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Kia Knock Detonation Sensor

Your Kia is the apple of your eye.

Sure, Kia is known for long-lasting service and a great manufacturer's warranty. So it's important that you maintain it by purchasing Knock Detonation Sensor parts that don't break the bank. When a Knock Detonation Sensor fails it can result in a very inconvenient experience for any driver. Seeing that you have passion for a Kia, you should learn that keeping it trouble free is paramount. If you started to hear some unusual sounds and parts need to be replaced on your Kia, then we're the place for you.

Owning a car with a faulty Knock Detonation Sensor is a bad idea.

Your engine has several sensors that keep it running smoothly, and perhaps the most important is the knock (or detonation) sensor. This little device detects even the most acute and minor pre-ignition faults in your Kia engine, and reports them to the engine control module. Usually, the air/fuel delivery and ignition systems are recalibrated in real-time to fix these knocks and pre-detonations. A dead Kia knock detonation sensor, however, will not detect these problems and your engine will constantly be underperforming.

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