Mitsubishi FGC25N:
error e34

I have a mitsu fgc25n with the Nissan k21 engine no start error code E34. Replaced crank sensor but still no start. Anyone have the same issues
  • Posted 27 May 2015 06:55
  • Discussion started by fish2121
  • New Jersey, United States
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well there ya go
shorted alternator wire can cause all kinds of havok in the electrical system
good thing you found it before the whole truck melted down :o)
  • Posted 2 Jun 2015 07:31
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
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Thanks a lot for all the help! I found the 10 gauge wire from alt to batt. had rubbed through and shorted ( melted) two ground wires under the batt. tray were you have to remove it to find them. Fixed wiring all is goodpl
  • Posted 2 Jun 2015 07:19
  • Reply by fish2121
  • New Jersey, United States
as for your spark plug problem, this happens because origionally the factory suggested a type of plug that had an extended threadded shank on the plug and carbon can build up causing it to prevent the plugs from coming out easily and it also wipes out the aluminum threads if you force it out. Unfortunatly if you want to change that plug you will have to force it out and then go back with a helicoil spark plug kit (14mm). And when you go back with the new plugs there are new plugs that are shorter and will not suffer this problem. Check with your parts supplier/dealer about this, they should know about it and have the correct plugs to go back in the engine.

Since you verified that the coil packs are good i would check the wiring harness where they plug into the coil packs for broken wires. Also swap the egi relays around with the other relays and see if this helps, after clearing the codes (using the pedal dance) if they do not return you know the relays may have been the cause and you can replace them as needed. Have you checked all the fuses in the fuse box and made sure they are all fully inserted into their sockets? Sometimes these fuses can work loose and cause problems.

One other thing, sometimes when replacing the crank or cam sensor it is advisable to replace the opposing sensor, if you put a crank sensor also replace the cam sensor, and visa versa. They both do work together in the ignition system and either one can trigger this code. (since you've done this it is unlikely these are causing this)

If you've verified wiring, sensors , spark plugs are all good my only other thought would be the ECM itself, make sure all the connectors are plugged in and locked, you may even want to put some electric silicone grease in there to help waterproof them. And check the frame ground and make sure it is good, remove it and scrape any paint that might be underneath so it will have a good metal to metal connection.
  • Posted 28 May 2015 21:46
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
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I changed can sensor also (OEM).changed 3 plugs one won't come out. Tested coils on another truck they work fine. any ideas were to go with this
  • Posted 28 May 2015 03:00
  • Reply by fish2121
  • New Jersey, United States
first make sure the plugs are not burned out, gap should be.035, if gap is very wide replace plugs

this code is generated when ignition looses signal for a predetermined period of time
yes it could be the crank sensor but also could be the cam sensor
sometimes replacing both sensors as a pair fixes this problem.

you also may want to check the egi relays in the relay box
  • Posted 27 May 2015 21:29
  • Reply by swoop223
  • North Carolina, United States
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Yes I used a OEM sensor should I try the new one in another unit
  • Posted 27 May 2015 12:48
  • Reply by fish2121
  • New Jersey, United States
lots of times... was the crank sensor you replaced it with an OEM or aftermarket?
if after market, get yourself a known good crank sensor to check it with or get an OEM only version.
  • Posted 27 May 2015 08:04
  • Reply by edward_t
  • South Carolina, United States
"it's not rocket surgery"

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