INSTRUCTIONS Knock Sensor Knock Sensor Safety Knock sensors are located on the engine in locations that can get very hot. Ensure that the vehicle has cooled to a safe level before attempting to renew the sensor. Removal Please Read These First These instructions are intended as a guide only and are not a substitute for a workshop manual. The fitter must have a degree of mechanical competence. If you are in any doubt as to your ability to fit the part, do not undertake the job. Disconnect battery:Disconnect the sensor’s electrical connection:Unclip the sensor’s wiring loom as necessary:Unscrew locating fixings and remove the sensor. Note Check the electrical connector for signs of corrosion/damage Fitting the new sensor For more Technical Tips and to register your warranty online visit www.smpe.co.uk Ensure that the sensor’s mating surface is clean and free from corrosion, this is a common failure point. Refit new sensor, tighten to original factory torque settings, do not overtighten. Do not use thread lock/lubricant Route the wire in its original position, ensure that it will not foul any moving parts and that it is routed away from any high tension electrical wires and resecure the wiring loom. Reconnect the sensor. Reconnect the battery. Contact technical sales on 01527 839307 www.smpe.co.uk Follow the procedure outlined in your vehicle’s service manual to clear any fault codes that may have been set (you may need to use a fault code reader or specialist equipment). Failure PTO SMPKNS01 /1 to do this may cause the computer to register a fault and stay in “limp home” mode which may damage the catalytic converter and other emission devices.
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