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Replacement Wideband sensor for AEM UEGO kit

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any well priced locations where i can ge Replacement Wideband sensor for AEM UEGO kit

think they are the Bosch LSU 4.7  .. i think...

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10 minutes ago, Andy_Mac said:

Is 4.7 even a thing? Thought they went from 4.2 to 4.9?

typo 4.9 i mean oops sorry..

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nzefi do them for an alright price if you don't need the connector kits

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1 hour ago, A_J_T said:

What do you consider well priced? I've got a brand new Bosch 0258017025 LSU 4.9 sitting here if you need one in a pinch. $135 

Otherwise something like this might be the treat https://www.amazon.com/Replacement-Replaces-0258017025-Compatible-Wideband/dp/B07L2S3JRG/ref=sr_1_4?keywords=Bosch+0258017025&qid=1551315909&s=gateway&sr=8-4

 

 

do the "replacement" sensors work any good (worth the monies?

 

 

the AEM leaflet says does not need free air cal but is it worth a try at all?

mine reads ultra lean and then spikes rich and normal for a second then back to lean

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7 minutes ago, Pappu1 said:

 

 

do the "replacement" sensors work any good (worth the monies?

 

 

the AEM leaflet says does not need free air cal but is it worth a try at all?

mine reads ultra lean and then spikes rich and normal for a second then back to lean

No idea, i've never had to replace mine from the original that came with my AEM wideband.. but its the same part number as the one I got when I thought mine was dead. Bosch 0258017025

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34 minutes ago, A_J_T said:

No idea, i've never had to replace mine from the original that came with my AEM wideband.. but its the same part number as the one I got when I thought mine was dead. Bosch 0258017025

 how did you fix ypur "dead" unit?

what were thye symptoms

im hoping i can sort mine as well

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@Pappu1 Mine would go super lean and then creep rich over the period of about a minute after turning the ignition on. Turned out to be a bad earth.. the ground wire had come out of the plug. 

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i will check it out 

mine does the exact same thing

stays super lean and then occasion would show rich

and on the odd occasion shows fine on idle

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just inspect the plug on the sensor real good. sometimes you cant tell if the wire has broken off the pin cause its all waterproofed under the rubber grommets etc aem-30-4110-sensor-connector-kit.png

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1 hour ago, Pappu1 said:

you are located in auckland ya?

 

yip

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