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SOURCE: knock sensor location

HI, click the link below to be directed to a full diagram that will show you the actual location of the sensor. 718 will be the actual sensor to extract and 739 is the mounting screw for the KS.

KNOCK SENSOR DIAGRAM

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SOURCE: where is knock sensor located on 2004 chevy 2500Hd

Under intake manifold on top of block,you need to remove intake to access sensors there are two of them you can't miss them when intake is off. After replacing sensors you need a new intake gasket.

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SOURCE: knock sensor for a 2003 chevy Z71 5.3 L

These sensors are quiet a problem. They are located under the intake and normally go off because the engine got washed sometimes the water will evaperate and the problem goes away but anymays the intakes gota come off there are 2 of them so i would recomend replacing both while ur at it

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There are 2 both located in the block..

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SOURCE: fuel filter for the chevy uplander

The fuel filter on this vehicle is located inside the fuel tank and is an integral part of the fuel pump module assembly. As such, it's not replaceable by itself and can only be serviced by replacing the entire pump module. It's a "lifetime" filter, in theory anyway, but it can plug up if there has been a large amount of crud that has gotten into the tank somehow. The best way to determine if the filter is restricted is to have the fuel pressure tested as part of a road test drive to see if the pressure remains steady [indicating a good pump and ok filter] or drops off [indicating a restricted filter or weak pump] Hope this helps!

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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