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In changing the knock sensors on 2000 suburban ,

Do you have to replace any gaskets and if so witch ones

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  • franklintrey Jul 27, 2009

    not head gaskets but intake gaskets and any other. what Im tring to find out is what all Im going to need to do the job.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    1st the number of knock sensors I have replaced in 25 years is zero, it is most likely sensing an actual engine knock, the knock sensor is in the engine block water jacket, no gaskets to replace but u will need to drain the cooling system including the engine block, also the new knock sensor must be torqued EXACTLY AS SPECIFIED OR IT WILL GENERATE ANOTHER CODE.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    why do u think the head gaskets have anything to do with the kock sensors, explain?

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If you have a 5.3 or a 6.0L engine the knock sensors ( 2 ) are under the intake manifold. You will need a set of intake manifold gaskets.

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