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Symptoms of a bad knock sensor on a 2000 altima

What are the symptoms of a bad knock sensor on a 2000 altima?

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under the intake manifold(rear of the engine). To access, the manifold must be removed. You may also see it from under the vehicle, at the rear of the engine, above the exhaust. It may be possible to access with slim arms, I personally could not. Hopefully this helpd

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I would start with the o2 sensor first if its not working right it will set off the knock sensor but beware of vaccum leaks sounds like your running lean

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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remove the intake manifold ,remove radiator ,remove radiator intake and outake housing, remove fan ,remove all belts: power steering, alternator and if you have a/c, remove harmonic balancer ,remove timing belt covers, remove timing belt remove intake housinng once you have remove all the above, your freaken engine will look naked, you can see the location of the knock sensor is locate in the engine valley

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SOURCE: Knock Sensor (Nissan Altima 2000

it is very simple. if you lay down underneath the car and look up at the oil filter it is just above the oil filter. you should be able to get it out with a 12mm wrench.

Posted on Jul 12, 2011

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I am wondering where the knock sensor is on a 2000 Nissan Altima


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