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Old 09-15-2017, 06:23 PM   #1
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2006 Winnebago sightseer 34A knock sensor part number

Hi, anyone by any chance know the part number for GM Knock sensor.. ?

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Old 09-16-2017, 03:44 AM   #2
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Hi, anyone by any chance know the part number for GM Knock sensor.. ?

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Which engine and chassis?

Plz update the signature portion on your profile page to include this info
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Which engine and chassis?

Plz update the signature portion on your profile page to include this info
W-22..
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Winnebago didn't build the chassis and they will not/do not have the part. Your best bet is your local NAPA store.
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Winnebago didn't build the chassis and they will not/do not have the part. Your best bet is your local NAPA store.
NAPA parts won't work. First place I took the rv they put NAPA part and I have been problem since. blindhanger had the same issue and when he put real gm part issue went away..
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Winnebago didn't build the chassis and they will not/do not have the part. Your best bet is your local NAPA store.
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NAPA parts won't work. First place I took the rv they put NAPA part and I have been problem since. blindhanger had the same issue and when he put real gm part issue went away..
You still have not updated your signature on your profile page.

Check OEMY'S website under "w" parts for knock sensor part numbers.
I just now counted 10 different part numbers listed. U just gotta pick the right one then find it for sale somewhere.
You might try emailing OEMY.
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Ims the proper torque is imperative when installing the sensor, other than that it is easy to replace.
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You still have not updated your signature on your profile page.

Check OEMY'S website under "w" parts for knock sensor part numbers.
I just now counted 10 different part numbers listed. U just gotta pick the right one then find it for sale somewhere.
You might try emailing OEMY.
He even sells parts, usually the right ones.
Oemy is a sometime sponsor of this forum.
Ims the proper torque is imperative when installing the sensor, other than that it is easy to replace.
I got the part and I found the number online but wanted to make sure. And I heard it is very important to tighten them to spec have to be careful not to damage the Crystal inside.
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Well I installed the original GM Knock sensor and so far after 230+ miles no check engine lights... If only the shop in California which changed it, put the part I paid for not an after market part.
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Well I installed the original GM Knock sensor and so far after 230+ miles no check engine lights... If only the shop in California which changed it, put the part I paid for not an after market part.
Avoid these guys at All Wheel Truck & Auto and RV in Redding California.
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