Knock Sensor Operation

Knock Sensor Operation Amazon Printed Books Amazon Kindle Edition Android APPs Explains the Knock Sensor Operation and Testing. The Knock sensor is a actual microphone screwed into the engine block. It is tuned to listen to the exact frequency of an engine knock, which is a high frequency ping. A failing knock sensor will cause all sorts of problems to engine operation, such as skewed timing controls, loss of performance and power and ever the system going to linp-in mode. Learn how it works and how to test this incredible component. (note: We allow all schools and training institutions to use our software free of charge, so long as it is not sold to others. You're encouraged to download our free automotive simulation software for more information. ************************************************************************************** Amazon Printed-Books & Kindle: Google Play Android APPs: Amazon Video DVDs: Barnes & Noble Nook: Apple iTunes iPad:

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