How To: Replace the knock sensor in a Saturn S-Series car

Replace the knock sensor in a Saturn S-Series car

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This video will show you how to replace the knock sensor in a Saturn S-Series car. You'll need a 22 mm wrench to remove the hex nut, but first remove the electrical connector. Now, get the wrench out and and remove that hex nut. The rest of the knock sensor removal process in the Saturn S-Series is a breeze, so don't worry.

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Great help, good videos, thanks so much.....

I do not see how they got the wrench on that way unless the engine was pulled out on the video. Maybe a long 22mm socket will work because it is a tight fit. I tried a 7/8 inch wrench but it would not go on so maybe it has to 22mm. The 7/8 wrench worked on the front O2 sensor where there was also enough room for the wrench, which was supposed to be a 22 mm.

But on the knock sensor, it did not fit like the 7/8 was a little too small. I almost forgot all the details but it does not seem a wrench will fit very good due to the space, so maybe it would need to have a short handle.

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