Can i relocate a knock sensor? If yes where should i put it?


Asked by leo_ran Mar 21, 2013 at 12:48 PM about the 2000 Infiniti G20 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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No. It must be installed where it belongs.

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on the right side in the valley between the heads, under the intake manifold

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why would someone want to do this then simply backin' the timing a few degrees? seems loco....weeeooweeeooo

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henry finally condensed my accounts but needed an s to make it happen...not a tiny little guy, with tiny little reputation anymore...snap it into gear now...get a few questions answered correctly and make us proud!

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'bout time eh?


no but I bet if you smothered it with a heat resistant silicone it would impair the shock and do your need


I would suspect that Leo-ran had a bad knock sensor and doesn't want to go under the manifold to replace it.

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