The knock sensor is located in the engine "V" under the upper and lower intake manifolds, and under the coolant crossover pipe. It requires considerable disassembly to get to. If you have a code for the knock sensor, be advised that the knock sensor is probably NOT the problem. Many problems will set the code for the knock sensor because they share part of the circuit. There are two oxygen sensors, one at the front where the exhaust pipe comes down and turns toward the back, and one behind the second converter, under the passenger seat.
can you tell me where the knock sensor is located on a 3.3l mercury villager
the knock sensor is under intake, must remove intake and it is under two coolant lines.
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The knock sensor is located - are you ready for this? - in the valley of the engine under the intake manifolds. Both upper and lower manifolds must be removed to gain access.
It is under the intake manifold.
The knock sensor is under the intake manifold, which has to be removed. This should be left to an experienced mechanic.
1999 - 2002.
I payed $117.00 at auto zone
There's no need to replace knock sensors, and there was never a 3.6 engine.
the knock sensor monitors preignition,spark knock and sends signal to pcm,pcm responds by adjusting ignition timing and fuel timing until knock is gone.
It is under the intake manifold. Darn hard to get to and expensive to change.