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paulcanning69
post 12th August 2007 14:54
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I'm sure the bottom right is the crank sensor and the left is the knock sensor. Am I right?

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post 12th August 2007 14:57
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post 12th August 2007 20:49
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I've never heard of a knock sensor, what is it's purpose?

Apart from detecting knocks before some wag posts that!
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post 12th August 2007 21:05
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it sends a signal to the ecu I.E "pinking" the fuel mixture is wrong and the sensor picks up the vibrations and sends it to the ECU to correct etc
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