Question about 1995 Ford Explorer
I had a diagnostic test ran on my truck. And it kicked out codesp0113, p0327, and p0332 which code p0113 was my intake temp. sensor was unpluged. The check engine light went off but know it back on. What should I do at this point.
P0327 - Knock Sensor Circuit Low Voltage
P0332 - Knock Sensor 2 Circuit Low Input (Bank 2)
Have you had the engine worked on? this looks like maybe the spark knock sensor is either disconnected or has been overtightened in the block, to check this locate the knock sensor at the base of the cylinder block just above where the oil pan bolts to the block, it is round (with a wire connector going to it) with a large hex nut configuration to pull it out, it is in the water jacket so if you do pull it drain the cooling system and the engine block, if you replace it DO NOT OVER-TIGHTEN IT! tighten to suggested torque setting in factory service manual.
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