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I have a 2006 Suzuki forenza and i was driving and the car started to stall and ust cut off on me. Tried to restart it but would crank and not turn over. And hrn it turned over it would only stay on for a second and would not idle higher than one any ideas or suggestions to what could be the problem?

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You might want to look into the crank position sensor. it can cause some of the same problems you are experiencing.

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