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Where is the knock sensor fuse located?

Open the main Fuse Box (located under the hood on the driver's side).

Will an engine run without a knock sensor?

Yes you can run with out a knock sensor without any problems if you are driving carefully. A bad knock sensor may also not let the engine accelerate properly while driving on the highway, and cause the vehicle to lose fuel mileage.

Can I bypass a knock sensor?

Your knock sensor is an electrical device on your truck, car or Sport Utility vehicle that detects knocks in your engine caused by premature detonation of the air-fuel mixture as it enters the cylinder head. If you ever need to bypass your knock sensors, the most direct way of doing so is to simply disconnect them.

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Can a bad knock sensor cause rough idle?

A knock sensor causing engine shaking or rough idle often results in a service engine light or code warning. The driver can check against factory code lists for that particular vehicle to confirm the cause, then inspect the knock sensor for proper resistance, replacing it if necessary.

How do you test a new knock sensor?

Clip the multimeter lead to the knock sensor; connect the negative multimeter lead to a ground point, such as the negative battery terminal. Continuity should exist, and the multimeter should read more than 10 ohms. If there is no continuity, the sensor should be replaced.

Is it easy to replace a knock sensor?

Wow, you hit the bad-news jackpot, William. The knock sensor is a complete pain in the tailgate to replace. You have to remove the air plenum, the intake manifold, the timing belt and lots of other stuff to get at it.

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