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Knock sensor is in the same location as it was before, in the intake. I checked the connectors before I put the new sensor in. Connections were good, but the knock sensor was bad. I do know that it can be physically adjusted, i tried this and it just pushed my RPMs higher. I turned my TPS so that it wouldn't open the throttle or keep it open, and it just sat at 2000 RPMs, so if i adjust the TPS to open the throttle, it pushes the RPMs higher. I have a Haynes Repair Manual sitting in my garage, didn't think they would have anything about a TPS, I'll look that up. Thanks! I have an EVAP something malfunction code, i believe its a P0450. Would that have anything to deal with a high idle? EVAP is dealing with fuel, right?
2001 Nissan Frontier XE 3.3L V6