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Where are the PCM and the ECM located on 2007 suzuki Reno

I had a mutiple missfire code i replaced the crank sensor then two days later the PCM went out .with a barrowed PCM there were no codes but the car still has a miss #1 cyl is 120 lbs compression and the other three are consistant 200 lbs.timming belt is good. no smoke from exhaust but heavy blow back in air plentum

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Yet another easter egg hunt.
why not pray tell, stated the DTC errors,. we cant guess them
they must be stated. win/win......
120psi is no good,
sure P0301,. is your only codes, sure.

my guess, lacking wet and dry compression, on warm engine
is #1 has burned valve.
did you let the cam belt run till it slipped.
ooPS that can be very expensive if you bind the valves.
it not run it , at all now. ID
1: check belt timing, by hand.
2: and do a cylinder leak down test on all 4, to see if the valves are bent now./
DOHC ,need respect.

misfire codes take heavy driving,
swapping ECU is not rational or needed.
the first ECU DID NOT LIE TO YOU!!!

Posted on Dec 27, 2016


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