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Old 02-22-2013, 02:38 PM   #1
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AFR Gauge Install

Can anyone give me a link to a set of detailed instructions on how to install an Air/Fuel Ratio gauge on my 00' 9-3? Any help is appreciated!
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Is it a wideband or narrowband?
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Old 02-22-2013, 06:40 PM   #3
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Narrowband...

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Narrowband...
...pointless
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Agreed, it's really just a light show. I've had one before.

Here is the write up I did on my '96. If you have a '99 9-3 (T5) then it'll be the same.

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/458565...ab-900/page-5/
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I have a 2000 9-3 T7, if I were to use a wideband with a wideband o2 shoukd I retune?
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I have a 2000 9-3 T7, if I were to use a wideband with a wideband o2 shoukd I retune?
Please, please, please do some searching on this forum and some reading up on your car and what people usually do. If you have questions after that, then start to ask. Pretty much every new topic you have posted has been answered before.
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Old 02-22-2013, 07:57 PM   #9
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I apologiz we but everyone starts somewhere, dont read it.
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:00 PM   #10
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I did look for this topic also, but had no luck, sorry to inconvenience you, but the purpose of a forum is to ask questions and give answers. If you dont want to answer my question then dont comment at all. Thanks!! ☆
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get a wideband a/f gauge, usually they come with a o2 sensor and bung. drill a hole in your downpipe BEFORE the cat, weld the bung in, screw in o2 sensor, run wires to gauge in car, and thats all you really need to do. other than run power wires to the gauge
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get a wideband a/f gauge, usually they come with a o2 sensor and bung. drill a hole in your downpipe BEFORE the cat, weld the bung in, screw in o2 sensor, run wires to gauge in car, and thats all you really need to do. other than run power wires to the gauge
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