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Old 04-13-2009, 09:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for put Wideband o2 sensor (5Wire) on OBD-0 (1 Wire), it can be done??

Or i must put a A/F gauge connected only to new Wideband 02??

I have Chipped OBD-0 with dataloggin interface.

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if your wideband controllers output is scalable it works fine. just plum one of the outputs into the stock o2 wire at the ecu.
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Now i have BORG WARNER OS510 ( i think is not wideband because only have 1 wire)

You Think that i can buy a bosch 5 wire wideband and connect only one wire to my OBD0 ecu?? what wire i must connect, because i know that of 5 wires one is +12V, other GND and the others??

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No. Wideband sensors require a controler, you do not wire them directly to a non-wideband ECU.

Stop cheaping out and at least go buy an LC-1 or a PLX. You also need to do some reading to understand why a wideband sensor is different fro a narrowband sensor. It seems you do not even have that basic concept down. Read more before you do anything.
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