I had this same problem (code P0008). I took the car to my mechanic twice and 500 dollars later the light still came on. I decided, having some auto background, to look at it myself. The sensors on the car are "hall effects" sensors and easy to test. Spend a litlle time and research. It's worth the effort. My mechanic told me I would need an engine removal and timing chain replacement. (NOT TRUE)
My mechanic replaced the sensors on the left side of the engine which were actually bank 2. Bank 1 on a this Suzuki is the right side. I replaced those two and the car runs perfect. No more problems.
Be careful out there. There are alot of so called "mechanics" pretending they know what their doing.
Sunday, January 27th, 2013 AT 1:57 PM