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What is the #thread of a 02sensor??(nt)


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it is to replace the 02 sensor on my 4runner. It uses a non-conventional 02 sensor help in places by 2 12mm nuts. I will tap the existing hole and fit a 2x less expensive 02 sensor.

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The reason I ask is an 02 sensor only returns a rich or lean condition reading, nothing in between. Only a broadband sensor returns values along the scale of lambda or air to fuel ratios. But to address your question, the threads size and pitch is the same whatever that is.

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URL: http://www.makotoautotrends.com/store-detail.asp?sMaker=3&sModel=&maker=BMW&sku=MAT-UNI-OTT-7XIN-DICL-RO2B-CV12

If you read my other post below, it will speak for itslef, thanks, i already know the differences between a wide band 02 sensor and a common 02 sensor.

Unfortunately, my winter beater (1985 4runner)dont runs as factory with a wide band 02 senror, not even my 2002 (of course), even if it have a programmable fuel injection system. It is already something that both vehicles got one...remember how many cars were having a 02 sensor back in 1985??

Only very few programmable injections systems works with wide band lambada, they are too expensive anyways, as does the sensor too. Even few newer cars uses a wide band lambada sensor. Honda does and few others japaneese by my knowledge. I was just looking for the thread of a 02 sensor, no matter the type it is, as i need to do some modifications to put in a 3 wire type to my 4 runner, connected to a homemade a/f meter, maybe the only a/f meter on the planet that dont uses a lm3914 (i use pic16f819 with a/d and 14leds)

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