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Detonation
Detonation - Definition
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Detonation - Definition [read more]
Detonation Sensor Relocation
on 18 Nov 2007 by admin author list
Detonation Sensor Relocation [read more]
Coolant Temperature and Detonation sensors (General Info)
on 15 Nov 2007 by admin author list
The A to Z of Coolant Temp Sensors and Detonation Sensors Coolant Temp Sensor | Detonation Sensor Firstly, get a cut lunch/coffee/alcohol to read thru my drivel and forgive me in advance for potentially insulting your intelligence by describing the fixes in very "blind freddy" fashion- I don't know your level of tech- expertise so I'm 'assuming' you know little... ok. The Coolant [read more]
Detonation Sensor Bypass
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
How to diagnose and bypass a defective detonation sensor in a 90+ Nissan 300 ZX Twin turbo. By Henri Le Hir My Z is a 1992, "Continental European" Nissan 300 ZX Twin Turbo, 2+2 (!!) (left hand drive). All the tests have been done on this car. Hopefully, this applies to all the Z32 all over the world. Special thanks to the "Jim [read more]
Detonation, How to stop it.
on 19 Nov 2007 by admin author list
What is detonation? Detonation (also called "spark knock") is an erratic form of combustion that can cause head gasket failure as well as other engine damage. Detonation occurs when excessive heat and pressure in the combustion chamber cause the air/fuel mixture to autoignite. This produces multiple flame fronts within the combustion chamber instead of a single flame. When these multiple flames [read more]