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Vehicles (17 Jan 2019)

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Hi people having difficulty with with my 2003 mj13a, elm came P0335

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07 Jan 2019 14:07 - 07 Jan 2019 14:21 #200125 by Scooter
EML light came on when code read on snap on solus P0335 code came up crank shaft sensor replaced camshaft sensor still the same replaced camshaft sensor still the same replaced timing chain still the same replaced starter motor and alternator still the same what it does is you can start it clear the code and it stays off when you restart the code come straight back up again driving me absolute crackers I have checked voltages and those are both crank and cam sensors all good as anybody out there a wiring diagram for the ECU please or any help driving me mad
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07 Jan 2019 20:08 #200144 by kbike
"P0335 code came up crank shaft sensor replaced camshaft sensor still the same replaced camshaft sensor still the same "
Is this a"typo",camshaft sensor fault range is P0340-0349.Believe ECU wiring may be in www.suzuki4x4.net/manual/jimny/99512_81A20_015.pdf but looks like it may take time to digest.
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2018 Jimny auto:allegedly the last "old" auto registered UK.

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07 Jan 2019 20:12 #200145 by Scooter
Sorry yes. I’ve replaced both crank and cam shaft sensors
I’ll take a look at the ECU wiring link. Thank you. Much appreciated.

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