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Old 02-01-2008, 07:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Question anyone know how to hook up an air to fuel ratio gauge up for reno

i have bought a piller and a gauge i went with the air to fuel ratio one its a compatation one it can be hook up to 1 to 4 wire oxygen sensors i know we have four wire i think does anyone know how to hook these up the ones that go to the sensor are green black and red and the other two wires are to the power sorce which i ran to the fuse box. i did have a one wire gauge b4 that was on it it was green but i thought it read incorectly
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i have bought a piller and a gauge i went with the air to fuel ratio one its a compatation one it can be hook up to 1 to 4 wire oxygen sensors i know we have four wire i think does anyone know how to hook these up the ones that go to the sensor are green black and red and the other two wires are to the power sorce which i ran to the fuse box. i did have a one wire gauge b4 that was on it it was green but i thought it read incorectly
get a wideband o2 sensor. its more accurate
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ok what wide band should i go for a universail i was looking into that but i really dident wanna risk it then cause of my factory warrenty i dident wanna void it but should i go for a universail one or is there specific one i should get.
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ok what wide band should i go for a universail i was looking into that but i really dident wanna risk it then cause of my factory warrenty i dident wanna void it but should i go for a universail one or is there specific one i should get.
Innovative is by far the best....hell I haven't even heard of anyone using a wideband by any other brand. I can get one for you if you want, but I won't know pricing untill early next week. It should be the same price as anything you could find online though.
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I know I used the AEM UEGO wideband gauge and it's amazing. The only downfall to wideband for our cars is that you have to keep the stock O2 sensor attached. If not, you will get a CEL.
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ok ummm kinky let me know on prices i would be interested in getting it only cause my o2 sensor went bad and i rather go wideband instead of stock ummm let me know def would buy if the price is right.
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i know ebay sometimes isent the greatest place to go but what should i go after what would be the name of o2 sensor i should go for like uego type inavated type 4 wire onees and can u just get the sesor not the gauge and controller i already have a gauge
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ok ummm kinky let me know on prices i would be interested in getting it only cause my o2 sensor went bad and i rather go wideband instead of stock ummm let me know def would buy if the price is right.
Hmm, I'm really not sure if you can use the widebands sensor in place of the factory sensor. Hopefully someone can chime in, I remember someone saying they messed around with those features of the innovative wideband. I just installed it as a wideband and cut all the extra features out since I have other electronics for tuning and such.

Price is ~$200 w/o gauge. What gauge do you have? Brand and model. Innovative says it can be hooked to nearly all narrow band gauges so I'd assume it would work with your gauge. With a gauge the innovative kit costs ~$300.
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Innovative is by far the best....hell I haven't even heard of anyone using a wideband by any other brand. I can get one for you if you want, but I won't know pricing untill early next week. It should be the same price as anything you could find online though.
Haven't heard of anyone using any other brand?! Innovate is certainly good and reputable, but they are not the only players out there. AEM also has a very good wideband gauge/sensor combo.
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ok ummm kinky let me know on prices i would be interested in getting it only cause my o2 sensor went bad and i rather go wideband instead of stock ummm let me know def would buy if the price is right.
You can't just buy a wideband sensor and stick it in place of your factory narrowband sensor. The way it works for the AEM UEGO system is that the gauge has an output wire that you connect to your ECU (in place of the factory O2 signal) and then you change the setting on the gauge to match what your ECU is expecting to see (mode P04 for our cars).
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