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Old 06-07-2005, 11:36 PM   #1
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I'll be installing my defi boost guage and defi air/fuel mixture guage this weekend. I think I have to buy an O2 sensor separately . Where would the sensor go? Where can I get an O2 sensor? How much?
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You shouldn't have to buy anothor o2 sensor, just splice in to the #1 located up front of the exhuast. Ravensblade-impreza has a great section for pinouts on your ecu. by the way how much did you pay for the A/F sensor, my defi's worn't cheap, and I am pretty sure that for the price you paid you could probably get a wideband, the whole purpose of having an O2 sensor is to see where you sit on mixture right?
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You shouldn't have to buy anothor o2 sensor, just splice in to the #1 located up front of the exhuast. Ravensblade-impreza has a great section for pinouts on your ecu. by the way how much did you pay for the A/F sensor, my defi's worn't cheap, and I am pretty sure that for the price you paid you could probably get a wideband, the whole purpose of having an O2 sensor is to see where you sit on mixture right?
okay: If I connect it to the 02 sensor in my exhaust, wouldn't it give me a false reading after I do the mechanical cel fix since it will be sitting out further than normal?

I don't know what a pinout is or does.

I payed $105

I don't know what a wideband is or does.

Yes that's the purpose of the sensor. I just needed another guage to put in my autometer guage cluster(the one that has a guage spot at each end) and I thought it'd be cool to see how rich/lea I'm running.
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