It is plastic and is clipped in so be careful. Hi I did finally get this work done. It will be easier to get at the spark plugs if you first drop in the spark plug socket, then insert the socket extension. I checked the codes and it read: P0330 Knock Sensor Bank 2 I reset the codes but they came back on a few mins later. I called 1A Auto to see if they would do something for me for the bad part they sold me, but they would not. However, I had already burned the transmission fluid when I didn't notice that it was still in third gear and I drove on the freeway for too long.
With the tailgate in the open position. Using a screwdriver, remove the inside handle bezel. I changed the sensors in my 99 rx300, long day! It cleared up my problems for me. A screwdriver or clamp is handy to help you do this. So when the car would not go into overdrive I thought I had transmission problems again. I have the same problem.
The back three plugs are much more difficult. The top of the caliper is held on by a pin and a bolt. After cracking the spark plugs loose you should be able to remove the socket wrench and using your fingers on the end of the extension unscrew the plugs. Using a screwdriver, remove the courtesy light, then disconnect the connector. Thanks Daniel The knock sensor detection is below the level of human hearing and will generally be corrected for, enrich the mixture, before you would hear it even so. There may also be other symptoms. Don't pry the light assembly off the bumper though, you'll break the plastic tabs and have to glue it back on.
The car was running back to normal. They said they can't check all of the wiring to the knock sensors because the intake manifold is in the way, can't disconnect the pigtails from the knock sensors. It is also difficult to remove the O 2 sensor from the exhaust system because it is mounted into an … exhaust hanger. Under the hood it will either just be in plain sight, or under a panel, probably with a plus and minus sign on it. I'm also only getting about 390 km on a full tank because it is reving high.
I will be replacing them with sensors I got from the dealer as soon as I have the time. Fits directly, this product allows easy installation. The instructions already provided for the '96 are very much on the mark. Looks like you are having the same problems with your car that I had with mine. Anyway, I am going to be doing mine this Friday.
As I mentioned tested it with an oscilloscope and the waveform matched what the service manual said it should be. First, loosen, but do not remove, the lug nuts on the rear wheels. AutoTrust Platinum provides a growing selection of low-priced switches, relays, and wiring components! I got the kock sensors from Rockauto. Car ran great for two days and then engine light came back on. I purchased two Denso sensors on Amazon and made sure they had the same markings as the original that came out of the car. I hate to have the knock sensors replaced if they really aren't bad.
After resetting the code, it would show back up after a mile or two, every time. You can then get your hand into… First, you need to find it. When the sensor fails, the engine advances it's timing to protect itself from detonation. If your wasn't operating properly, so that it was always indicating a knock, the engine computer's response may have been to change the ignition timing on your engine. I reset the code and drove the car for about 15 miles on the freeway, no code showed up.
Don't touch the bulb itself. Hello, You will have to remove the door trim to gain access to the bolts and connector. A screwdriver or clamp can help you achieve this. Symptoms You may notice drivability problems including a lack of power and perhaps some hesitation. The third one is Post- Catalytic converter and requires drivers seat removal to get at the electrical connector.
The sensors fit properly, and the connectors mated with each knock sensor correctly. Good luck and hope this helps. Now Advance Auto parts read the check engine light and code p1730 comes up as rev sensor. You need a 22mm… I did it last night and here are my steps. However, the other connector 4 pins did not mate properly. Using a screwdriver, remove the courtesy light, then disconnect the connector. Now simply repeat these steps in reverse order and you have yourself a new set of brake pads.