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need wire diagram for o2 sensor

Discussion in '1994-2004 V6 Mustang Tech' started by bravo, Dec 6, 2005.

  1. bravo

    bravo New Member

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    ok i cant find anywere the wire diagram for the 97 mustang v6/gt o2 sensor. i nned to instal some a/f gauges and the 4 wires got me stumped. anyone with some general knowlege plase help.:D
     
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    I'll try to help , but I'm not sure exactly what you need.

    Front Pass. Sensor:
    Grey/red - Octane Adjust Plug / IAT / ete. Seems to be the "power" wire
    Red/white & grey/lt blue - PCM (ECU)
    Red - Ignition control module

    Front Driver Sensor:
    Grey/red - Octane Adjust Plug / IAT / ete. Seems to be the "power" wire
    Red/black & yellow/lt blue - PCM (ECU)
    Red - Ignition control module

    That's all I know on it. Sorry I can' tbe of more help. :eek:
     
  3. bravo

    bravo New Member

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    so wich one is the one that has to be splicedfor the a/f gauge?
     
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    bravo New Member

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    well aparently its not mine . cuz i tried searching and just got nothong on it and then i got the hose by the limit on searches. ohh and i got it up and running and it was a red/black wire , there was no grey/black
     
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    Just heads up that the stock narrowband sensor is useless for any performance or economy tuning.

    Send it back and buy a cheap wideband if you want any useful data.