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The knock sensor is located on the top of the engine block almost hidden from view by the intake manifold. It is almost directly below the spot where your throttle cable connects. It will have a bolt running right through the middle of it and a single wire coming out of it.

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Here you go:

2.5L Engine To Remove:
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  2. Remove the air cleaner housing.
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