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Knock sensor I have a 2001 Chevy 1500HD, and I just changed the knock sensors, and within 100 miles they have failed again. What can I do to correct this when I put the new ones in this time?

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Buy the sensor from the dealer. Aftermarket parts will give you headaches.

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