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Where is the knock sensor on a 1989 Buick Parkave

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When a knock is detected, it sends this information to the computor, in which retards the ignition timing. If the sensor is bad, it will do this more often than not.

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SOURCE: 98 buick parkave door locks dont work in the back

you have to pull the door trim panels off from the doors not working, and free up the mechanism from 12 years of abuse, grime, weather, and age. Pull the electrical connection apart, and spray some electrical contact cleaner on the terminals. For the linkage and rods, a little WD-40, and operating it several times till you're sure it's working properly. If that doesn't work, maybe your master swith for the locks is bad.

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