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Old 04-19-2009, 09:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Its posible Wideband to Narrowband (1-wire OBD0)? with AEM uego 0-5v??

Hello!!

My ecu have O2 sensor because its catalyzed, but only one wire (i think 0-1v)

I can convert 4-5 wire wideband to 1 wire narrowband signal?

thanks!!

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Old 04-19-2009, 09:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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nope

edit apparently im stupid
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plx m300 has both wideband and narrowband outputs so you can simulate your o2 signal to the ecu
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plx m300 has both wideband and narrowband outputs so you can simulate your o2 signal to the ecu
so does an Innovate LC-1 which is what i am running.

it is very possible, you just need a controller with a narrow band simulator
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Yes, it's possible. Just configure the output. I was using narrowband output to O2 signal with my LC1 WBO2.

IIRC, most aftermarket WBO2s have this option.
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it is very possible, you just need a controller with a narrow band simulator

Yeah, what he said.


PLX M300 NBO2 output works flawless.
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what are yall talking about?????....what does this do for power
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Allows the ECU to compensate for open loop.
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Then if i buy the AEM Uego:

AEM - Digital Wideband AFR UEGO Gauge

That have an output of 0-5v to narrowband

I can use with my OBD0 narrowband oxygen sensor pin (i think C16) its 0-5v too??

will work?

Thanks!

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