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This is a discussion on Gauges.. within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I used my AP today as my boost gauge...

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    I used my AP today as my boost gauge

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    prosport gauges ftW
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    This looks like an old thread but ill give it a shot. i just got in a widband air fuel and oil press. where is my o2 sensor? on the dp? and where is the stock oil press sender? there should be one right. cuz the car needs to trip a cel if it gets to low.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    This looks like an old thread but ill give it a shot. i just got in a widband air fuel and oil press. where is my o2 sensor? on the dp? and where is the stock oil press sender? there should be one right. cuz the car needs to trip a cel if it gets to low.


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    I doubt very much that AF gauge you have is wideband, especially since you are tapping into the stock narrowband O2 sensor. I would try to ditch the AF gauge (it will just flash uselessly), and get something useful.
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    you totaly read that wrong. its wideband. the object is to replace the stock o2 with the wide band. One or two wires go to the computer so it still works with the car. my question was where is the stock sensor located. nevermide though i found it. now my problem lies with the oil pressure sender. its electric and wont thread in to the replacement oil plug. both are 1/8th. so im thinking there is an issue with the standard/metric thing.

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    I installed an autometer in place of the stocker two days ago, seems ok so far. It glows red with the lights on so it matches at night. Its only 7mm bigger so its easy to get used to.
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