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Old 07-25-2014, 11:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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if any body know where is the location of a cranshaft position sensor in 2005 suzuki forenza ? thanks
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cranshaft
Or Crankshaft?

Sandwiched between the engine and trans, BUT they seldom fail.

There is a Service Manual link in here to help you locate...
https://www.suzuki-forums.com/general...on-manual.html

Check the wiring to it and make sure you aren't hunting down the CAMSHAFT Position Sensor (both are known as a "CPS" in some circles).

So what is the problem in general?
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I previously had the same complication a few days ago on my 2004 suzuki forenza. As a result, my CMP (camshaft position sensor) sensor needed to be replaced. So, I did some research and stumbled upon this Carfix: 2004 Suzuki Forenza check engine light code P0342 hope this helps 😀
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Sorry for my previous post, I was confused with the other cps sensor. Ignore my last post unless that is your problem.
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Yours is still good intel, as we are not 100% sure which CPS is in play here.

Crank or cam.
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the crankshaft position sensor is located behind the a/c and power steering pump bracket. the camshaft position sensor is located behind the cam gears and the access to remove the bolt is on the timing cover.
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We are having trouble getting the camshaft position sensor off, any guidance would help is an 07 suzuki forenza
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