Thanks Wizdom, for the pics. You might want to take the time to remove the egr valve and clean everything out. You won't get a better opportunity. Looking forward to pics with the lower half out.
I've already replaced the spark plugs a few months ago when I did an oil change. It wasn't that hard at all with a couple of swivels and extensions.prolly be a good opportunity to change that plug #6 too..
Nope, it was on there nice and tight. Before I started tearing everything apart, I tried to see if I could reach my hand underneath to remove the plug but I couldn't get any leverage to snap it loose.No clip on the connector? Just push on?
Any corrosion or looseness to the plug???
why did you tear it down that far if you're relocating??Mine is an '03
Goes to these 2 pin locations on the gray connector.
Read the first post.why did you tear it down that far if you're relocating??
oh yeah. :nana:Read the first post.
oh yeah. :nana:
this started me thinking.
can you check the resistance on the knock sensor with it bolted in place? you should have 500k to 620K between pin 1 and ground.
I cant imagine we (gen 1 owners) have a 100% failure rate on the knock sensor. I think its a corrosion issue between the steel block and the fastener or knock sensor material.