idles fine, full acceleration seems great, but in between lots of ignition cutting out - '88 90 4 cyl
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Tue Dec 10 14:37:18 EST 2002
Wow! They're under $30. for a German made Bosch unit.
You can very easily cut and spice the connector.
BTDT x 2. Did you check any of the webvendors at
audifans.com? Like rod at The Parts Connection. If
you REALLY want a direct fit, I'm SURE he can beat
that price by a ton. Maybe more like $40-50 or less?
--- Ti Kan <ti at amb.org> wrote:
> Len & Bonnie Lubbers writes:
> > [ single-wire O2 sensor ]
> > I have priced the sensor and done some research on
> the archives. It appears
> > there is some debate whether a sensor is a sensor
> is a sensor. My sensor is
> > the one wire type. I have been unable to get a
> local source with a good
> > price. VW wants 235.00; other prices range from
> 200.00 to 250.00 (for an
> > Eckland).
> Look in your phone book under Automotive Parts, and
> see if you could find
> a Bosch parts dealer. You should be able to get one
> for a much better price
> than the Audi dealer. All VW/Audi single-wire
> sensors are the same.
> > QUESTION 2: Can I rig a 3 wire sensor from my 1990
> parts Jetta to work? I
> > understand these have a heater. Is the heater
> necessary? Does the heater
> > stay on? If so, I would have no trouble wiring in
> a relay.
> Yes, you can use a 3-wire sensor. Just connect the
> heating element
> to the same circuit as your fuel pump (so that it's
> on when the
> fuel pump is running). No relays needed.
> 2003 A4 1.8T multitronic
> 2001 S4 biturbo 6-sp
> 1984 5000S turbo
> 1980 4000 2.0 5-sp
> /// Ti Kan Vorsprung durch
> /// AMB Laboratories, Sunnyvale, CA. USA
> /// ti at amb.org
> ////// http://www.amb.org/ti/
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