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How long does it take to replace a knock sensor on a 2000 nissan frontier v6

Need to know how long it will take to re,ove intake and all the other parts to get to the knock sensor then put back together

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  • maryanneperry Dec 04, 2012

    it has to take longer than 20-30 mins when u have to take the intake and injectors off to get to it

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20 to 30 minutes at the most,

Posted on Dec 04, 2012

  • maryanneperry Dec 04, 2012

    cant take 20-30mins u have to remove the intake and the injectors gatta take longer

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SOURCE: I have 1998 Nissan Frontier with an engine light

the PO 325 code is for VSS vichicle speed sensor and PO500 is for a knock sensor,so you will need to see what the new code is to be able to help you, the engine power manegment is controled by both get it scanned by autozone or the mechanic that did the work and see if it's the same code, if it is you may have a short or an ecm going bad. let us know what codes you find.

Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Trying to replace the knock sensor in my 2000

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SOURCE: 2002 Nissan Frontier Super charged has bad

the knock sensor on a 3.5L should be just under the exhaust ports on the right side of the engine if you're facing the side with the pulleys and crank(front) for the life of me, I cant remember if the engine is mounted longitudinally or tranversely in the frontiers.....lol. There should be a wire going to a small black thing thats just kind of there,... its really easy to miss. if you can, check the nissan forums or somewhere online the e-manual that should have the exact placement of it in diagrams.

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 05 nissan frontier engine noise just above 2000rpm

These engines have a problem with two of the timing chain tensioners, there are three of them. There is actually a service bulletin regarding this problem and updated parts. Unfortunately it is pretty difficult to get at these parts and it is not cheap to do the job. You can probably expect to pay up to $1200. for a dealership to do this job. They may try and help you a little considering the parts were faulty and have been updated but they are not obligated to legally. It is very important that you take care of this problem as the chains will eventually fail because of this problem and destroy the engine. Here is the number of the bulletin:

Reference: NTB07-042A
Date: April 17, 2009

ACTION:

1. Replace both secondary timing chains and both secondary timing chain tensioners with the ones from the Parts Information section of this bulletin.

2. Change the engine oil and filter.

Hope this helps,
Dave

If you want, google: "VQ timing chain"




Posted on Apr 08, 2010

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SOURCE: I need to replace the knock sensor in my 2000

it is located on the bottom section of engine, Just unplug it and it screws out fairly easy

Posted on Jun 14, 2010

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