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Old 10-12-2008, 07:06 PM   #1
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my cat was cutt off a while back by some guy with a sazall i am currently running a strait pipe and wanting to put my voltage regulator on the senson wire to send back the proper voltage

my question is what is the voltage range the computer would be looking for and which wire does what like is it lookin for two different voltage readings?

its a 4 wire sensor on a 98sc2 dohc 5spd
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Go buy a pair of 18mm sparkplug anti foulers and an O2 sensor bung. Install bung and then install both anti foulers. Put the rear O2 sensor in the antifouler. It will be happy and the code will go away. The O2 sensor output is a complex waveform.

Or, spend money here, its about the cost of the CAT. http://www.o2simulator.com/
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^ ^ ^ What he said. If it were so easy to defeat the emissions system then this info would have been put out years ago on every car site. If you search in the mods or tech section you may find a recent member with information on tricking the O2 sensor but there's no guarantee on it.
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If you look, there are devices out there to fake the O2 sensor's signal.
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