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I have a 06 Titan that quit running late on night...the next day it cranked up but quit about a mile into the drive. I have replaced the fuel pump, crankshaft sensor, IPDM and 1 of the 3 cam shaft sensors. The truck turns over but will not crank. I can't hear the fuel pump running even tho its a new fuel pump. SES light is on as well as the brake light. Anyone have any ideas to help in this matter? TIA!
 

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What codes is it throwing?
 

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I cant hear the pump at all and I'm not sure about the codes. I just figured it was the fuel pump because it was bucking right before it quit. When it died I was at home in the driveway. I will have to tow it for the codes to be done.
 

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See if a friend's has either a code reader or an ELM327 Bluetooth connector and read the codes in your driveway on your smartphone. If you don't have one you can borrow, you can order one from Amazon for under $15. With a 2006 vehicle, you'd be wise to have one handy. I keep a Bluetooth in my truck (2011) and in my wife's 2004 Expedition.

If you buy one from Amazon, read the reviews and buy one with plenty of reviews. I've linked the one I bought here on the forum before, so searching for ELM327 posted by me will get you a direct link. Mine was prime shipped to my door in 2 days.
 

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And because I'm in a good mood, here's a direct link to the one I bought:

 
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Thank you everyone for all your help...I got a friend to come check the truck out...the code reader didn't help bc the only codes thrown was tire pressure sensor. I'm thankful that he works with some awesome people at the Nissan dealership and they were able to lead me to the main plug under the drivers side door. One prong had broke...with a little cleaning and replacing the prong my truck is back up and running. I was seriously shocked that one broken prong caused all my issues from dim taillights to no start.
 
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