Link Knock Sensor (KNS)

“Knocking” occurs when the air-fuel mixture self-ignites prematurely. Sustained knocking causes damage primarily to the cylinder head gasket and cylinder head. The knock sensor identifies the high-frequency engine vibrations characteristic of knocking and transmits a signal to the ECU. The aim is to obtain the maximum energy yield by starting ignition as early as possible. Engines with a knock sensor can reduce fuel consumption and increase torque.


Donut style
8mm hole
Includes plug and pin kit


 

Link Knock Sensor (KNS)

  • Knock Sensor
  • Plug and Pin Kit

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