Where is the knock sensor for a 93 cavalier located?
The knock sensor for the 1993 Chevy Cavalier is located in the back of the motor. It can also be located in the engine valve.
On the Ford Probe 93-97 GT's the knock sensor is located underneath the intake manifold. More specifically it is threaded into a fitting on the deck of the engine block in between the heads in the Valley. Shouldn't be too bad if your an experienced mechanic or a mechanically inclined individual. Hope this helps ya out, and good luck.
the knock sensor is a 1.5" round disk with a single wire connected to it. It is located on the bottom driver's side of the engine. Unscrew it from the block and be prepared with a large open-top drain pan to catch all the antifreeze from the block. Use teflon pipe tape on the new sensor to seal the threads.
The crank sensor is located on the back engine wall in the middle, just under the two coil packs (from where the spark plug wires come). There is a wire harness from the crank sensor to the module which holds the two coil pack. The crank sensor is held into the engine by a single bolt. To see all of this, you have to go under the car. I am having an intermittent no start…
Where is the iat intake air temperature sensor plug on a 93 Nissan 240sx Ive gotta put this racing chip in before Friday?
Depending on the year it could be in the distributor or by the crank's pulley. On 93-98 Honda passports with the 3.2l engine the crankshaft position sensor in located on the passenger side of the engine near the engine mount. 93-95s did not have the camshaft sensor though. that was added in 96 and is located on the d/s valve cover in the outside upper corner
It is a faulty knock sensor code. Either a sensor or the wiring has the problem. Most likely the car ran hot and it melted the sensor's plastic housing and it is not working now. Fix is very time consuming. You have to take the plenum out, intake manifold out and then you will have access to the knock sensors in the valley. good luck
93 Jeep Laredo crankshaft position sensor where is it located could this prevent no spark or no start?
If you are referring to the Crankshaft sensor, or crank angle sensor it is located on the passenger side of the engine compartment near the harmonic balancer. (For the 3.1 L) I have a 95 with a 3.1L and it had intermitant missing and starting problems. I replaced the crank position sensor (which was located behind the harmonic balancer) and the camshaft position sensor (located under the power steering pump) and it corrected the problem.
Why is Knock Sensor Code 34 continuously being triggered on a 93 Altima computer when you can reset it and it runs fine for a couple of weeks then it will trigger again and everything has been checked?
You need to replace that sensor, but it's not an easy job. I recommend to take you car to a specialist. Yes, replace the sensor. The a bad knock sensor will not immediately trip CEL until the vehicle has run through several cycles - hence the delay between clearing the computer and the light coming back on.
Knock sensors detect pre-ignition. (also called detonation, premature combustion) Which can occur due to over-advanced ignition timing, "bad gas", or underrated octane for the design of the car. Putting 89 octane fuel in a car that requres 93 octane will cause engine knock. As the engine vibrates, the Knock Sensor sends voltages back to the computer. The computer analyzes these voltages and determines if they meet a pattern that is equal to engine knock. If…
All Northstars have 2 crank sensors, there are located just to the side of the oil filter adapter & behind the front motor mount. I strongly you forget about figuring out which one is sensor A & which is sensor B. Replace both! 93-99 are the same part number for both sensors & are interchangeable. 2000+ have 2 different part numbers for each sensor & are not interchangeable with the 93-99 sensor.