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Where is the knock sensor!?? P06B6

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Engine Discussion and Performance Mods' started by bisforbuild, May 17, 2019.

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  1. bisforbuild

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    Hey guys, I have a 2014 6.2 Roush supercharged raptor and i just got it, and as soon as i started driving it, it threw the error P06B6 which is a knock sensor circuit error.
    So id like to take a look at my knock sensors before i replace them, but the issue is, i cant find out where they are!

    Ive heard some people say they're under the intake, im not exatly sure what that means, if i need to pull my supercharger off or not. ( i hope not ) and ive heard other locations as well.

    If anyone could please point me towards the knock sensor locations on the engine i would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks!
     
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    I really know nothing about the 6.2, but more than likely they are under the intake manifold in the "valley." So yes, the blower and intake will need to be removed to access. At least that's how it is on the Coyote.
     
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    Now that looks like an Expensive P.I.T.A. job..!!
     
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    That sucks. Good luck
     
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    Ain't that hard to pull the blower. It's all right there on top.
     
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    Screenshot (40).png It may not be the sensor. Could have something to do with the tune.
     
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    That or wires at PCM plugs are wet or corroded.
    People like washing the engine bay when selling.
     
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    Any updates? Going through a similar situation. 31k on my motor.
     
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    Are you supercharged? If so how long has it had the blower on it, and did you make any recent changes before the problem started showing up?
     

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