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Re: Knock sensor torquing
> Retrieved and error code of 2142 for the knock sensor being defective. I
> figured this much because I was getting the check engine light (no audible
> knock) at the upper reaches of the rev range under load. Anyhow, I have
> one off of my 84 turbo and I wanted to know how to torque the damn thing.
> You can't get a socket on it because of the wire (and plug), so what do
> you do? I've heard how 14 ft./lbs. (or was is n-m?) was critical. How much
> so? I could get near there by feeling out the torque with an open box
> wrench. Any btdt's? TIA!
I'm facing this as well... I would imagine that Good King Phil would tell us
that this is an ideal use for that crowfoot wrench set we should have already
bought by now... if I can shake this flu or whatever has landed on me I may
try to r&r the ks this weekend...
hth, -doug q
-Douglas Hurst Quebbeman (firstname.lastname@example.org) [Call me "Doug"]
QuattroClub USA# 4536 Audi International # 100024
74 100LS Auto, 77 100LS Auto, 84 Coupe GT
83 ur-Q, 86 5Kcstq QLCC 1.8bar
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