Question about 1999 Subaru Legacy
I had a diagnostic done on my 99 legacy and it said the knock sensor is bad. If there is no knock sensor then why would it say it is bad and why does Auto Zone and Advanced Auto both sell them? And if your looking for the locatin it is under the throttel body to identifiy it look for the white end on the conector. They are also suposed to be very hard to get to. Good luck
You can replace them, I assume they are very expensive, I did a toyota avalon once, since it was a V6 it sits in that V6 valley. It was hell trying to get to. The parts was very expensive for a pair of piezo crystals, which is what a knock sensor is. They are almost like those little piezo element for tweeters that you can buy for 5 bucks. LOL
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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