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How to change/troubleshoot knock sensor

How do you troubleshoot and change a knock sensor on a 95 silverado 5.7 liter v8.

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If your vehicle has the 5.2 liter,aka 318 cubic inch engine,there is only one transmission model applicable and it is the 42 RE which used to be designated the A500.It is a 4speed overdrive transmission.If installing a rebuilt trans and new remanufactured dry torque convertor.You add 4 quarts initially,then fire the engine and add another 5-6 quarts for a total capacity of 9-10 quarts.Fluid level is checked with the trans in Neutral.If you are only dropping the pan,you will replace roughly 4 quarts.The transfer case fills separately,but uses the same automatic transmission fluid.Capacity for the transfer case is about 2 quarts/fill to the bottom of the fill plug hole.Good luck.

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UNDER THE HOOD IS A DIAGRAM OF HOW THE BELT IS ROUTED. TAKE NOTE OF THE WHITE STICKER ON THE FAN SCHROUD, JUST ABOVE THE FAN. THE TENSIONER PULLEY IS THE ONE YOU NEED TO ROTATE IN ORDER TO RELEASE THE TENSION ON THE BELT FOR REMOVAL. USING A 15 OR 16 MM SOCKET, ROTATE THE TENSIONER UNTIL YOU RELIEVE THE TENSION AND SLIDE THE BELT OFF ONE OF THE SMOOTH PULLEYS. THEN RELEASE THE RATCHET EASY SO IT DOESN'T SPRING BACK UP. UNRAVEL THE BELT AND INSTALL THE NEW ONE USING THE DIAGRAM. JUST A HINT: IF THE PULLEY HAS RIDGES THEN THE BELT HAS TO BE ON THE RIDGED SIDE OF THE BELT, IF IT HAS A SMOOTH PULLEY, THEN IT RIDES ON THE OUTSIDE OF THE BELT. WHEN YOU ALMOST HAVE THE BELT ON THE LAST PULLEY, ROTATE THE TENSIONER AGAIN AND SLIDE THE BELT ON THE LAST PULLEY. IT HELPS IF THE LAST PULLEY IS A SMOOTH ONE. HOPE THIS HELPS ENOUGH TO FINISH THE JOB. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. THANKS FOR AN HONEST RATING AND FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK.

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SOURCE: knock sensor on 2001 chevy silverado

on the 4.3l version the knock sensor is on the back left side of the engine right by the bell housing. on the bigger engines they are below the intake manifold in the engine valley

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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The knock sensor is located under the the intake manifold in the valley cover.

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Its under the intake (under the plastic part) theres two of them the one toward the cab is #2 the one toward the grille is#1 check your code.

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