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"We all have absolutes, the only difference is whether we abide by them or only use them by which to judge others." - Ravi Zacharis
So, hard as in max load/max RPM limit?
I understand that different load and engine speed ranges should be exercised. Some folks are in the “easy does it” camp, others in the “drive it like you stole it” camp, and the rest somewhere in between. I dig the high load idea, to put pressure on the rings, but not so certain about max RPM (let’s say 8500 rpm 1.8t hydro lifters and stiff valve springs) the first 500 miles or so. Like to hear your opinion on the latter.
I am hoping someone can help me out here. I am getting the following error code on my MK4 daily driver:
16716 - Knock Sensor 2 (G66): Signal too Low
P0332 - 35-00 -
I ordered a new knock sensor to replace Knock Sensor 2 (G66) but I noticed that Knock Sensor 1 seems to be in the wrong location. Bill rebuilt this engine last year and may have bolted the sensor in the wrong location. Below is a generic picture of a 1.8T engine block. I circled the location of Knock Sensor 1. It looks like it should be bolted to the port on the left. Can someone confirm where Knock Sensor 1 should be located? Also, can this cause an error code for Knock Sensor 2 due to too much variation in voltages between Knocks Sensors 1 and 2? Any help is greatly appreciated.
Does anyone else have any more insight or pictures they can post?