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NTK Ignition Knock (Detonation) Sensor ID0252Shop All NTK
Part # ID0252
SKU # 1172497
Price Not Available
Mounting Hardware Included
Building upon a foundation of premium full-line products established under NGK ignition and NTK oxygen sensor products, NTK’s expansion to technical sensors is part of our ongoing commitment to streamline product types and increase coverage under one premium brand: NTK, The Sensor Specialist. With over 80 years of automotive expertise, NGK’s family of automotive products are driven by extreme dedication to innovation, performance and quality. NTK is the only OE supplier with a full line of technical sensors in the aftermarket for import and domestic vehicles. Drawing from OE experience, NTK sensors undergo extreme testing conditions that include thermal shock, vibration and OBD verification. NTK sensors are manufactured to ensure a quality that meets or exceeds OE specifications. As new vehicles incorporate connected and automated technologies, trust The Sensor Specialist for full-line market support and OE application technology.
- NTK's Ignition Knock Sensors are manufactured to operational performance standards to meet or exceed OE fit, form and function to ensure proper ignition timing. This advanced technology is used for durability, drivability and fuel economy.
- The Ignition Knock (Detonation) Sensor monitors vibrations caused by engine knock, or detonation, to alter the ignition timing and prevent detonation.
- Reinforced and extra-strength components are used to reduce chance of part failure and prevent corrosion and moisture penetration. Mounting threads match OE for easy, worry free installation. Backed by a 3 year/36,000-mile warranty.
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