KNOCK (DETONATION) SENSOR LOCATION, NEED DIAGRAM PLEASE
1990 Oldsmobile Delta 88 • 201,107 miles
3.8L V6 Olds 88 Royale Brougham. OE manual nor Chiltons manual shows the location of this part and I cant locate it.
September 30, 2011.
September 30, 2011.
I found that one in Chiltons guide. I found another diagram telling me that is the EOP Sensor and that it is actually under the exhaust manifold. I still am completly lost on it. I mis old cars before these computers.
The figure I sent you was the knock sensor. I have replaced many of them. Replace the connector as well as they are a common failure. Why are you replacing it?
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Not yet I am trying to find the pig tail and with the rain I cant exactly crawl under my car to werk on it. Not a single parts store around here carries the pig tail for that sensor I am trying to locate it through other means. (My buddies shop.) Just need an oe part number and chevy dosent want to give me one.
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