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.
Where is the Knock Sensor located on a 1996 Oldsmobile Aurora?
The knock sensor is located on the side of the engine block near the bellhousing
Is inside the distributor
The knock sensor for a 1996 200sx is located on the passenger side of the engine. It is located under the intake manifold.
The knock sensor is located on the firewall side of the engine. Exactly in the center of the engine and its held on by an 10 mm bolt. But to replace it you must pull the engine half way out. I have the same problem with my 95 Altima. Its to far away to get it from the bottom, and blocked by a lot of stuff from the topside. If you happen to get it loose, the bolt hits a metal water pipe, so the sensor is still cinnected to the engine.
how you can remove the knock sensor from a 1996 Nissan pathfinder i need a picture
The knock sensor is underneath the intake manifold on the rear of the engine. If you got an engine check code from Autozone or some other goof ball company like that go and get a full tank of the highest quality gas and see if that fixes the problem.
You can find a 1996 Nissan Pathfinder knock sensor picture in most auto repair manuals. Most Nissan dealerships repair centers will provide you with a picture of the sensor.
The first year of a knock sensor on a 4.0 liter OHV was 1996 ( OBD II / EEC V )
what part of motor is the knock sensor located on 1996 Chevy S-10 4 cyl. passenger side of engine block
The knock sensor is on the starter side of the engine. It is abut half way between front and back.
under the intake manifold
It is located on the side of the engine block. If you have a code for a knock sensor and you have a noise in the engine, it will set the code. That does not mean that the sensor is bad. They very rarely give problems.
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 )
The engine size is needed to answer your question.
It is a nonservicable part, just replace it.
It is underneath the intake manifold. If you look straight down from your throttle body, you will see a sensor with one wire coming out and a bolt going through the middle of it, that is the knock sensor.
It is screewed into the side of the engine over by the starter.
4.3L, behind engine, on top,
The knock sensor on Nissan 300ZX non-turbo from 1990 thru 1996 is located below the lower intake manifold on the rear of the engine block. To replace the knock sensor the upper and lower intake manifolds need to be removed. It is always best to replace the knock sensor with a new one considering its major dissasembly.
The "knock sensors" for the Avalon 3.0 are facing the firewall on the engine block just below the cylinder head ,their are two knock sensors .
Follow the front wire on the distributor and it will lead to the crank shaft position sensor. hope this helps..
Could be the knock sensor.