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I am putting together a Megasquirt EFI system for a Buick 215 and realized I have 55,000 miles on my 2002 GT and it might be ready for an O2 sensor as they say that they are good for 30,000 to 50,000 miles.8D

The local parts house said there are 2 used on my car, one before the catalytic converter for $89.99, and one after the catalytic converter for $459.99!:pirate:

I only see one O2 sensor before the CAT with 4 wires in the plug.

Is the listing for either short band and wide band O2 sensors because the engine might use either depending on application?:puzzled:

I know where to get a Wide band O2 for $30, I can't believe the more common short band O2 sensor would cost more.

If so, I'll adapt a cheaper unit!:bandit:
 

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The XD uses a narrow band o2 sensor. The XD2's (04+) have the wide band unit.
 

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Dammit. Double posts.

[Edited by cclngthr on Oct 30, 2005 8:30 PM]
 

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Originally posted by cclngthr
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The XD uses a narrow band o2 sensor. The XD2's (04+) have the wide band unit.
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I don't know what XD and XD2 is, but mine is a 2002 model so you are telling me it's a narrow band unit?
 

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Originally posted by RED02GT
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Originally posted by cclngthr
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The XD uses a narrow band o2 sensor. The XD2's (04+) have the wide band unit.
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I don't know what XD and XD2 is, but mine is a 2002 model so you are telling me it's a narrow band unit?
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XD= 01-03, narrowband
XD2= 04-06 Wideband

On the 07 Elantra, the designation will be HD.
 

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what about the LC2's?
 
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