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

Answer 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 »

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How to Bypass a Chevy Knock Sensor?

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 »

How to Replace the Knock Sensor in a 1990 Silverado 5.7?

The 5.7L engine in most 1990 Chevrolet Silverado vehicles uses a knock sensor on the engine block. This sensor tells the engine's computer if the engine isn't getting enough spark, a condition whic... Read More »

Where is the knock sensor on a 1990 toyota truck?

According to the service departments at Deluca Toyota (Ocala, FL) and Toyota of Orlando, the knock sensor on a 22RE four cylinder is on the passenger side of the block, next to the oil filter. The ... Read More »

How do I Find the Engine Knock Sensor on a 1990 Silverado?

The 1990 Chevrolet Silverado uses a knock sensor to tell the computer if the timing is off on the engine. Too much advance causes a pinging or knocking sound. Once the knocking starts, the engine l... Read More »