Advancing the valve timing of your engine will surely improve its firing stroke and thereby, its created power. To guide you with this is the Infiniti G20 knock sensor. The part is an electronic control unit that reacts to the fuel-air pre-detonation by creating electrical voltage once it's disturbed. This sensor uses this voltage as alarm to the vehicle computer. From the very first sign of problem, this particular computer sets off the exact Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) or in VVT vehicles, instantly retards the pre-set Variable Valve Timing (VVT) of your automobile.
The Infiniti G20 knock sensor senses pinging or knocking, which indicates you have reached the limit in advancing your valves. It's going to determine pinging in your engine right at the first sign that means pressure waves are leaving its specific ignition point too soon that it crashes to your cylinder walls or on the piston. This is a phenomenon that is incomparable to super-advanced VVT. What actually make the sensor capable for this purpose would be the Piezoelectric components used to create it.
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