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.
September, 30, 2011 AT 8:48 PM
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?
September, 30, 2011 AT 11:02 PM
Failed smog high HC count and NO2 was high as well, found out there is a miss fire after plugs and wires were done. Used correct AC Delco plugs, I prefer oe parts, and wires. No check engingine light but checked codes and got code 39. It is one of three things the only one that makes sense is the knock sensor.
September, 30, 2011 AT 11:28 PM
What is the eop sensor?
October, 4, 2011 AT 5:47 PM
No Clue what th3e eop sensor is its just on this other diagram I found.
October, 4, 2011 AT 5:50 PM
Did you replace the knock sensor?
October, 4, 2011 AT 9:02 PM
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.