New Jersey: 7.5%,
New York: 7.5%
Direct replacement for the following OE/Alternate part numbers: 30530P2MA01, 30530-P2M-A01, 30530PV1A01, 30530-PV1-A01, KS65, 5S2140, SU4778. A list of the models and engine information provided for a reference only. We are selling this by manufacturer's reference part numbers. Please verify that you are ordering correct part by cross-checking indicated OE reference numbers against the numbers found on your current unit. If you are not able to locate part number(s) on your current unit, ask your mechanic or call local dealership (auto parts department) provide your vehicle's information and obtain correct reference codes for the part suitable for your car. Finally, cross-check obtained numbers against those indicated in the description or contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
!!! IMPORTANT: YOU MUST CROSS-CHECK OE REFERENCE PART NUMBERS PRIOR TO ORDERING THIS PART. THE NUMBER FOUND ON YOUR OLD UNIT SHOULD MATCH AGAINST AT LEAST ONE NUMBER INDICATED BELOW. IF YOU DO NOT SEE YOUR NUMBER LISTED HERE, PLEASE DO NOT BUY! THE LIST OF MAKES/MODELS PRESENTED FOR THE REFERENCE ONLY AND SHOULD NOT BE YOUR GUIDE TO FIND COMPATIBILITY !!!
Item Specifics: Condition: new Manufacturer: Aftermarket OE
Year: Make: Model:
1996-2000 HONDA CIVIC HX 1996-1997 HONDA CIVIC DELSOL SI 1996-2000 HONDA CIVIC EX 1997-2000 ACURA EL 1996-2004 ACURA RL
*May fit other makes / models not listed. Note: The knock sensor responds to spark knock caused by Pre-detonation of the Air/Fuel mixture in internal combastion engines. The sensor generates a small voltage that is sent to the electronic control unit (ECU), which processes the signal to determine if, in fact, knock is occurring. As the flame front moves out from the spark plug ignition point, pressure waves in the chamber crash into the piston or cylinder walls resulting in a sound known as a knock or ping. This is caused by using a fuel with a low octane rating, overheating, or over advanced timing. Sometimes it can be caused by hot carbon deposits on the piston or cylinder head that raise compression. A knock sensor, which serves to warn of engine knock or pinging due to a bad air/fuel mixture, can go bad. Some signs of bad knock sensor: a sluggish engine; poor fuel economy; slow acceleration; audible missing or pinging. Most of the time, the knock sensors don't fail entirely but go "soft" and create false signals. You can check the knock sensor through an electrical harness. Compare to the dealer's price and save a lot!