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Knock Sensor

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Uploaded on Nov 13, 2011

The Effect of a Bad Knock Sensor:
-Bad fuel economy
-Jerking and Sluggish movements
-Weak perform on the highway
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Update! 3/22:
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Learn How To save Money by Replacing your Knock Sensor YourSelf! Plus, How To find and remove the Subaru Legacy Outback Knock sensor and How To install the Knock sensor.
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Even though if your car is not a 2001 Subaru Outback you can still use this video as a guild in fixing your own Subaru. Most newer Subaru engine are design in the similar way, especially if it has an EJ25 engine.
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Product Information:
Bosch knock sensor- for a 2001 Subaru Outback ($70.00-$140.00 USD)
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This knock sensor has a "life-time" warranty and could be found at O'Relly.The Bosch knock sensor is the original brand use, and is the same one found at any Subaru Dealership. But it does not really matter what brand you get the part or where you get it from.
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This is a "How To" by The Thumbs Up Production
Video edited by: rageagainstthedying -- http://www.youtube.com/user/rageagain...
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Disclaimer:
I was not paid to use any of the products in the video nor am I affiliated with them in any way. These are my own pictures and this video is made by my self.
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Happy Fixing!
Thanks for Watching!

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