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Lincoln Blackwood Replacement Knock Sensor Information
Search our online knock sensor catalog and find the lowest priced discount auto parts on the web. We sell wholesale to the public. We offer high quality new, OEM, aftermarket and remanufactured Lincoln Blackwood Knock Sensor parts. We specialize in a wide-variety of high-quality car parts and accessories for your car, truck or SUV. Call toll free to order or place your order online via our secure checkout system. Our online parts catalog uses real-time inventory, so you can be assured the parts you buy are in stock at the time of ordering. Most orders are shipped the same day. They are available for the following Lincoln Blackwood years: 2002, 02. This part is also sometimes called Lincoln Blackwood Engine Sensors. We stock knock sensor parts for most Lincoln models including LS, Town Car, Navigator, Aviator, MKZ, Mark LT and MKT.
We stock these Knock Sensor brands for the Lincoln Blackwood: Genuine and Standard Motor Products.
Sale Price: $60.33
Product SKU: W0133-1700588
Inventory: In Stock
(Original Equipment Manufacturer) - a replacement part made by the manufacturer of the original part.
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Sale Price: $42.63
Product SKU: KS57
Product Note: Ignition Knock (Detonation) Sensor
Inventory: In Stock
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