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SENSOR, O2, KIT, NARROWBAND AIR/FUEL

SENSOR, O2, KIT, NARROWBAND AIR/FUEL

Product # 2244
$122.16

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Description
SENSOR, O2, KIT, NARROWBAND AIR/FUEL
ADDITIONAL NOTES

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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Questions

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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