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Old 05-25-2018, 10:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, i have a 2003 uk suzuki wagon r+special. Ive read a fault code and ive got to replace the camshaft sensor, does anyone know where this is located on the engine please? If its just a 1 bolt fix i can do myself if it requires no stripping of other parts. The general things online refer to the crankshaft sensor but i cant locate the camshaft sensor which is what i need to replace. Any advice would be great thanks in advance.
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Not sure what engines in them, is it the M13 or G10 (1300cc or 1000cc).

If its the M13 does it have variable valve timing.

If not sure, post a pic.
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Hi its a 1300cc engine, thanks.
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Hi its a 1300cc engine, thanks.
VVT or not, the sensor position varies.
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Sorry Darrell was that a question regarding vvt im not with the car at present will have to check. Cheers
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I've put this together...

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Thank you so much for the replies and pics, that was most helpful. I did locate and change the sensor but it made no difference im thinking egr valve? back to square one!
Darell thanks for the effort once again, most appreciated.
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