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Knock Sensor

Knock Sensor

Two KSs are fitted. They are on the cylinder block, one close to the 2nd cylinder and one close to the 4th cylinder.

When fitting, adhere strictly to the specified tightening torque, otherwise the KS will not work properly.

If the signal from one or both KS is implausible or absent, knock control is deactivated. The PCM switches to an ignition map that is further away from the knock limit. As a result, engine damage caused by combustion knock is avoided. If a fault occurs, a fault code is stored in the error memory of the PCM.

Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor

Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor

If one or both CMP sensors fail, a fault is saved in the error memory of the PCM and the camshaft adjustment and knock control are deactivated.

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