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Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Tuesday, December 22, 2009 9:36 PM
Sorry for giving this epic thread a bump but I have just one question...

The Bosch sensor described in this forum does not fit into my custom exhaust bung. The length of the sensor is longer, and it will not fit into the O2 bung. Any ideas on a shorter heated O2? Maybe an AC Delco one? Any help would be great...this is very frustrating, and I'd hate to have to have the exhaust worked on again.

Thank you,
Kevin

Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Tuesday, March 30, 2010 6:24 PM
okay im trying to find the kit for the pre 2000 j body any help would be great thanks



8 psi with m62 and IAT under 100
Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Sunday, June 02, 2013 2:45 PM
bringing this back from the dead! dont cry, i used the search.

did any place make a 2000 2 wire style retrofit harness to do a heated o2 or was it ONLY the older 1 wire style? rather not have to go lop off some plugs and make my own harness if i dont need to...





M45/OS crank/2.4 snout. It's nice to be injected but I love being blown!
Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Saturday, June 22, 2013 11:13 AM
Should be a sticky..... Worked Great on my 98 with a header.... No more morning chug


Erik Packard
Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Tuesday, March 01, 2016 11:37 AM
Bringing this Zombie thread back.

With all the information in this thread it got quite confusing.

I have an 02. I get where to hook the grey and black wires up to. But the 2 white wires remaining is what I am confused about. Im reading some hooked one of them to the engine block, others I see wired them to the second O2 sensor 2 brown wires. Well on my 4 rear sensor wires(harness side) the colors are brown, black, purple, and tan. I dont see those 4 colors mentioned in this thread.

So which wires should I hook my 2 remaining white wires up to?

Thanks









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Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Tuesday, March 01, 2016 3:03 PM
David Ingram wrote:

Bringing this Zombie thread back.

With all the information in this thread it got quite confusing.

I have an 02. I get where to hook the grey and black wires up to. But the 2 white wires remaining is what I am confused about. Im reading some hooked one of them to the engine block, others I see wired them to the second O2 sensor 2 brown wires. Well on my 4 rear sensor wires(harness side) the colors are brown, black, purple, and tan. I dont see those 4 colors mentioned in this thread.

So which wires should I hook my 2 remaining white wires up to?

Thanks


The 2 white wires are the heater circuit. 1 ground and 1 power. any order doesn't matter.

So you can run separate and power, or like me run off the rear heater circuit. Your brown and tan should be the rear heater circuit.



FU Tuning



Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Tuesday, March 01, 2016 3:23 PM
^^ Gotcha, thanks










~2014 New Z under the knife, same heart different body~
______________________
WHITECAVY no more
2012 numbers - 4SPD AUTOMATIC!!
328 HP
306 TQ
Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Tuesday, March 01, 2016 3:37 PM
Addicted to meth wrote:

David Ingram wrote:

Bringing this Zombie thread back.

With all the information in this thread it got quite confusing.

I have an 02. I get where to hook the grey and black wires up to. But the 2 white wires remaining is what I am confused about. Im reading some hooked one of them to the engine block, others I see wired them to the second O2 sensor 2 brown wires. Well on my 4 rear sensor wires(harness side) the colors are brown, black, purple, and tan. I dont see those 4 colors mentioned in this thread.

So which wires should I hook my 2 remaining white wires up to?

Thanks


The 2 white wires are the heater circuit. 1 ground and 1 power. any order doesn't matter.

So you can run separate and power, or like me run off the rear heater circuit. Your brown and tan should be the rear heater circuit.


So one white wire to brown and the other white wire to tan basically?











~2014 New Z under the knife, same heart different body~
______________________
WHITECAVY no more
2012 numbers - 4SPD AUTOMATIC!!
328 HP
306 TQ
Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Tuesday, March 01, 2016 4:08 PM
David Ingram wrote:

Addicted to meth wrote:

David Ingram wrote:

Bringing this Zombie thread back.

With all the information in this thread it got quite confusing.

I have an 02. I get where to hook the grey and black wires up to. But the 2 white wires remaining is what I am confused about. Im reading some hooked one of them to the engine block, others I see wired them to the second O2 sensor 2 brown wires. Well on my 4 rear sensor wires(harness side) the colors are brown, black, purple, and tan. I dont see those 4 colors mentioned in this thread.

So which wires should I hook my 2 remaining white wires up to?

Thanks


The 2 white wires are the heater circuit. 1 ground and 1 power. any order doesn't matter.

So you can run separate and power, or like me run off the rear heater circuit. Your brown and tan should be the rear heater circuit.


So one white wire to brown and the other white wire to tan basically?


exactly.



FU Tuning



Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Wednesday, March 02, 2016 9:27 AM
Thanks again!










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______________________
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328 HP
306 TQ
Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Wednesday, March 02, 2016 9:46 AM
I have no problem with my stock single wire o2 on my turbo 2200. It's in basically the same position as stock.....

Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Wednesday, March 02, 2016 9:47 AM
14-16" downstream of turbo. Maybe it because the turbo put off more heat than an sc?
Re: Heated O2 Sensor in Modified Exhaust Write Up
Wednesday, March 02, 2016 5:03 PM
Austin Stilwell wrote:

I have no problem with my stock single wire o2 on my turbo 2200. It's in basically the same position as stock.....


I have seen this occur more on the 2.4's than 2200's.

But anything the exhaust flow is too good to not heat the O2 sensor it can cause a problem.



FU Tuning



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