where is knock sensor 1 located on a 2009 camry

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Asked by Dec 04, 2014 at 05:00 PM about the 2009 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

According to the dealer a mouse chewed through the wire on my knock sensor.  I am
wondering the location and if I can repair this myself.

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both or just one

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. Knock sensor is located on side of cylinder block, just below intake manifold. See Fig. 10. 2. Service information is not available from manufacturer. It may be necessary to remove engine with transaxle to gain access for removal of intake manifold. For engine removal, see appropriate article in ENGINES. 3. It may be necessary to remove intake manifold for access to knock sensor. Use Oil Pressure Switch Socket (SST 09816 30010), or equivalent, when servicing knock sensor. 4. Tighten knock sensor and intake manifold bolts/nuts (if removed) to specification

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Sensor 1 according to the code.

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Front no 1 is front sensor

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The is sold as a little harness behind. Intake schould not be expensive But look like your going to need a lift only way top is intake off alota Work that how much do they want to replace the small harness

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They want $700 to replace it.

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