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Old 05-29-2003, 10:26 AM   #1
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Where to buy the Knock Sensor Sub-Harness Connector?

Does it work greatly and will not hurt the engine?
Anyone has such experience?

VE30DE knock sensor TSB information quote:

Provided by Kaleb

I was browsing the Nissan TSBS and found one about lack of engine power for the VE30DE. They tell you to perform a test with CONSULT to see if ignition timing is set to 3 degrees BTDC or less after 5 WOT acceleration runs, and if it is they say to install an Engine Sub-Harness at the Knock Sensor Sub-Harness Connector.
The part number on this engine sub-harness is 24020-7E060, it was released specifically for this problem, and the price is $34.84 for the 4DSC.com discount. You also need a tie-down clamp that's $0.71, P/N is 01552-00043.

They also recommend you VE folks use PREMIUM Unleaded fuel. I don't have the harness in stock so I don't know what it does, but I bet it might be some kinda resistance.
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well you can buy it from Kaleb himself at Courtesy Nissan. I havent used it but I dont see how it can hurt the engine. I think it just quiets the line down so there isnt as much noise that will cause the ECU to mis read the KS.
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I have several questions:
If I use this kind of sub-harness, then I don't have to change my bad
knock sensor, right?
Is this sub-harness just a resistor which disables the knock sensor?
I search the Courtesy Nissan website, but I can't find this part, what
should I do? Call them and tell them I am a member of Maxima.org, then
they will give me a discount?
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well you can buy it from Kaleb himself at Courtesy Nissan. I havent used it but I dont see how it can hurt the engine. I think it just quiets the line down so there isnt as much noise that will cause the ECU to mis read the KS.
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