Where is the knock sensor on a 1990 toyota truck?

Answer 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 »

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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 »

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 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 »

How to Remove the Knock Sensor from a 1993 Toyota Camry?

The 1993 Toyota Camry has two knock sensors, both located near the back of the engine. Both knock sensors are used to send a signal to the computer, which tells the computer that it should make adj... Read More »