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Datalogging - what does the "Linear Knock Sensor 1 Diagnostic Parameter" PID mean?

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Default Datalogging - what does the "Linear Knock Sensor 1 Diagnostic Parameter" PID mean?

Hi all,

I have ScanXL, ElmScan5 BT, and the Ford extended diagnostics package. I am connected to a 2008 Saleen S302E (Ford Mustang at heart).

I am trying to determine if my knock sensor is causing a timing problem. I see the following two pids available:
"Linear Knock Sensor 1 Diagnostic Parameter" KS1 (and similar KS2). When I log these parameters, I get values ranging from 100 to 1000, but I have no idea what those mean. Web-crawling didn't help out. Can anyone explain the meaning of those parameters? Any way I can determine whether it is indeed the knock sensor messing with my timing?

Thanks,
Chris.
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