Knock sensorThe knock sensor for a 1996 Nissan Altima is located on the backside of the block above the oil filter.But before you go and change it out, run a tank of the best/hightest rated gas you can find and see if that fixes the problem. On my 1995 the Knock sensor is located under the plenum and intake manifold on top of the middle of the block.
I don't think it has a knock sensor ( I know that the 4.0 liter V6 engine in my 1995 Ford Explorer doesn't have a knock sensor )
there is no knock sensor on 4.9l V8 motors
No it does not
near the oilpan, on the side of the motor, towards the bottom.
Behind the motor and down about 2 inches.
its located under the head on the drivers side you can buy the wire separate 25 bucks the head has to be removed
It is located on the engine block on the opposite side of the exhaust manifold to the right of the starter unit.
The circuit 1 knock sensor would be located on the lower right side of the engine block (passenger side). You will need to drain the coolant from the radiator and be prepared for the passenger side of the block to drain coolant when the knock sensor is removed. After you disconnect the electrical connection to the knock sensor, the knock sensor simply unthreads from the block counterclockwise. Apply a thread sealant to the threads of the new sensor and install, no need to over tighten, this is a tapered pipe thread.
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle, you can make copies of the right sections :)
It doesn't have a knock sensor on the 4.0 L OHV in a 1993 Ranger ( my 1995 Ford Explorer 4.0 L OHV engine doesn't have a knock sensor either )
there are two wires
The 1995 Nissan: temperature sensor is located on the front of the engine. The coolant temperature sensor will be near the thermostat housing.
As far as I know it doesn't have a knock sensor , my 1995 doesn't have one according to the engine wiring schematic in my Haynes book ( I believe in 1996 with the EEC- V system , the 4.0 L - OHV has a knock sensor )
on the firewall side of the engine below the intake.
The coolant level sensor is located in the coolant reservoir tank. It should just screw or press in. Unplug it, remove it and put a new one in.
It is screwed into the passenger side of the engine block between the starter and motor mount. You will have to get under the truck to be able to see it
where is the speed sensor located on a 1995 Honda lx accord, 4 cyl where is the speed sensor located on a 1995 Honda lx accord, 4 cyl
the 1995 and before 3.0L's only have the sensor in the distributor. No crank sensor.
The knock sensor is on the back of the block. If you're looking from under the car it's above the oil filter. It is between the oil filter and the intake manifold.
I believe the knock sensor is housed at the top of the oil pump. It should be visibly located under the alternator. It's wire should share the same main cable routing as the oil pressure sending unit which is just above the knock sensor and under the left side of the alternator when standing in front of the car. Nothing posotive here, don't quote me
I drive a 1995 Ford Explorer and as far as I know it doesn't have a knock sensor My Haynes repair manual engine wiring schematic shows a knock sensor on the 1996 Ford Explorer - OBD II / EEC V system
passenger side of the engine, near the starter, screwed into the block
A 95 did not have IAT sensor
There is no cam sensor on the 1995 year engine. GM. did not use a cam sensor on that year.