That year vehicle has a carburetor and does not use a knock sensor.
Yes, you should always run your vehicle with its Knock sensor.
you: knock, knock, them: whos there? you: tolet them:tolet who you: flush
That depends on which vehicle. Some have more than one.
I started to knock on the door. I will knock before I open the door.
it is a silent letter
if a knock gos bad can your car go off
Knock sensor = CKP sensor on this vehicle.
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There is two knock sensors on this engine, one is on the engine block closest to the firewall below the spark plugs, the other one is on the opposite side of the engine block closest to the front of the vehicle beside the oil filter.
That's what the front door is for; for visitors. No 'decision' for permission is required. Your door-bell and your knocker is the invitation; even for strangers. Even if there's neither a door-bell or a knocker, anyone can come to your front door and knock. Even the police can come to your door, and have to knock or ring the bell to present you with a search warrant; or with a summons.
yes they knock you out and make you appear in front of your house(it happened to me before) p.s. tray to catch it as they are rare
If somebody knocks on the front door of the Subaru, the KNOCK sensor, sets off the KNOCK Alarm....LOL
The knock sensor is located on the front (radiator) side of the engine block above the oil filter The knock sensor is located on the front (radiator) side of the engine block above the oil filter
The knock sensor, in your 1997 Chevrolet Lumina, can be found on the front of the engine. The knock sensor is near the top of the engine.
The knock sensor on that vehicle is located under the intake manifold. The intake manifold must be removed to gain access to the knock sensor.
knock sensor location is under the intake manifold you have to remove intake their is two knock sensors front and rear
Maybe your not close to anyone. Or maybe not very many people in your neiborhood celebrates it.
the knock sensors 1 and or front and back are locaded under the intake
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As you did not say which vehicle this can only be a general answer Unlikely that a faulty coil would cause an engine to knock. Very possible it would cause bucking, if the coil is failing there would be a lack of spark. This would cause bucking/missfire, which may cause the engine to shake on it's mountings possibly causing a knock from contact with the vehicle frame.
You shouldn't have to - the knock sensor is supposed to adjust the timing automatically. If the vehicle is mistimed, you might need to replace the knock sensor.
front of engine neat oil filter