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LT4 knock sensor

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    LT4 knock sensor

    Is the knock sensor the same as knock module

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    No. A knock sensor is mounted in the engine block. The knock module is what interprets the data from that sensor. It is located within the PCM.

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    Whats the point of putting a lt4 one in an lt1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by state69champ View Post
    Whats the point of putting a lt4 one in an lt1?
    its not as sensitive as the lt1 so you can run some heavier mods and the knock sensor will not retard the engine

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