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Product description

Compatible With WITH THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES:

Compatible with: 2000|Compatible with Mercedes-Benz|E320::4Matic,All Engines
2002-2005|Compatible with Toyota|Celica::GTS,4 Cyl 1.8L
2002-2013|Compatible with Toyota|Corolla::CE,4 Cyl 1.8L,Built in Japan
2002-2013|Compatible with Toyota|Corolla::LE,4 Cyl 1.8L,Built in Japan
2002-2013|Compatible with Toyota|Corolla::S,4 Cyl 1.8L,Built in Japan
2003-2010|Compatible with Pontiac|Vibe::All Submodels,All Engines
2003-2012|Compatible with Toyota|4Runner::SR5,6 Cyl 4.0L
2003-2012|Compatible with Toyota|4Runner::Limited,6 Cyl 4.0L
2003-2005|Compatible with Toyota|4Runner::Sport,6 Cyl 4.0L
2003-2008|Compatible with Toyota|Camry::LE,4 Cyl 2.4L,With California Emissions
2003-2008|Compatible with Toyota|Camry::XLE,4 Cyl 2.4L,With California Emissions
2003-2008|Compatible with Toyota|Camry::SE,4 Cyl 2.4L,With California Emissions
2003-2005|Compatible with Toyota|Matrix::XRS,4 Cyl 1.8L
2003-2013|Compatible with Toyota|Matrix::Base,4 Cyl 1.8L
2003-2008|Compatible with Toyota|Matrix::XR,4 Cyl 1.8LProduct Info:
Part: Knock SensorNotes: Without wiring harnessConfiguration: 2-Prong Blade Male Terminal; 1 Female ConnectorInterchange Part Number:
KS225Additional Info:
E320 00-00 / COROLLA 02-09 KNOCK SENSOR, 2 Terminals, Blade Terminal Type
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Exact fit to original equipment manufacturer(OEM) partAll of our items are DOT and SAE certified
GUARANTEES AND WARRANTIES:
30-day satisfaction guarantee1-year limited warranty
MADE TO LAST:
This item is constructed with high quality material and rigorously tested to ensure structural strength and integrity
Please confirm OEM # or Partslink # matches your current part exactly before purchasing, otherwise, the item might not fit.

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