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Common Engine Knock Causes

Engine knock or detonation is the leading cause of engine damage for most performance vehicles. It's an inconsistent and improper ignition of the mixture...

Testing your Honda S2000 Knock Sensor

The S2000 knock sensor in your Honda is primarily responsible for monitoring engine knock or detonation. It's a big part of your Honda EFI system...

What is Engine Knock

Engine knock is also known as pre-ignition or detonation. There's several common reasons what cause knock in your engine. When your engine is running,...

How To Test a Mitsubishi Eclipse Knock Sensor

When you are having a problem with your Mitsubishi Eclipse knock sensor, you can use our handy How To Guide to test it. The...

DTC P0325 – How To Change a Honda Accord Knock Sensor

The knock sensor in your Honda Accord is responsible for informing your Honda ECU of knock, or engine detonation. Detonation occurs in an engine...

DTC P0330 – How To Replace a 2JZ Knock Sensor

The knock sensor in your vehicle informs your ECU of dangerous detonation or pre-ignition, conditions that could severely damage your engine. Detonation occurs when something...

DTC P0325 – How To Replace a VQ35 Knock Sensor

OBDII trouble code P0325 indicates an issue with your Nissan or Infiniti knock sensor, or knock sensor wiring. The specific language for the P0325...

How to Build a Knock LED

Engine knock otherwise known as detonation can happen due to many possible reasons, from age of components, fuel injector or filter problems, to ignition...

DTC P0327 – How To Replace Your Knock Sensor

The OBDII Trouble Code P0327 / P0328 has to do with the knock sensor in your vehicle, and without this vital information your PCM...

How to Customize your engine bay

Attend any car show and one of the biggest head turners is the engine bay. There are literally thousands of different types of engine...

Popular FAQ

How To Adjust Automatic Choke

The automatic choke is part of your carburetor and is responsible for enrichening the engine upon startup. The choke is there to block incoming...

How To Test a Ford Escort TPS Sensor

Your Ford Escort TPS sensor is how your ECU knows how much your throttle body or throttle blade is opened. When the 2.0 liter...

How To Fix a Clicking Starter

Whatever can go wrong will go wrong. I'm pretty sure I've heard someone important say that before and in the case of starter problems...

How To Fuel Pressure Regulator Troubleshooting

Whether your car is modified or not, fuel problems can be a headache to handle. Although there are many cases when your fuel pump...

How To Test Drive your ABS

The anti-lock brakes (ABS) are a part of your car that you rarely ever think about, but it's probably your car's most important feature. As...

How To Reset the SRS Light in a Infiniti I35

The Safety Restraint System in your Infiniti I35 is designed to keep you and your passengers safe in the event of a collision. The...

How To Test a Honda Civic Clutch Pressure Solenoid

The Honda Civic Clutch Pressure Solenoid in your 2001+ Honda is responsible for disengaging and engaging your automatic transmission. Some common problems when this...

Nuts and Bolts – How To Read Bolt Grades

Most car guys will remove, install and replace bolts many times and never look at bolt grades. After all, if it's not broke why...