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My 2001 Daewoo Laganza also showed this problem. It turned out that my valve cover gasket was not seated properly and oil was accumulating around the spark plug of the #3 cylinder. Replaced gasket and engine started running fine.
hi, it is under the upper timing belt cover between the camshaft gears.
According to the manual touching anything related to timing belt
requires removing million parts including right front wheel. I suspect
this might be an overkill just to remove upper timing belt cover.
So my advice would be to get it done by some mechanic as u will not be able to do it and may damage other parts also.
There is a recall on some of those passenger cars about the cam sensor melting, and causing burning.I would take it to a dealer and see if your car is one of them.If it is, they have to replace it.(no charge). good luck.