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Location 2003 kia rio knock sensor - 1997 Nissan Maxima

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SOURCE: Where is the knock sensor located on a 2003 nissan

It is located on the engine block itself in the valley between the cylinder heads. The entire intake manifold has to come off to access it:

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The knock sensor is on the back side of the engine bolted onto the block. It looks like this

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SOURCE: Location of Knock Sensor KIA RIO and steps to replacement

I can honestly say i have never seen one on a europeon model for this age vehicle ,only later years are they on any make of car .If anywhere it will be on the back of the engine level with the pistons in the block but never had a problem with them,perhaps its the grade of fuel ?? this vehicle should have 95 octane anything will cause pinking unless its a modified engine that has a very low compression ratio.Just been working on a old brit car for a customer and this has 11-1 compression ratio and needs 5 star fuel 0r 101 octane expensive for the additive so i fitted two head gaskets to lower compression .It works but for how long? well it is only a sunday car for classic days out

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Where is the knock sensor located on the engine of 2003 kia rio?


Take off the air cleaner assy and on the back of the engine by the fire wall under the exhaust manifold you will see a wire coming up going to a connector thats the knock sensor one bolt that holds it on the engine and unplug it your done

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On 2003 Kia Rio the knock sensor is located under the intake manifold and must be changed from underneath the car. If you remove the oil filter it is directly above it and is in clear view once the oil filter is out of the way. The connector plugs in behind the intake manifold air breather on the top side. If you remove the air breather cover it will help you get to it. It's not Complicated it's Just a process Of Changing the Knock Sensor.

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Can you clean knock sensor on 2003 kia rio


O2 sensors in general are not "cleanable". If they have failed than they are typically replaced.

Do you have a code for an O2 sensor? If so whats the code?

Feb 09, 2012 | 2003 Kia Rio

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Omi replaced a knock sensor on my 2003 kia rio,but still giving problem code po3025 saying knock sensor


Did you delete the code ? Maybe it wasnt the knock sensor but the wiring to it. When we get a code we check all that is involved, wiring, connector, corroded connector terminals, then we test the sensor. If there is a fault in the wiring and or connector, this will set a code for the sensor indicating the need for a proper dignosis.

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Knock sensor replacement ....2003 kia rio....emissions ...obd II....failure...need to pass inspection...failure code P0325 (Knock sensor 1 circuit malfunction)....where vis the knock sensor located on a...


Turn ignition off. Disconnect knock sensor 3
-
pin harness connector. Locate knock sensor, on cyli
nder block.
On Optima 2.7L engine, sensors are located on both
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Mar 19, 2010 | 2003 Kia Rio

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How to repair knock sensor on 2003 kia rio?


knock sensors thread into the head cylinder or intake manifold

Jan 16, 2010 | 2003 Kia Rio

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Where is the knock sensor located on 2003 Kia Rio


2003 kia rio, It is located under the intake manifold. Get underneath the car, pull the oil filter...it is right above it and in clear view with the oil filter out of the way. The connector plug is up top behing the air breather on the firewall.

Dec 25, 2009 | 2003 Kia Rio

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Need to know where knock sensor is located on a 2001 kia rio.


At center rear of engine compartment, by intake manifold support bracket.

Dec 23, 2009 | 2001 Kia Rio

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How do I replace the knock sensor on my 2003 kia rio?


On 2003 Kia Rio the knock sensor is located under the intake manifold and must be changed from underneath the car. If you remove the oil filter it is directly above it and is in clear view once the oil filter is out of the way. The connector plugs in behind the intake manifold air breather on the top side. If you remove the air breather cover it will help you get to it. I wish I had someone tell me where it was instead of looking for it for over 2 hours. It is simple after you find it.

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