[s-cars] Bosch 13913 plug
douglas.fifield at gmail.com
Wed Aug 2 23:51:12 EDT 2006
I have my 13913 sensor and my mating socket with the wires as you
describe. You talk of rearranging wires in the socket to match the
wire set-up in the sensor plug.
1 How did you rearrange the wires in the socket, and
2 How can you tell which pins on the sensor plug are attached to the
On my generic sensor, the wires are covered in insulation up to the plug.
On 7/13/06, Igor Kessel <KBATPO at comcast.net> wrote:
> Jerry Scott wrote:
> > Bill
> > This appears to be a harness and not just the connector.
> > Jerry
> > Bill Mahoney wrote:
> >> Folk's
> >> I think this may the correct part no. for the three wire 95-7395-cp
> >> available here:
> >> http://pointe-products.com/Items.asp?query=yes&Search=95-7395-cp&x=36&y=13
> >> Dunno for sure it's correct though.
> >> This is a great Igor find since we been lookin for these seemingly forever.
> >> How nice will it be to just plug n play O2 sensors huh?
> >> Thanks Igor!
> >> Bill~O2~M
> Yet, it looks like the one I have. It comes with 4 wires about 15 cm
> long (RED, YEL, BLK, BLK/WHT). I used 3 of those which I rearranged
> inside the plug, so that the YEL and RED are now the heater circuit and
> mate to the two OEM WHT ones. The BLK one mates with the OEM BLK one for
> the signal. I left BLK/WHT unused but did not pull it out from the
> connector because I wanted it to remain waterproof.
> Igor Kessel
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