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Feature Points
  • Narrowband sensor kit designed specifically for use with AutoMeter narrowband AFR gauges
  • M18x1.5 Male threads
  • 8ft. Wire harness
  • Stainless weld fitting and plug included
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I bought this while ago and just now installing it and wondering where the wires go purple goes to the 02 sensor and black is ground and red goes to ignition?

Asked by: Teddy
Thank you for your question. You are correct. The violet wire goes to the O2 sensor. The black wire goes to ground and the red wire goes to a 5 amp fused and switched 12v positive that turns on with ignition.
Answered by: Alex at AutoMeter
Date published: 2020-05-06

Is the sensor available by itself without the harness? Or a stock application for direct fit as replacement? I believe mine has been contaminated with bad fuel.

Hi, Unfortunately the 2244 is only available in this kit with the hrness. Thanks, Jim
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2020-04-24

Help! 92 Chevy 350 tbi tried teeing N2 the only factory o2sens(1wire/2term) Rough idle So I got a new (ebay/cheap/listed as a narrowband) gauge.

Asked by: ChevyGuy
Thank you for your inquiry. If I understand your question correctly, you are attempting to use this sensor to supply a signal to the PCM on your Chevy. It is designed only as a sensor for our narrow band air/fuel gauges. For further information, you may call our Tech Support line at 866-248-6357.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-12-17

On a gauge and wiring that's already installed, what is the part number for a replacement sensor w/o the wiring? Or do you have to upgrade to another part number and change the plug? Thanks

Asked by: Mitch2
Hi Mitch, thank you for reaching out. We do not have a model number available for just the sensor, but you should be able to acquire any 3 wire, heated narrowband O2 sensor. Just confirm it has the same plug.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-29

I just bought the gauge to go with this o2 sensor was wondering if I should use the 2244 o2 sensor or if my o2 sensor will suffice? 2003 vw gti 1.8T

Asked by: Fast VW
Thank you for reaching out to us. The 2244 O2 sensor kit is a Narrowband sensor and designed to work only with our Narrowband gauge. We have information indicating that VW began using a factory wideband sensor around the 2000 model year, which means our narrowband gauge would not function off the factory sensor and would require the 2244.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-06-04

will this fit an 2006 vz commodore

Asked by: jaxson
Thank you for contacting us. While technically it would be able to be installed, this kit is designed to run an older style Narrowband Air/Fuel Gauge. It may or may not integrate with any of the factory equipment. If you're looking to replace a factory narrowband O2 sensor (as your Commodore would have been equipped with), you'd be better off using one designed for the car, guaranteeing the right connectors/wire length, etc. If you're looking to drive a Narrowband Air/Fuel Gauge, you can tee off of the factory sensor. It is worth mentioning that our Wideband Air/Fuel Gauges do include their own sensor and are much, much more precise in measuring the actual mixture. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Joseph Mills
Date published: 2017-11-07
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