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Old 05-13-2011, 03:11 PM   #1
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Default o2 sensor wire diagram ??

Want to hook up my Air/fuel gauge . But I am not sure which wire I need to tap into. Does anyone know or have a diagram on this subject??
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If you haven't found it yet, the wire on the stock o2 sensor is purple....but this will only give you a narrow band reading

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you really need wideband o2 for this to be accurate.
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you really need wideband o2 for this to be accurate.
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