If you need to acquire more power through your engine, advance the timing of all its valves as far as the system permits. And to guide you in this is the Dodge Dakota knock sensor. It's going to produce current when the valves are overly advance, which often produces discernible pinging or knocking disturbances. Your sensor employs this voltage as alarm to your engine computer. From the first indication of damage, this particular computer triggers the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) or in VVT vehicles, immediately alters the Variable Valve Timing (VVT) of your vehicle.

The Dodge Dakota knock sensor senses pinging or knocking, which means that you've attained the limitation in advancing your valves. It'll detect pinging inside the engine at the first sign that means pressure waves are already leaving its specific ignition point too soon that it crashes to your cylinder walls or on the piston. This is an occurrence that is incomparable to over-advanced VVT. But what make the sensor competent for the purpose is the Piezoelectric components utilized to construct it.

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