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Knocker sensor, can't find it, where is it?? I pulled off the intake manifold and it said it would be under there, but its not. Any suggestions??

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Do not ever change a kncok sensor. won't fix anything.

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Posted on Feb 13, 2011

  • Sandybaby681 Apr 26, 2012

    So what did u do to fix the problem ?

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