some1 on the 1.6 section told me that i should be fine because another 1.6 turbo owner doesnt mention anything about changing o2 sensors but yeah if jwt says then i dunno, what about if i use a wideband o2 sensor?I still have my stock O2, but I don't have the JWT ECU. But if they say you need it I'm sure there's a reason.
i'll see what ben at jwt tells me tomorrow. i sent him a pic of a stock sr20 o2 sensor and asked him if i can use it. but the sr o2 sensor has two wires and the stock one has one. where will the second wire go?I believe a wideband o2 sensor is just so you can monitor your air/fuel ratio, it is completely seperate from the o2 system the car uses for engine management....i think.
yeah one wire to your stock ga16de ecu, i have a sr20 ecu which has 2 wires but i was looking at a wiring diagram for the sr and i only see one wire. " i'lll have to take a look at my friends sr to see how many wires she has.Nope NA but if you have a single wire O2 then it wont matter. SIngle wire is a single wire. Just crimp and save.
I apologize, i just wanted to get an answer as quick as i could, different people look at different sections. once again i apologize.Glad you have your answer. In the future please adhere to one of the forum rules which is not cross posting duplicate topics in different forums.