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if you plan on hooking a wideband gauge to a stock o2 sensor, dont.

its not accurate and all its good for is a light show in your car.


as stated above, put a wideband in the car and hook the a/f gauge to that.
 

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Dark blue/light green for left, dark green/pink for right sensor. But i second what 86er said, i tried using stock sensor for narrow band gauge and it said that a/f was fine even though car was running so rich that it wouldn't do a burnout on 1st. Waste of time.
 
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