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2003 Jag Knock Sensor

I believe I have the same problem as you with my X type. Did they tell you where the knock sensor is?

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  • tabate Nov 12, 2008

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    Does anyone know on a 2003 Jaguar X type where exactly the knock sensor is located?



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In the first design, which is found in most vehicles, the knock sensor plays an active role in controlling ignition timing. In this system, the PCM is advancing ignition timing until knock occurs and then retards timing slightly. This system runs on the verge of engine knock at all times. In this system the function of the knock sensor circuit is critical. If the sensor malfunctioned, precise ignition timing control could not be achieved.

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Most technicians know how this type of sensor operates. Its element produces a voltage when the sensor picks up a vibration, usually caused by engine detonation.Technicians then check the ohmic value of the sensor.
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