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Old 08-03-2011, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default Narrow band AF gauge

Anyone hooked one of these up? What I'm looking for is what wire in under hood fuse panel do I tap into for the front O2.

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Old 08-05-2011, 01:40 AM   #2
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Dont bother using a narrowband. Useless. If you got one, you've wasted money.
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Yeah man, I'd throw it out. Wideband or nothing.
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Dont even bother trying to hook it up.
A waste of good wiring splices.
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Narrowband is just a Christmas tree light. But if HI and LO are sufficient readouts to monitor your exact air/fuel ratio, then keep it.
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I would believe the narrow band
hooks to its own O2 sensor as
does a wide band O2 guage?
What model and brand is it
so we can look up the installation
instructions to determine what wire
in your stang to hook it up to.
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I have a cobalt a/f gauge narrow band an I was wondering to which wire I can tap for the signal wire for a 2008 v6
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