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Replace crank shaft sensor - 2004 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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How to? who can, where is it? ask a real question.
Ill answer how can it tell , its bad.
these cars can have 2 or 3 engine options, to work on any
cars engine, you first need to find out, what engine it is?
mine is 2.5L V6, my last one , was 2.0 I4 .

why do you think its bad? is the ECU sending trouble codes, DTCs
for this sensor? either running or cranking, if not ,its not bad.
easy huh?
here is the scan list P0355 is the CKP sensor (crank)
got 335's? is that it?
The fact is the ECU is real adept at reporting this sensor bad.
even if it misfires 1 in 10 times. really

http://www.fixkick.com/CEL/DTCs-1.pdf

Posted on Feb 10, 2014

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