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It might be a rough road, but your Toyota Pickup was made to overcome any obstacle as long as it is maintained with high quality OEM and aftermarket parts. Vehicle buyers rely on Toyota to build long lasting vehicles that are recognized for great resale value. If you will be driving a lot of people around, go with a roomy vehicle that is able to give you all the space you need by picking the Toyota Pickup. If there are ever problems on a luxury car such as the Toyota Pickup, be aware that because only the highest quality parts are used, repairing the vehicle isn't usually affordable. To get a vehicle that can take you where you want to go whenever you want to, go for the Toyota Pickup. A Toyota Pickup is a high-performance automobile and it demands the best quality replacement parts. Your Toyota Pickup Knock Sensor makes sure your car's obtaining optimal power for the least consumption of gas. Your truck's Toyota Pickup Knock Sensor varies a motor's idling rate when it is needed to prevent engine knock. Toyota Pickup Knock Sensors work with a computer to monitor spark timing at all times so as to avoid engine ping, which may cause damage.
We stock these Knock Sensor brands for the Toyota Pickup: ReplacementStandard Motor ProductsBeck ArnleyGenuineVemoNGKAPI
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Toyota Pickup Knock Sensor
Your Toyota Pickup was made for obstacles, but to keep it ready for the road, you must ensure its parts are always in solid working order. If you begin to notice knocking in your engine, your truck may be suffering a faulty Toyota Pickup knock sensor.
PartsGeek.com has a wide range of knock sensors for you to choose from. Our sensors fit Toyota trucks made between 1987 and 1995 and we only purchase products designed by the top manufacturers in the industry, including Standard Motor Products, Genuine and Beck Arnley. Our prices are some of the best in the industry and are often up to 80 percent off the list price. We also provide excellent shipping options and a 30-day return policy. If you aren’t satisfied, we’ll let you know how to send the part back to us and receive a refund.
What Is a Toyota Pickup Knock Sensor?
The Toyota Pickup knock sensor is responsible for detecting abnormal combustion, known as preignition and detonation, that could potentially damage the truck. The sensor is sensitive enough to detect minor changes that the human ear wouldn't be able to hear. When the sensor does detect knocking noises, it alerts the engine's computer, which slows the timing of the spark plugs to prevent the knocking. If you notice audible knocking sounds or slower acceleration, it could indicate failure of your knock sensor.
How Much Is a Toyota Pickup Knock Sensor?
The cost of a new Toyota Pickup knock sensor ranges from $90 to $220. Those on the lower end of the price range are brand new but won’t have the guarantee of being made by the same manufacturer who created the original part. If you want to purchase an OEM part, you can expect to pay more. Other factors that determine the final cost include the year your truck was made, the specific brand name you purchase and how you choose to have the product shipped to you.
Knock Sensors available for the following Toyota Pickup years: 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Pickup Engine Sensors. We stock knock sensor parts for most Toyota models including 4Runner, Camry, Tacoma, Sienna, Avalon, Highlander, Tundra, Corolla, Solara, Supra, T100, Sequoia, Celica, Land Cruiser, FJ Cruiser, RAV4, MR2, MR2 Spyder, Cressida, Matrix, Prius, Yaris, Echo, Tercel, Paseo, Previa, Prius V, Prius C and Venza.