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Old 03-12-10, 05:30 AM   #1
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I know this may be trivial, but does anyone have a pic of exactly where the knock sensor is located? My tuner asked me to check the torque on it, and I haven't ever had to look for it before. When I look at the STi shop manual, it just points to somewhere around the middle of the intake.

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Should be there.

Also, you'll need a crows foot to get to it
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From Aps website, look for the brown connector
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Back from the dead!

To get to this did you have to take off the TMIC then use the crows foot?
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Yes, you have to take the TMIC off to get to it.
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Yes, you have to take the TMIC off to get to it.
Then is a crows foot necessary or can I use a wrench?
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