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Old 02-16-2004, 06:50 PM
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Does anyone have a list of the vehicles that come from the factory with wideband o2 sensors? I've heard the Civic VX is one, and my friend says his 2001 Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS has one also. I'd be interested to know which vehicles have one, and what type they are--to see if they will work with the diy-wbO2 kit.
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Old 02-16-2004, 07:03 PM
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01-02ish Volvo S80's had them
01-02ish VW's had two different styles
92-95 Civic VX
96-98 Civic HX

i will look up the PN's when im at work on wedsday if you want...
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Old 02-16-2004, 08:30 PM
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ALL OBD1 and newer BMW's have them, but they are gay ones that people don't use. as are mercedes
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Old 02-16-2004, 08:33 PM
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I had to pay $130 for one new o2 sensor on my obd2 1997 m3. actually I bought two so you do the math. It sucked. I was thinking they had to be wideband because no way narrowband would cost that much.
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Originally Posted by bambooseven
ALL OBD1 and newer BMW's have them, but they are gay ones that people don't use. as are mercedes
umm, not listed in the 02 Bosch oxgen sensor book.... i found 5...the ones posted above in my post...
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Old 02-16-2004, 08:39 PM
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I work at a BMW dealership, the techs all said they were WB's but they were some sort of different type of deal then the rest of them, I looked at the plug on the sensors, they have like 10+ pins i'm not sure what it's about. it doesn't matter much as we're not going to be able to use 'em anytime soon and If we were you'dd still have to pay a rediculous amount of money for one. I'd say stick with the L1H1 of the bosch mamajamma, tried and true is good enough for me
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Old 02-16-2004, 08:42 PM
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Originally Posted by bambooseven
I work at a BMW dealership, the techs all said they were WB's but they were some sort of different type of deal then the rest of them, I looked at the plug on the sensors, they have like 10+ pins i'm not sure what it's about. it doesn't matter much as we're not going to be able to use 'em anytime soon and If we were you'dd still have to pay a rediculous amount of money for one. I'd say stick with the L1H1 of the bosch mamajamma, tried and true is good enough for me
that's weird because on the 97 m3 sensors (obd2) they are only 4 pins per sensor. I swear. I did the sensors myself.

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are you guys sure that 2000 and newer subaru impreza 2.5 rs didn't use wideband for the front sensor?
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Old 02-16-2004, 08:56 PM
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that's even more wierd cause I looked at an E36 m3 sensor just a few days ago and it was all crazy, I'll check in the BMW ETK tomorrow and see if there is multiple part #'s or some weird reaon why this is, or maybe its E46 and newer and I was looking at the wrong sensor? i don't know
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Old 02-17-2004, 04:46 PM
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YEAH WE HAVE BEEN WONDERING IF SOME HONDA O2'S ARE WIDEBANDS AND KEEP COMING UP WITH THE VX AND THE 5 SPD HX.
PARTS #'S ARE 36531-P07-003 LIST FROM HONDA IS $373.80 IT IS ALSO A 5 WIRE O2. THE HX 5 SPD # IS 36531-P2M-A01 LIST IS $452.75 NOT TO SURE IF IT IS 4 OR 5 WIRE. NOT SURE IF THIS HELPS BUT I FIGURE I WOULD TRY TO HELP...
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Old 02-17-2004, 04:51 PM
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---- THAT'S EXPENSIVE
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