Link Knock Sensor with Loom #KNSB

“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 Knock Sensor prewired with loom, flying leads. Suitable to wire directly to Link ECU or use with the G4 Knocklink Visual Warning Light.


 

Link Knock Sensor with Loom #KNSB

  • Knock Sensor
  • Loom with flying leads