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Old 06-06-2018, 10:26 PM   #1
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Question Torque for knock sensor

I am about to replace the bank 2 knock sensor (I have one in hand: ACD# 213-2829 GM# 12591312) what I want to be sure of is the torque setting I should use when I install it.


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Does the sensor head fit into the block and thread in, or does it slip in and have an attachment ear on the outside that takes a screw?

Finally found a pic.

Turn till stop, 5-7 lbs.
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It screws into the block;
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I found it shortly after posting.

Turn to stop, 5-7lbs.

It's basically a microphone, so go easy on it, lol!
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Thanks.



I had found 15ft/lbs for a Silverado and that sounded wrong.
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could be inch pounds not foot pounds
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