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WGL Knock Sensor Relocation Brackets for LS Gen III LS1 LM7 LR4

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WGL Knock Sensor Relocation Brackets for LS Gen III LS1 LM7 LR4

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Product description

Allows for LS Gen III knock sensors to be retained and relocated from the valley pan area to the bottom edge of the engine bloc
Compatible for : All gen III harnesses, gen III knock sensors
Fits engine RPO codes:for LS1 LM7 LR4 LQ4 LS6 L59 LQ9 LM4 L33
Includes: 2 aluminum knock sensor brackets, and mounting hardware
Wire assignments:
Driver side - bank 1 - dark blue wire
Passenger side - bank 2 - light blue wire

WGL Knock Sensor Relocation Brackets for LS Gen III LS1 LM7 LR4

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