Nissan 1.8L Index of Articles

Testing the camshaft position (CMP) sensor on the 2000-2002 1.8L Nissan Sentra is fairly easy. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to test it with just a multimeter (no scan... [read more]

If you suspect the crankshaft position (CKP) sensor is causing your 1.8L Nissan Sentra not to start, this tutorial will help you diagnose it using just a multimeter. This... [read more]

Trying to diagnose and replace what's causing your 1.8L Nissan Sentra to crank but not start can leave you tearing your hair out. Especially since so many things can cause... [read more]

There is a method to the madness of diagnosing an engine no-start problem and in this article, I'll explain what I did to diagnose a no-start condition on a 2002 1.8L Nissan... [read more]

As a do-it-yourselfer, you have two choices when it comes to testing the starter motor, you can either remove it and have it bench tested at your local auto parts store... [read more]

As you probably already know, the TP sensor on the 2000-2002 1.8L Nissan Sentra has two connectors. This is because the TP sensor contains two sensors in the same... [read more]

This tutorial will help you step by step to perform an engine compression test on your 1.8L Nissan Sentra. More importantly, I'll show you how to interpret your test... [read more]

Testing the ignition coils (most commonly known as COP coils) on your 1.8L Nissan Sentra is fairly easy. You don't need expensive diagnostic equipment to determine if these... [read more]

This article will help you to diagnose the Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor on any 2000, 2001, 2002 Nissan Sentra (with a 1.8L engine)... [read more] at:

If your 1.8L Nissan Sentra has overheated and now won't start, or starts and runs but overheats (and you've already confirmed that the fan, thermostat and water pump are... [read more]