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anybody know what sensor from a autoparts store will work


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Does yours have the WEGO modules? If so I can look through my emails to find the part number.


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yes wego or daytona ,i thought i bought one once for a volkswagon or something a few years ago


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I have two sensors and the controller that I would sell for $250.00 shipped to you.
 
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The Bosch 17014 is about $55 each and the NTK 24321 is about $58 and Rockauto had best price for them as far as I know and I think the end is different than the Daytona 111002 that is $233 each.
I will send you a PM for another option.


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thanks curly


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Bosch 17014

all of those have the wrong connector ,but thanks


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I would change out the FEMALE connector on the module so you can always use the standard Bosch sensor available any where.


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I would change out the FEMALE connector on the module so you can always use the standard Bosch sensor available any where.


that would be a "Standard Ignition S2324" connector.

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joe i have looked that number up 15 times and still not found a pic ,would that replace the connector on the sensor or the harness.thanks for the help you have been helping me a long time


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joe i have looked that number up 15 times and still not found a pic ,would that replace the connector on the sensor or the harness.thanks for the help you have been helping me a long time


it's the harness connector (female)






http://ecatalog.smpcorp.com/ST...rts/num/S2324?type=s


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thanks again joe


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anytime

FYI they are 3.35 @ rockauto

http://www.rockauto.com/en/par...ensor+connector,2604

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thanks again joe



Thanks Joe, He has been a huge help here to!


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This looks interesting. I looked into this a while back for some of my Dyno customers and was told by someone knowledgeable that the lack of resistor (or doubling-up) would be a problem for some controllers. So, I never actually tried it.

So, yea Rusty give it a shot and let us know how it works.
 
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Greg,
It my understanding that if the controller uses “free air” for calibration then there is no need for the resistor. I guess another way to tell is if the controller has 6 wires going to the O2 sensor harness connector. If it does then it is using the resistor in the O2 sensor connector for calibration.

FYI I use Daytona sensor controllers on my dyno. I use these connectors to adapt customers O2 sensors to my controllers if need be.

Joe


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when i started this i needed one more sensor.a while back i had one go bad on a different system(inovate).i dont remember how i found out but bought one at oreillys to fit a vw.it was near 1/2 price.i am now useing rpm and needed one more sensor and thought i might find one local again.it may not be worth trouble when i get with in 25 dollars .still the info learned is very beneficial.


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when i started this i needed one more sensor.a while back i had one go bad on a different system(inovate).i dont remember how i found out but bought one at oreillys to fit a vw.it was near 1/2 price.i am now useing rpm and needed one more sensor and thought i might find one local again.it may not be worth trouble when i get with in 25 dollars .still the info learned is very beneficial.


You're killing me Smalls. LOL

the O2 sensor for $38.03
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bosch...AOSwJqpXobTg&vxp=mtr

the connector for the RPM system $7.89

https://www.ebay.com/itm/6-Pin...rstClass!76542!US!-1

the pin out diagram

http://nebula.wsimg.com/fecfff...tion=0&alloworigin=1

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Rusty, did you call Chris?


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no curly, joe i owe you a coke thanks


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