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Code p0327 Po327 don't know what code is dat just that my check e genie light is on

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This trouble code has to do with the knock sensor on your vehicle. Lower votage is detected by the vehicles computer. If you need further information, you can reply here or feel free to email me directly at csautomotivecars@att.net and I'll be happy to try and help.

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Why is error code p0327


Code P0327 indicates that the readings from the #1 Knock Sensor circuit are too low, is outside of its operational window and malfunctioning. Symptoms
  • Check Engine Light will illuminate
  • Engine pings on accelration
  • Engine may be running hotter or colder than normal
  • In rare cases, the engine may not exhibit noticeable symptoms
Common Problems That Trigger the P0327 Code
  • Defective Knock Sensor
  • Defective Knock Sensor Circuit or connections
  • Defective EGR System
  • Malfunctioning Cooling System
  • Rich air/fuel ratio
Common Misdiagnosis
  • Knock Sensor replaced when cause of code P0327 was a cooling system problem
  • Knock Sensor replaced when cause of code P0327 was an EGR system malfunction

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What be the most common thing wrong with the car for it to have the code p0440


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I am getting a po327 code for a knock seneor 1 circuit low input (bank1) on my gmc 2500hd would like to know where it is located and how to go about fixing it


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I have a 2003 MPV with trouble code PO327 and PO431. What do these mean? Thank you.


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