do i need to uplug a knock sensor after i install a gear drive timing system? on 1995 Ford Bronco

after i installed a 'noisy' gear drive my check egine light is on and my truck runs rich.

by in East Moline, IL on February 04, 2014
2 answers 2 comments
ANSWER by on February 04, 2014
If it were me, I would relocate it so it wouldn't read, but have one plugged in and grounded.
COMMENT by on February 04, 2014
Not suppose to put them in computer car,the noisy ones, I didn't know you could relocate knock..
COMMENT by on February 04, 2014
Well when understand electronics you can use common sense. You can't leave it unplugged so what ya think yous has to do.
ANSWER by on February 04, 2014
It really dont matter at all but why gear to gear! Reason i ask is i cant recall the last time i had to replace a three piece set! They dont give any trouble after they dropped the old single roller, fiber coated cam gear years ago, and beefed up the new set to steel, double roller, even on high performance engines. Did you degree the cam? Just curious, that's all.

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