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Where is the camshaft position sensor located 2001 suzuki vitara and would this cause the car to stall out and restart after 15 mins like nothing was wrong?

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Yes would give those very symptoms. Unsure about location...either fitted to look onto front crankshaft pulley or fitted on bellhousing area to look onto rear flywheel.

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