank 1-3 times
2. P0011 int/vt tlm cont bank 1-1 time

Section - 2
Also few more codes below as well.
1. P0725 engine speed,
2. P0840 fluid pressure sensor sw/a
3. P0745 pc solenoid a,
4. P0778 pc solenoid b,
5. P0868 fluid pressure low
abs-c1130 engine singnal1-16 times

He suggested, that he will clear the the codes, because he was not sure why these are being shown.
I have been driving past few days and not seen the code, so are those codes due to some issue which has been reset.
Please share thoughts are the Section-2 sensor came due to Sensor-1 or there is some issue with transmission.

Also i have heard that there is 120k / 10 year transmission warranty, but how to check that.
Please share inputs.

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Old 05-17-2018, 06:47 AM   #2  
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Replace the CPS sensor and go from there. Your expert sucks ballz.
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Old 05-17-2018, 07:11 AM   #3  
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Thanks Tarzan for the reply.

So you are suggesting that replacing the CPS sensor will fix all the below codes (both sections code).

Also any information how to check the if Car is still in transmission replacement warranty of 120k/10 years.

Would you suggest to CPS sensor replaced by Dealer.
I am thinking if i go to the dealer, if i have warranty of transmission replacement should as that as well for section-2 codes.

Suggestion ?

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Old 05-17-2018, 12:56 PM   #4  
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You don't need the dealer to replace the CPS. It's quite easy for the front one, and a bit more work for the rear. Sorry, I can't remember which is Bank 1 - front or rear. But all that's involved is removing a few hoses and wires, unscrewing the bolt, pulling out the old CPS and inserting the new one, then restoring everything back.

Some swear by the OEM sensors, but I was in a crunch a couple years back, and ordered Delphi brand from Rock Auto, and it had no issues since. It was the front one going bad, and it took me less than 30 min to replace it.
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