Asked on May 15, 2010
I have to spend atleast $450 in emissions related repairs in the state of Maryland in order to qualify for a waiver. I ran the computer diagnostic test which says my 2 oxygen sensors have failed and my knock sensor. Thats $450+. I know the oxygen ...
Asked on Jul 9, 2010
Ok, so I went to autozone and got the code from the test. The knock sensor came up as a problem. I don't want to have to replace this so I looked up some info. I guess it could be my OC sensor too (which would ...
Asked on Jul 15, 2010
96 maxima -Will the CEL go on because of the knock sensor? I had to get the entire exhaust replaced, so there were 2 codes, 02, and knock. Fixed exhaust, so 02 code went away, now I have the knock code left. I don't ...
Asked on Aug 8, 2010
Do I have to replace it or could it be something else? It's hell to get to to replace it.
Will the knock sensor cause you to fail emissions when it's being tested at 15mph and 25mph?
Asked on Jul 18, 2010
I have heard the knock sensor will not cause the check engine light to go on, is this true, and if so what would the real problem be?
Just wanted to add some more details. 96 maxima - I had to get the entire exhaust replaced, ...
Asked on Jun 22, 2010
Ok I have a 92 honda prelude with a knock sensor code. I know the knock sensor protects the engine and all that good stuff, but my car revs up and down. Its not my IAC because I replaced it with a good IAC. Can it ...
Asked on Jul 20, 2010
We need to change the knock sensor to get our van to pass emissions testing... Does anyone know where it's located?
The van has a 3.0L engine, if that helps any!
It has to have a knock sensor. We had it hooked up to a computer ...
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