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Need a location on 2000 impala 3800 series II knock sensor.

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they are located under the intake manifold, it takes two. they sit in a pint size cup hole. they tend to rust from engine WASH.

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There are two knock sensors one for each cylinder bank

Knock Sensor (Bank 1) (3.8L VIN K)On lower left side of engine, near starter.
Knock Sensor (Bank 2) (3.8L VIN K)On lower right side of engine. See Fig. 3



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IT IS IN THE SIDE OF THE ENGINE BLOCK, SCREWED INTO THE WATER JACKET OF THE BLOCK

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I don't have a diagram of where the starter is located but's easy to find. It's located above the frame between the radiator and the engine block. its bolted to the engine block just above the frame. It has two bolts holding iit in place. You will need a 15mm socket and extension to remove the bolts. There is a 13 mm nut that holds the battery cable to the starter. Than there is a smaller wire that is held into place with an8mm nut. There is also a plastic cover that is attached to the transmission that can be removed with a 10mm socket. Infact you will have to remove this cover first before trying to remove the 15mm bolts. oh yeah make sure you jack the car up so you can see everything from underneath. use jack stands.

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I recommend that you let the vehicle cool down before beginning this process. To remove this you will need a drip pan, as coolant will leak from the engine when the sensor is removed. You will need a deep well 22mm socket and torque wrench.

1. Jack up and support the vehicle on jack stands so that you can work from underneath the vehicle. Be sure to apply your emergency brake.
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