2002 Chevy Avalanche P0332 Knock Sensor

2002 Chevy Avalanche

Chevy Avalanche On the 2002 Chevy Avalanche, the most common reason for the P0332 is in fact, water intrusion into the Bank2 Knock Sensor. It’s actually been a known problem on these engines for quite some time. There is a fix for it however. The sensor and most commonly the wire harness to the sensor will need to be replaced. During installation, a bead of silicone around rubber grommet will keep the issue from happening again. Unfortunately, it’s just a design/material flaw. To gain access to the Knock Sensor, the…

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2005 Chevy Avalanche Blower Motor

2005 Chevy Avalanche

Chevy Avalanche On the 2005 Chevy Avalanche, when the Blower Motor continues to run, even with the ignition off, on vehicles with Auto Temp Control,. the problem is going to lie in the Blower Motor Control Processor. It’s located under the passenger’s side dash, mounted to the HVAC housing, near the blower motor (very similar to a Blower Resistor, but “smarter” to accomodate the Auto feature). To gain access, remove the passenger’s side insulator panel (the panel right above where the passenger’s feet would be). Inspect the electrical connector for…

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