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Trying to replace the knox sensor but i cant locate it in the engine

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The knock sensor is located under the intake manifold in the cavity between the two engine banks. be sure to apply a layer of silicone or some sealant around the sensor after installing, this will keep water from gathering around it causing it to fail again.

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