I have to assume on your 1996 that it is in the same area. When speeding at 60 mph the Check Engine Light comes on, driving locally light goes out. I had to replace the knock sensor because it was cracked; bennyb53 is correct, it is located underneath the intake manifold and it's kind of tricky to replace. I would like to replace these myself if it is possible. Many of the items that are checked can be done much faster and more accurately with the live data stream these scan tools allow access to. The second indication is the pinging noise from the engine. I reconnected the battery and the car has been running fine with no warning lights.
Spark plugs typically need to be replaced every season or 25 hours of use. If your spark plugs look good, problems with your ignition system can also preventing a spark. If it's got wheels, treads, floats, flies, or has an engine you're good to go. I also did not have a torque wrench so tightened the sensor to about 50% of the pressure I would put on a spark plug. This will cause a knocking noise. I also emptied the old gas and filled up on 91 chevron plus added some of the injector cleaner fluid and drove on that for about 5 miles for it to go thru and get the old gas out of the system. After an hour and lots of cramp, swearing and cups of tea, it finally played ball.
How does a mechanic diagnose the P0325 code? Those who continually cause issue will be removed 2a One Incident per Thread. Now don't ask yourself; What should you do with P0325 code? There is a 10mm bolt that holds it in place. Please read the on the subject for details. For 2 wire sensors, connect the leads to both wires from the connector. I also chose to use a shifting spanner as I did not have a ring or open face spanner. I used this job as an excuse to treat myself to a lovely , which was a pleasure to use.
This code may be seen with other knock sensor codes and lean condition codes. Click here to show thanks, and help support Fixbook: Click this link to Subscribe: I, Jordan, assume no liability for anything you choose to do to your car, before, or after watching one of my videos, including this one. I would start off by having a local garage do a fuel system cleaning, because it could just be a bit of carbon build up. Locate the knock sensor subharness connector. For the really serious codes, the light will be on all the time, even if it was an intermittent problem and it is not acting up now. If still no problem is found the wire between the computer and the knock sensor must be checked for opens or grounds.
On my way home the engine light came on again as i expected but i decided not to go back to honda. They only indicate the circuit or system that needs further diagnosis, or the unacceptable operating condition. My issue has been intermittent with the light coming on under inconsistent situations. Check before buying a code reader if you want to use it on an imported car! In this and in most cases it was not within specifications. I still have same problem. If there is no response, then you need to replace the knock sensor, or the wiring between the connector where the meter is attached and the knock sensor.
This generally indicates an electrical fault related to the Knock Sensor, either with the sensor itself or with the connection between the sensor and the engine controller. In my mind I have a feeling if the check engine light is connected to my timing belt replacement. If it does then great ,simply remove the bolt and use the subharness to pull the knock sensor up and out. What are the common causes of code P0325? So you should chech it on our car models. Yes and no, depending on your patience, dexterity and the size of your hands.
For the lowest level, the light never turns on. So, begin your diagnosis by visually inspecting the sensor and its connection. Be patient and very gentle as it will be a 3 hour mistake. The only way to even know the code is there is to read them. When the light goes off while driving, it is an intermittent problem and it is not acting up at that time. You should see a reading of about 12 volts indicating a good ground.
The sensor is attached to the cylinder block, cylinder head or intake manifold. Then it went off…then it came back on again…then it went off again. The sensor is attached to the cylinder block, cylinder head or intake manifold. Keep discussion friendly, civil, courteous, and professional. I would highly recommend not trying this as it makes the job so much more difficult twice the time at least.
Hint: this test can also be performed by monitoring the ignition timing on a instead of using a timing light. In some cases, however, an illuminated check engine light will be the only symptom. All posts without this information may be subject to being removed. This isnt a place to post your youtube channel 5 Mark Solved. Select one of the options below to filter by 'Solved' or 'Unsolved' posts. Connect a timing light to the vehicle and start the engine.
Use the 'All Posts' button to return to the default view. Spark plugs typically need to be replaced every season or 25 hours of use. But in many cases, it means at minimum that you'll be visiting the car dealer to locate the malfunction and get the light turned off. No intentionally bad, harmful, or deceptive advice. If not, you have a problem with the sensor or its circuit. Take a pic and compare. Common mistakes when diagnosing the P0325 code With any code, even the most experienced technician can make simple mistakes and overlook the basics if they do not follow all of the diagnostic steps or do not complete them in order.