How to Bypass a Chevy Knock Sensor?

Answer Your knock sensor is an electrical device on your truck, car or Sport Utility vehicle that detects knocks in your engine caused by premature detonation of the air-fuel mixture as it enters the cyli... Read More »

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How to Bypass the Knock Sensor on a 1990 Ford F150?

The knock sensor on your 1990 Ford F150 helps to protect the engine from engine knock. Engine knock---or "knocking"---is the result of improper combustion in the combustion chamber of your truck. U... Read More »

How to Repair a Chevy 2.4L Knock Sensor?

The knock sensor on a Chevy 2.4-liter engine is located near the rear of the engine, under the exhaust manifold. It is mounted in the engine block, near the top of the cylinder, so that it can sens... Read More »

How to Change a Knock Sensor on a 93 Chevy Caprice?

Replace the knock sensor on your Chevy Caprice if you find it is faulty or if you suspect a problem with it. The sensor is located on the front lower portion of the engine block, on the driver's si... Read More »

How to Install a Knock Sensor in an '02 Chevy Suburban?

The 2002 Chevrolet Suburban uses two knock sensors -- one on each side of the block. The knock sensors send a voltage signal to the computer if they sense detonation in the engine. When the engine ... Read More »