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    31 May 2020

    knock ssensor

    What is Knock Sensor? Many of us know that modern car engines contain many sensors that help them perform some functions such as controlling the amount of fuel, setting the ignition timing, and reducing those, and today we will talk about a Knock sensor device which is also called a road sensor, a sensor that is usually installed on the engine , Road sounds must be detected by abnormal protest, which is caused by problems with the timing of ignition, and today we will answer the question of what are the problems of Knock Sensor, but before that let us know about its role and symptoms of damage.

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    22 May 2020

    crank senser

    You may be surprised that your car does not turn around, the engine response is delayed, or you feel poor performance while moving, what are the causes and how do you deal with it? The common cause in this case is the crank sensor, says Saber, the owner of a maintenance center, and it is one of the car's sensors and its function is to transfer information about the crank shaft signal to the car computer, until the latter determines the timing of the spark. In the event of its damage, it causes cutting when turning and buck fire (cannons) as a result of the wrong timing of the spark. It also causes vibration and shaking of the slans and may lead to the vehicle not spinning except after several attempts or to stop it completely from turning. This damage, Saber explains, may cause the engine to shut down for no reason while driving, but the car will return to spin after several attempts.

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    31 May 2020

    engine temperature sensor

    Function and location of the car's temperature sensor Your car may have one or more temperature sensors, and while the locations of the temperature sensor in the car may differ from one model to another, it is usually installed in the radiator network, where it can measure the temperature of the coolant on one side. (First Party) and delivering a signal to the electronic car controller from the other side (the second party) .. On other models, we find another temperature sensor installed on the top of the engine itself if your car contains two sensors.

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