I have a Nissan Primera P12 2001 (2500cc) which was working without any issues. Yesterday when I try to start, it wouldn't.
Talking to the repair guy said it was the fuel pump. But later he said it is the crank sensor at fault, which prevented the car from starting due to sending bad readings to the computer, but I still have to replace the fuel pump, as it failed too.
So my question is, can a problem in crank sensor cause fuel pump failure? or is it pure coincidence? (or I'm about to pay too much money)
(I don't know what crank sensor does)
UPDATE: I was told both crank position sensor AND cam sensor needs replacing. I believe this is the model I have http://www.carfolio.com/specifications/models/car/?car=232980
UPDATE 2: Here's the photos of the faulty fuel pump https://i.stack.imgur.com/lPM1V.jpg