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Old 06-28-2005, 04:33 PM   #21
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I just orderd an NTK one too, it will be in Tomorrow, NTK is made by NGK
www.ngk.ca have a looksey
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If you need a narrowband OEM replacement then get the AC Delco. If you're looking for a wideband unit then get the NTK.

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I've always wondered about that. Can a wideband o2 sensor give any gain in a stock car? Like with use for the ECU? OBDI or OBDII


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Narrowband, Wideband? Difference? I feel like such a n00b here
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