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SENSOR, O2, REPLACEMENT, WIDEBAND AIR/FUEL
- ADDITIONAL NOTES
- Bosch LSU4.2 replacement sensor only.
- M18x1.5 Male threads
- 10 in. wire lead with connector
- Free air calibration not required
- Designed specifically for use with AutoMeter Wideband AFR gauges
- Accurate to within 0.1 AFR
- SHIPPED WITH
Can this be used as the replacement O2 sensor for a FAST EFI 1.0? The specs on the FAST sensor are "LSU4 Wideband, 5-Wire, Male 3 Flat Plug"Thank you for your question. This sensor is intended to be used with our Pro series wideband gauges. It is an LSU 4.2. There is also an LSU 4.9 sensor available that we use on our Pro Plus series widebands. I would check with you manufacturer to ensure you get the correct one.Date published: 2019-09-24
I need sensor for E85 are there different sensorsThank you for your question. There are not different sensors for different fuel types, all compatible fuel types, which would include E85, will use the same sensor.Date published: 2019-09-18
Does this replace the O2 sensor in an OBD1 vehicle? Or do I have to add a bung?Hi Ian, thank you so much for contacting us. You will definitely want to add a bung to your exhaust. This does not interface with your existing ECU, only with an AutoMeter gauge. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-05-29
Hi does is this sensor compatible with my 2005 subaru impreza wrx sti that already has an autometer wideband ?Hi Gabe, thank you so much for contacting us. This sensor is the replacement for AutoMeter Street, Analog and Pro Wideband gauges. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-05-29
My Auto meter air fuel gauge is showing 14.9 all the time. Is my sensor bad? Where is it located at on the exhaust? I have a 2007 Roush Mustang with a sc1 pro Charger Super Charger. 4.6 engine.Hi Marvin, thank you so much for contacting us. While that could be an indication of a worn out sender, it's not necessarily a guarantee. I would recommend contacting our tech team at 866.248.6357 and we can help you determine what's going on and get it running properly. As for sensor placement, we typically recommend having it near the collector pointing upwards to avoid condensation. Hope this helps!Date published: 2018-08-20
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