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Jaguar XK8 Replacement Knock Sensor Information

Knock sensors, also known as detonation sensors, are located on the cylinder head, intake manifold, or cylinder head. They detect engine knock or detonation, and send a voltage signal to the electronic control module (ECM). The computer uses this signal to control ignition timing. Knocks are high frequency vibrations caused by the premature burning of fuel inside the engine's cylinders. The knock sensor converts the vibrational pressure into a voltage signal. This component protects your car's internal parts from the damaging effects of engine knock. A malfunctioning knock sensor can illuminate the check engine light, causing drivability problems, pinging, poor fuel economy, strong burning smell, and faulty voltage readings to the ECM. If you don't replace this component when needed, major engine damage can occur. For a new Jaguar knock sensor, visit We carry quality auto parts at discount rates.

Jaguar XK8 Knock Sensor They are available for the following Jaguar XK8 years: 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97. This part is also sometimes called Jaguar XK8 Engine Sensors. We stock knock sensor parts for most Jaguar models including XJ8, X Type, S Type, Vanden Plas, XJR, XKR, XJ6, XJ, XF, XK, Super V8 and XJS.

We stock these Knock Sensor brands for the Jaguar XK8: Standard Motor Products, Genuine and NGK.

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When I brought my XK8 out from winter storage the check engine light came on. The scanner threw a code showing the knock sensor on bank#1 was bad. I found the replacement on Parts Geek website. In a matter of three days I had my part and the problem was solved.

2002 Jaguar XK8 Knock Sensor