Knock sensor replacement on 2000 Subaru Legacy

I wanted to know the estimate (labor + parts) to replace a knock sensor for a Subaru Legacy 2000 (2.5L) car. How long does a job like this last? Thanks Pratt Harris

by in Westford, MA on March 18, 2009
3 answers
ANSWER by on March 18, 2009
The sensor cost is about $150 at auto parts stores and $103 at the dealer and about an hour labor in the book.
ANSWER by on March 18, 2009
This is a pretty common issue with many Subarus. It is often an intermittent problem the sensor. Sensor will test OK in the shop and fail while driving.
ANSWER by on May 12, 2010
the part cost are $75 autozone, you can reemplaze by yourself. Then you can reset the computer whit a friend scam.
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