is a wide band O2 plug the same

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06 May 2012 14:17 #9097 by 928mac
is a wide band O2 plug the same was created by 928mac
Without going out to the car and having a look (feeling lazy right now)

Is the plug for a wide band O2 sensor the same as a regular O2 sensor.

Why I need to know
I had to cut the old end for the O2 sensor out of the old harness and solder it into the new harness that I made for my Tec-4 GT ECU
Now I think that there was 3 wires but I can't remember (I should go look) because there may be 4.
Anyway, If I pick up a wide band O2 I am wondering if the original pigtail will connect up.

Dose anyone know?

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07 May 2012 00:17 #9100 by 928mac
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The bungs on wither side of my X are same. I used the right (passenger) for the OEM O2 and the drivers side for the WB


You use 2 sensors Malcolm? My car only had 1 so that is all I put in the H-pipe.

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15 May 2012 16:59 #9169 by N2O-928
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Hi if this has yet to be answered, the answer is no.
The Stock O2 is a three wire, the Wided band is five.

DaveK

PS: I also run two: Wide for monitoring and Stock to feed the EZF

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15 May 2012 17:12 #9171 by 928mac
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Hi if this has yet to be answered, the answer is no.
The Stock O2 is a three wire, the Wided band is five.

DaveK

PS: I also run two: Wide for monitoring and Stock to feed the EZF


Thank you, That is what I wanted to know.
So when I buy the wide band will it come with the end to connect into the harness?

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15 May 2012 17:43 #9172 by smtcapecod
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In addition to the WB sensor...you need a wide band 'controller' to read the signal and provide a reading. Unless your Tec-GT does that. The sensors are perishable particularly if they sit for a long stint, but to be operable you need both the sensor and the controller.

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