Cheap Knock sensors in the UK, in stock, quick delivery

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mynheers_a_pint

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Hi All,

As I posted in the problem solving forum, I had an issue that turned out to be with my Knock sensor. Due to my requirement of the car this weekend for a lnog drive, I needed one quickly but didn't want to cough up the full asking price of the local MF's. After a bit of searching, however, I found these guys;

http://www.worldcarparts.co.uk/tabid/144/CategoryID/247/ProductID/756/Default.aspx

I phoned them up to make sure the part was in stock and that I hadn't missed the shipping time and managed to get the whole lot for 34 quid, delivered tomorrow which I thought was rather splendid considering the alternatives (Wait a week for a cheap one from the US or buy direct from MF's or Nissan for £100+).

:-D
 
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geoff pine

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Hi All,

As I posted in the problem solving forum, I had an issue that turned out to be with my Knock sensor. Due to my requirement of the car this weekend for a lnog drive, I needed one quickly but didn't want to cough up the full asking price of the local MF's. After a bit of searching, however, I found these guys;

http://www.worldcarparts.co.uk/tabid/144/CategoryID/247/ProductID/756/Default.aspx

I phoned them up to make sure the part was in stock and that I hadn't missed the shipping time and managed to get the whole lot for 34 quid, delivered tomorrow which I thought was rather splendid considering the alternatives (Wait a week for a cheap one from the US or buy direct from MF's or Nissan for £100+).

:-D
You can add another £100 to the Nissan price :lol:
 

PobodY

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Are any of those lambda sensors they're selling compatible with the Pulsar? They seem quite reasonable too.