Won’t start

Nissan Quest 2004  130000 miles
Van just won’t start. Cranks but won’t start. Fuel pump is good, battery is charged, not the starter. Was told to check the crank shaft sensor. YouTube said the crank sensor was underneath right in the middle of the van. I couldn’t make heads or tails, but I found one underneath the front and it appears to be working. However, I’m not sure if that is actually the crank sensor
Trina from United States 10 months ago  
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Bruce from United States 10 months ago
If your Nissan Quest won't start and you've already checked the fuel pump, battery, and starter, then the next logical step would be to check the crankshaft position sensor. The crankshaft position sensor is responsible for determining the position of the crankshaft, which is a vital component in the engine's ignition system. If the sensor is faulty, it can cause a variety of issues, including a no-start condition.
Once you've located the sensor, you can check its operation by using a multimeter to test its electrical resistance. If the sensor is not functioning properly, it will need to be replaced.
Trina from United States 10 months ago
Hi Bruce I had a friend use an OBD or ODB reader and it didn’t show any
Codes for the crank sensor. It could be wrong so I’ll try like you suggested.
Trina from United States 9 months ago
I replaced the crankshaft sensor and it still won’t start. I’m not sure what to do now. I can’t start it so I can’t go to a mechanic. I’m outside of the city so towing it to a mechanic is not an option for my budget. If there’s anything else to check I’ll check
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