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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-21-2020, 04:54 AM Thread Starter
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P0324 knock sensor code

From what Iíve found replacing the knock sensor is the fix but it maybe more than I can easily do in my garage. Has anyone else had this one and fixed it?

Symptoms: engine loses power and service stabilitrack warning message, goes away next startup but eventually comes on again. Two codes P0324 and P0300

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Seems like these type of odd MILs are often associated with a low battery voltage. A recharge seems a lot easier that laying on your back in your garage for an hour or two ! Give it a try !

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Seems like these type of odd MILs are often associated with a low battery voltage. A recharge seems a lot easier that laying on your back in your garage for an hour or two ! Give it a try !
I'll break out the multimeter and check. Thanks

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Put the multimeter away, be like Nike - Just Do It. Assuming you have a battery charger handy.

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If the knock sensor is bad it's pretty easy to change.
One bolt, one plug in.
Located above the starter.

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Put the multimeter away, be like Nike - Just Do It. Assuming you have a battery charger handy.
Nah, I don't bother. I drive it daily and no reason it shouldn't be charged other than being old. It was almost 6 years old and was measuring 12.2 so I replaced it. I won't get to drive it much until Monday, but thanks for the tip! I would have never thought about the battery for this code and a stabilitrak message.

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If the knock sensor is bad it's pretty easy to change.
One bolt, one plug in.
Located above the starter.
I thought you had to remove the starter and something else just to get to it. I haven't looked myself though, just done some reading.

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