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Frank
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ESC or Knock Filter
02/24/17 at 12:30:28
 
After hours of searching here and other forums I still have not found a answer.

Are ESC and Knock Filter interchangeable terms?

After recently installing my ELB Flash and repinning the harness I have gotten it to run and did a few VE learns. I unchecked the flags for the Knock Sensor. The Knock Sensor is not hooked up at the ELB according to the directions.

I noticed spark knock at 45% and more throttle position.
I know I could reset the timing curves but I figured getting the proper ESC or Knock Filter would be the better option.

I am looking for correct part numbers for the ESC and the pigtail for it. My truck did not come with a ESC.

Also, is there a different knock sensor that is needed for this upgrade?  I found conflicting answers on that as well. The difference in knock sensors being the resistance in the sensor.

1994 K2500
NV 4500
7.4L

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Re: ESC or Knock Filter
Reply #1 - 02/25/17 at 09:09:31
 
ESC (electronic spark control) generally refers to the whole knock detection and reporting system. So ESC module and knock filter are the same thing.

You can use the stock knock sensor with an external filter.

For the knock filter:

  16131171      APLU
  STANDARD MOTOR PRODUCTS Part # LXE30

I don't know what the connector part number is.

Until the filter is installed you can zero the two max knock retard tables. That will prevent any false knock retard.

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Re: ESC or Knock Filter
Reply #2 - 02/25/17 at 10:27:16
 
Thank you BobR.

I was able to find a post on zeroing the tables, just not the filter.

This ELB is great!  You just need some patience while learning how it works and gets adjusted.

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