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I've searched and searched but dind't find an answer.
Has anyone here sucessfully wire their wideband's output to their ECU?
(pins 47/48 on ecu)
Was it as simple as splice all three (o2 signal to wires going to pins 47/48)??

Or did you also have to diable the HT1 HT2 wires as well??


Right now I have cut the wires form from pin 47/48 on the ecu and wired them to the wideband's narrowband output wire,
But I still get error codes for the O2's :scratch:

I don't think I missed anything.....
 

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i dont know but i think the ecu s parameters are meant for narrow band style sensors different volt measurements.
 

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jokable1 said:
i dont know but i think the ecu s parameters are meant for narrow band style sensors different volt measurements.
Yeah I know
but most wideband's also have a narrow band output. Like my Zeitronix wideband :bigthumb:
 

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What is the benefits of this exactly? The stock ECU does fine with the stock narrowband, any real gains calls for fuel management.
 

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idrewfelix said:
What is the benefits of this exactly? The stock ECU does fine with the stock narrowband, any real gains calls for fuel management.
basically it's for people that run without cats and O2 sensors,
the wideband also has output to feed stanalone ecu's
 

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happened to have carfax for a month
so I ran my can, and it's finally confirmed
I DO have a CALI spec car :rant2: :sad:

so my rear O2 is really four wire......

but yet, my dp O2's are single (coaxial) :dunno:


btw: if anyone wants a vin run on carfax, just post it up
 
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