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Start here to make sure the battery is OK. Also check the air hose from filter to engine - they tend to get cracks or work loose.

 
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HELLO- HELLO, Im reading a few posts about Murano shutting off randomly . Has anyone had luck pinpointing the exact issue? Im desperate at this point. Wifey afraid to drive it as it may or may not shut off while she is commuting. Our 2007 Murano is doing the random engine shut off also. When i pull over put the gear selector in P and attempt to start it cranks very strong but takes several tries to fire up. Taking to another shop for diagnose while paying their hourly rate is making life difficult. ANY ASSISTANCE FROM THIS 6 MONTH OLD THREAD WOULD BE SO APPRECIATED ! If its easier to respond by email- here it is... [email protected]
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You are my only hope have you fixed your issue with the Murano, I have the same exact issue and no one understand me...

I have the same problem. Any help will be appreciated!!
 

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I have the same problem. Any help will be appreciated!!
Please start a new thread and be very specific about the circumstances in which your car does this.
Hot? Cold? Road speed? In town? Any other info....
 

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Just started having this exact issue. Replaced alternator, didn't help. Codes reading camshaft b.s but machanic tested wiring and apparently is fine.
For the first time I was driving it tonight and something new happened.. my car died and coasted, ( usually starts back up ) pulled over and it started but now my gas dial said empty and light was on. ( that turned off and went back up to 1/4 tank.. weird.. made it home..
I try looking over battery connections tomorrow..
Dud anyone figure out anything?
 

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Just a thought on this. There are many places that any vehicle can have a bad electrical connection. The very first thing to do is make sure the main ground from battery to all points on the car are good and clean, corrosion free, as well as both battery terminals. Next is look for bad wiring mice love wires. Next is any connector that could have or been around water or moisture. Next are the main components that have circuit boards in them, there can be bad solder joints, and a huge contributor to strange intermittent problems.
 

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All connections were cleaned, a new ground was ran before the cleaning and the car ran better in two days than it did the week before... it stalled a couple times, then all of the sudden my car would jerk going about 45 miles an hour. The cam sensor was coming up on the codes. So now we're gonna try that. Cam sensor.
 

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I suggest to everyone with this issue, to replace the Crankshaft sensors, this is the reason for this issue. Sometimes you will see the code P0336 or P0334 and sometimes not. But the origin is in the Cam sensor. You need to buy the original sensors.
 

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I suggest to everyone with this issue, to replace the Crankshaft sensors, this is the reason for this issue. Sometimes you will see the code P0336 or P0334 and sometimes not. But the origin is in the Cam sensor. You need to buy the original sensors.
I suggest that everyone take this post with reservations. Absent evidence, it makes little sense to start ordering and replacing sensors.
 
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