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  1. Order of events below: - Two days ago I noticed a loss of power and a mile later the car basically died. I had my friend tow me back to work. - That evening the car starts up fine and I can drive it a few miles, I think to myself, huh, strange. - I drive it to work the next day and it does fine. - It dies again driving around on my lunch break. I get it back home and run all the diagnostics and I get the following information: - Error codes 11/32/34 - Air:Fuel mixture more than 5% lean - Crankshaft position sensor issue My HAYNES manual says the crankshaft position sensor is in the distributer, but I am also seeing that there is a sensor near the oil filter (see attached image) that is the crankshaft position sensor according to the internet for Xterras/Frontiers. Anyone know what that sensor in the image is? It is just behind the passenger side control arm/frame next to the oil filter towards the transmission. Any help is extremely appreciated! Also, I took a video of the sound of the engine when it is getting ready to die. I had to rev the engine up during diagnostics. I also have another video of when the problem first arose and I pulled over. Video is in YouTube video below:
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