In case you wish to acquire more electrical power from the engine, advance the timing of its valves as much as your system permits. The Ford Mustang knock sensor will make sure you don't go over the engine can allow. It will create voltage once the valves are overly advance, which in turn, emits discernible pinging or knocking disturbances. The sensor utilizes this impact-produced current to alert your engine computer. At the very first sign of damage, this computer triggers a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) or quickly corrects the Variable Valve Timing (VVT) of your vehicle.
The Ford Mustang knock sensor senses pinging or knocking, which means that you have attained the boundary in advancing your engine's valves. It'll sense pinging in the engine at the very first indication, which means that pressure waves are leaving its specific ignition point too soon that it crashes to your cylinder walls or on the piston. This specific occurrence generally develops when the actual valve timing is advanced beyond the limit. Your sensor readily detects this because it's produced from Piezoelectric materials or crystals that immediately responds to the impacts by simply creating voltage.
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