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New Knock Sensor for Honda Accord Prelude Civic


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  • The drastic shocking caused by the following reasons: ignite too early ,the exhaust circulation is bad,the Low standard fuel will lead to damaged of the engine. The knock sensor provides knock signal to the computer, which makes the computer re-adjust the ignition timing to prevent further knock. In fact,they play a role in oxygen sensor to feedback control loop ignition timing
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ASINB0095RSHF4
Best Sellers Rank #37,702 in Electronics (See top 100)
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Date First AvailableSeptember 4, 2012
  
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Automobile engines are complicated machines. They require a multitude of belts, fluids, moving parts and chain reactions all occurring in the correct timing and rhythm for your car to run efficiently. If one device fails or if a part doesn't move at the precise time it needs to, the car may not run correctly or the engine may be damaged. One of the components that is vital to your car running properly is the knock sensor.

Function
The knock sensor is a listening device located inside the engine near the intake manifold or the pistons that is designed to detect pressure inside the engine. The vibrations that it records as a result of this pressure are converted into voltage and sent to the car's engine control unit (ECU). This is to prevent detonation in the engine when the fuel/air mixture explodes too quickly and causes engine knock or "pinging." The ECU takes the information provided by the knock sensor and adjusts the ignition timing to the engine.

. Work with:
2003 Honda Civic
2002 Honda Accord
2002 Honda Civic
2001 Honda Accord
2001 Honda Prelude
2000 Honda Accord
2000 Honda Prelude
1999 Acura CL
1999 Honda Accord
1999 Honda Prelude
1999 Isuzu Oasis
1998 Acura CL
1998 Honda Accord
1998 Honda Odyssey
1998 Honda Prelude
1997 Honda Prelude
1997 Isuzu Oasis

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Theodore Wilson on August 12, 2013
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When I first changed it, my car ran great, but the sensor went our after two weeks. Going to have to replace it soon.
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By Rafael vidal on May 27, 2014
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This item didn't last 24hrs after I installed it. It's made of really cheap material. Broke In my hand. For the prize didn't bother returning.
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By The Scrivener on February 21, 2014
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This is the second one of these cheap sensors I have tried, and I'm 0/2. The first one trips the KS CEL code *and* the engine pings noticeably. The second one doesn't ping, but *still* trips the CEL. Two duds and counting. (F23A1, USDM Accord '99)
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By Kink on February 4, 2014
This sensor only worked for about one month before failing. I am still likely to buy one again and try again, because hey, the price is so low compared to a "real" one that if I get lucky and get one that doesn't fail after a month then I'll have saved some cash.
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