How to Replace the Knock Sensor for the Subaru Forester?

Answer The engine knock sensor in your Subaru Forester is designed to detect high-frequency vibrations caused by irregular detonation (combustion). Abnormal combustion, or misfiring of the engine, causes ... Read More »

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Where is the knock sensor in a 1999 Subaru Forester?

The knock sensor on a 1999 Subaru Forester is located inside the engine compartment. The knock sensor is on top of the Forester's engine, behind the manifold. The Subaru's knock sensor is shaped si... Read More »

How to Replace a Subaru Knock Sensor?

Spark knock in a modern Subaru engine has become a thing of the past with the advent of the knock sensor. When the knock sensor detects a spark knock in your Subaru's engine, it sends a message to ... Read More »

How to Replace the Knock Sensor Resistor in a Subaru Legacy?

The knock sensor resistor, more commonly known as simply the knock sensor, is an electrical component that measures engine noise in your Subaru Legacy. In addition to reporting engine noise to the ... Read More »

How Do I Replace a Knock Sensor in a 1996 Subaru Legacy?

The Legacy is a mid-sized car introduced by Subaru, a Japanese company, as a larger companion to its smaller cars in 1989. As of 2010, the Legacy was still part of Subaru’s lineup. The 1996 Legac... Read More »