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Well i ran the diagnostics thing on my super moniter and it showed a code 52 (knock sensor signal) i have no idea what it is and i can't find it in the manual i have, any info would be good!!!! i hope it's nothing to serious!!!
 
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Turbo or not? First make sure they are plugged in and not shorted out. If you find they are fix it, clear your codes. Then drive it to see if the code returns. There are other potential factors that could lead to the code: ignition (plugs and or timing), gas, boost.
 
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i used the search here and nothing came up, but yeah i'll check the turbo connections and everything, thanks for the help!!
 
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or someone could just tell him.. might be easier..

your engine ran lean... it had too much air and not enough fuel. Its potentially an engine killing situation. The 'knock sensor' is basically a microphone attached to the engine which listens for explosions caused by the above. when detected, the ECU alters the ignition to prevent your engine from going bang.

You could have a boost problem, or a fuel problem.


see... it wasnt that hard was it?
 

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*BLacK SuPrA GTE* said:
Well explained HedgehogSandwich, it is more easier when people explain the solution to a problem rather than explaining the search button....
Not if the topic has been covered 5 thousand times and could be easily accessed using the SEARCH button.

Basic forum rules where ever forum you go.
 

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Not if the topic has been covered 5 thousand times and could be easily accessed using the SEARCH button.

Basic forum rules where ever forum you go.
Originally posted by 94silver
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Basic forum rules where ever forum you go.
Exactly as drjonez did.
 

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http://www.supracentral.com/oldschool/htm/knock.htm


PS -- please, please take more than 15 minutes to do a search. Chances are very good most of the problems that you will com across in the next few months will have been covered many times before. See the thread "forum rules and search hints" at the top of this section for some hints on using the search
 
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