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
There is no "knock sensor" on a 4.0L engine
I don't believe a 1994 Ford Explorer has a knock sensor - OBD I / EEC IV system
The knock sensor are located in the valley between the cylinder heads on V6 and V8 engines V8s have two knock sensors
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 )
The first year of a knock sensor on a 4.0 liter OHV was 1996 ( OBD II / EEC V )
As far as I know , the 1994 Ford Explorer - 4.0 L - OHV engine does not have a knock sensor ( in 1996 when Ford went to OBD II / EEC - V the knock sensor was added on the 4.0 L - OHV engine )
No , as far as I know not until the 1996 Explorer with the OBD II / EEC V
Check the owner's manual.
it located under the transmission
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 )
For the exact location of the knock sensor, check your owners manual. There should be a diagram of the engine and all parts.
Ford did not start using knock sensors on the Ford Explorer engines until 1996, when they switched to the EEC-V system.
yes , the knock sensor makes the car move sluggish wen bad and so the owner want to accelerate more but the engine wont deliver, in these form the transmission can be affected
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 )
A bad knock sensor would illuminate the check engine light and allow the engine to ping (spark knock). The engine doesn't shift, the transmission shifts.
LS does not have a knock sensor. GSR does have a knock sensor
You can look up a knock sensor image on the internet. The device consists of a shunt resistor and a thread at one end which allows for it to be threaded into the block.
It's located outside the drivers door. First, you must determine who is knocking on your door. Then after that you can open the door to reveal the knock sensor or if it is a manual knock sensor roll down the window and simply say "Hello" to the knocker. Hope this helps.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but the engine wiring schematic in my Chilton repair manual for the 2.3 in a 1994 Ford Ranger does not show a knock sensor
The knock sensor detects spark knock or ping.
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that the knock sensor does