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Old 05-18-2010, 05:26 PM   #1
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Default Wideband O2 sensor and separate wiring/gauge

I got what appears to be a standard wideband O2 sensor, i was told it was from a WRX or something, its 6 wires (maybe 5, but definitely not a 2/3 wire sensor). It looks the same as the ones that come with the AEM wideband kits.

So my question, can I use this sensor and just wire up a cheaper AFR gauge to it somehow without having to buy the whole kit? is that even possible? or for example would an AEM wideband only work with the wideband kit gauge and wiring? it seems like I could just get a gauge, tap into 12V and run wires for signal. but i dont know if it needs a controller box or something.

someone school me on how wideband wiring works please


EDIT: or do i just need one of these to plug into my O2 sensor that i have?
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Old 05-18-2010, 05:28 PM   #2
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the narrowband gauge is made to process .1-1v, so wideband won't work.

the sensor AEM uses is a VW, with a resistor circuit or something installed at the sensor plug.
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Old 05-18-2010, 05:31 PM   #3
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what narrowband gauge are you referring to. ive been reading on the AEM site and it seems the controller is the part i didnt realize i needed, and what makes it expensive
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about any narrowband that only has wires for 12v,-,ilum, and signal.
Its just translating voltage to a corresponding LED.
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