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Bypass my knock sensors

I need to bypass my knock sensors on a 2000 chevy silverrado 1500, how do I disconnect them

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SOURCE: how to replace the knock sensor on a 1999 chevy

The knock sensor is llocated on the left side of the engine block and is a single wire connector. Disconnect the wire and simply unscrew the sensor. Don't worry. There will be no fluid leaking. No tricks.

Posted on Mar 25, 2010

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