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Question Code P0330 right after P0520 Oil Senser replacement

2013 JK w/12k miles on it.

Just had the oil sensor replaced 2 days ago after getting the P0520 Error code.

Yesterday, wife drove the JK <10 miles and up pops the CEL.

Read the Code last night and got the P0330. Don't have the full info here but it's related to Knock Sensor 2, Bank 2.

This knock sensor incidentally is located under the intake manifold just like the Oil sensor is.

I've read this code can be caused by the knock sensor being tightened do TOO Hard.

Any have experience with this issue ?
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I know in the past sensitivity on Knock sensors was set with the torque spec. I tis very likely it is detecting valve train noise from being over tightened. Not 100% sure on that but it would sound like a good place to start looking if someone was in there for an oil sensor it is possible they damaged the connector for that , or did not get it connected correctly. Will the shop or person that did the oil pressure sensor admit they made a mistake most likely not.
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I know in the past sensitivity on Knock sensors was set with the torque spec. I tis very likely it is detecting valve train noise from being over tightened. Not 100% sure on that but it would sound like a good place to start looking if someone was in there for an oil sensor it is possible they damaged the connector for that , or did not get it connected correctly. Will the shop or person that did the oil pressure sensor admit they made a mistake most likely not.
thanks for your reply.

Like a dummy, I cleared out the Code last night. I'm thinking it will return if it came on so quickly the first time.

Next time, it's going right back to the dealership to fix.
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Set Conditions:

•The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) detects that the Knock Sensor input voltage is either:
◦Above 4.8 volts.
◦Less than 0.2 volts when engine speed is above 2000 rpm.



Default Actions:

•MIL light will illuminate.







Possible Causes


KNOCK SENSOR 2 SIGNAL CIRCUIT SHORTED TO VOLTAGE
KNOCK SENSOR 2 SIGNAL CIRCUIT OPEN
KNOCK SENSOR 2 RETURN CIRCUIT OPEN
KNOCK SENSOR 2 SIGNAL CIRCUIT SHORTED TO THE KNOCK SENSOR 2 RETURN CIRCUIT
KNOCK SENSOR 2 SIGNAL CIRCUIT SHORTED TO GROUND
KNOCK SENSOR
POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE (PCM)

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thanks for your reply.

Like a dummy, I cleared out the Code last night. I'm thinking it will return if it came on so quickly the first time.

Next time, it's going right back to the dealership to fix.
Code popped back up yesterday after driving <10 miles. Going back to the dealership Thursday AM.
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