- Check the power supply voltage and ensure it is within the specifications listed in the service manual.
- If the power supply voltage is within specifications, check for an open or short circuit in the wiring between the ECM and the sensor.
- If the wiring is okay, replace the sensor.
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P1065-ECM-back-up/circuit trouble code Nissan sunny
IPDM 🔥 ECU Blown Fuse – P1065 Code of Death
What is code p1065?
Code P1065 is a generic Powertrain code. It’s most likely caused by a defective camshaft position sensor. The camshaft position sensor signals the PCM (powertrain control module) the position of the camshaft, which is then used to synchronize the engine’s firing order. If the camshaft position sensor is not working correctly, it will cause misfires and running issues.
What are the symptoms of code p1065?
Code p1065 is a generic powertrain code related to the engine’s air/fuel mixture. Symptoms may include:
-the engine may run lean or rich
-the engine may hesitate or stall
-the engine may produce black smoke from the exhaust
-the engine may misfire
What are the possible causes of code p1065?
The possible causes of code p1065 are:
-A problem with the engine management system
-A problem with the mass air flow sensor
-A problem with the intake manifold pressure sensor
-A problem with the throttle position sensor
-A problem with the fuel injectors
-A problem with the fuel pressure regulator
-A problem with the fuel pump
How can I diagnose and repair code p1065?
Unfortunately, without more information it is difficult to give a comprehensive answer. Code p1065 generally indicates a problem with the intake manifold pressure sensor or circuit. To diagnose the problem, you’ll need a diagnostic tool that can read live data from the sensor. With the engine running, you should see a fluctuating signal from the sensor. If the signal is stuck at one value or is not fluctuating, that indicates a problem with the sensor or circuit. To repair the problem, you’ll need to replace the damaged component.
What are some common mistakes made when diagnosing or repairing code p1065?
One common mistake made when diagnosing code P1065 is failing to check for other codes that may be stored in the vehicle’s computer. Additionally, this code may be caused by a faulty sensor, so it’s important to check all the sensors in the system and ensure they are working correctly. Another mistake that can be made is replacing parts without properly testing them first, which can lead to wasted time and money.