It's on the side of the transmission, had 2 wires and looks like a little black cylinder.
The knock sesor is located, on your Isuzu 1290, at the front of the engine. The sensor screws into the engine. Wires connect the sensor to the senor light.
The speed sensor, on your Nissan, has a black cable. The speed sensor does not actually have any wires. The cable goes to the speedometer.
The coolant temperature sensor, on your 1999 Nissan, is located a few inches above the water pump. The sensor will have two wires going to it.
first of all, check all of your fuses. if that doesn't work, either replace the sensor on the transmission or the cluster in the dash. if that doesn't fix the problem, follow the wiring from the transmission all the way to the cluster, looking for breaks in the wires.
look down from the passenger front wheel toward the left its bolted to the transmission, usually gold in color, and has fat wires coming out of it.
The knock sensor is located in the valley between the cylinder heads underneath the intake manifold. If you look in on the driver's side, it's the little black sensor with wires coming out. The connector for it is by the front cylinder head (follow the wires). They say you have to remove the whole $%^&ing intake manifold at a labor rate of 4 hours to get at it. I've found posts where people say they've gotten it out with extensions and u joints. Good luck, the dealer wants $900
On the top rear of the transmission is a wire connector with 2 wires. That's the speed sensor. On the top rear of the transmission is a wire connector with 2 wires. That's the speed sensor.
disconnect the sensor from the wiring harness, removed the screw holding the sensor on, remove/replace and re-secure the screw and reconnect the wires.
Most knock sensors are located in the block on the firewall side. Should be the only sensor with two wires in the block. It will also have a camshaft position sensor as well. Hope that helps. I am not educated on Mazda engines.
this sensor sould be located on the inrake, look for your air box where the air filter is on the box or around it sould be a sensor on it you would notice by the wires cliping on to the sensor
Disconnect the battery. With the care safely raised, remove the two bolts holding the starter on. Disconnect the wires. Reverse the procedure to install the new starter.
A knock sensor tells the engine computer when one or more of your engine's cylinders are "knocking", that is, exploding the air/fuel mixture in a way that delivers less power and can be damaging to the engine if prolonged. The computer uses this information to tune the engine so that it doesn't knock. If your knock sensor wasn't operating properly, so that it was always indicating a knock, the engine computer's response may have been to change the ignition timing on your engine. The knock sensor generally threads into the engine block. This code may show up intermittently or the Service engine light may be lit constantly. You may notice drivability problems including a lack of power and perhaps some hesitation. There may also be other symptoms. * The knock sensor is faulty and needs to be replaced * There is a wiring short/fault in the knock sensor circuit * Check the resistance of the knock sensor (compare it to factory specs) * Check for broken/frayed wires leading to the sensor * Replace the knock sensor
unbolt the sensor when you pull it out you will see how it comes apart unbolt the sensor when you pull it out you will see how it comes apart unbolt the sensor when you pull it out you will see how it comes apart
back center of the block right above the oil pan it has 2 wires going to the one above it with one wire is the knock sensor
The knock sensor is just behind the intake manifold on the top of the engine. It is a few inches below the manifold and all you will see is a bolt with what looks like a very thick washer on it with wires coming out of it. The knock sensor appearance has been described as a small donut. Easiest to see while leaning over the left front fender using a flashlight.
Make your way to the front of the engine, remove the plastic v-belt cover from the power steering pump inlet, the sensor sits just above the crank pulley. There's a plastic plug with two wires which needs to be pulled out from the knock/crank sensor. Then use a small spanner to loosen the 2 screws on either side of the sensor.
Open hood , remove neg battery cable , remove intake hose , air filter box , remove throttle body and wires , water hoses that are connected to it , remove intake manifold , there are 2 sensors under the intake , one of them is the oil press switch , other one is the knock sensor , knock sensor is the one closest to the cylinder head
The wire that goes to the iat sensor is the red and black wire. the iat sensor is located on the air intake. The air intake is on the drivers side. There are five wires that are on the drivers side.
usually there is about a foot of wires coming out of the sensor and then there is a clip that connects to another set of wires
What color wires at the maf sensor belong to the iat sensor?
it should be located just to side of the harmonic ballancer.it will be a little box looking sensor with about 3 fins that ride in the grooves on the harmonic ballancer. as the ballancer rotates the sensor picks up readings from it. it has a couple of wires attached to the sensor also.
the iat sensor is on the air intake on the drivers side of the engine. it has 5 wires on it. the red/black and black are the two iat wires. My 2005 Titan has two black wires, 1 tan wire, 1white wire, 1Red w/white stripe wire. Now what?
Bad fuel, worn spark plugs or wires, dirty mass airflow sensor. Incorrect air/fuel ration, o2 sensor, knock sensor.