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Hey guys, I have a 2004 Nissan Frontier 4wd 3.3l truck which was leaking oil out of the valve covers. I replaced both gaskets and put everything back together again but now I have a check engine light on. When I run it through an OBD I get a P0327 code and a P0732 code. It drives just fine with no issues with gearing or anything like that. Could it be a faulty knock sensor?
 

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Did you touch the knock sensor while redoing the covers...and do you remember reconnecting it? Usually it's nestled between the two valve covers on top of the engine.
 

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Did you touch the knock sensor while redoing the covers...and do you remember reconnecting it? Usually it's nestled between the two valve covers on top of the engine.
I didn’t touch the knock sensor when I was replacing the gaskets. But it wasn’t an issue before I started work on the gaskets
 

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You likely would have to move wires, maybe they are old and faulted doing it. The knock sensor did not create the trans code, separate issue.
 
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