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UPC: Number of Wires: 5. Voltage Range: V. Mounting Style: Thread-in. Oxygen Sensor Bung Included: No. Wiring Harness Included: Yes. Quantity: Sold individually. Notes: Wideband O2 sensor. Save the environment and gasoline dollars. Tune-up with Bosch premium original equipment type oxygen sensors for lower emissions and greater fuel economy.Log In or Create Account Optional.
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Feb 5, 1. Does anyone know the application of some of the bosch LSU wideband sensors? I know the one i had on my first wideband was a part from a saturn wagon V6 and the part number was a direct bosch number but they can't look that up at o'reilly's Anyone know?? Problem is i have a car to tune now and my stand alone wideband that i use for customer's cars needs a new sensor and we want to get this thing on the road and tuned ASAP Buy at FealSuspensionStore.
Feb 5, 2. A Bosch LSU 4. Feb 5, 3. Got mine from Auto Zone to replace the one that came with my brand new Innovative kit. The laser etched number on the O2 was an exact match.
Feb 6, 4. Feb 6, 5. Cool, thanks, this gives me enough to start looking around, might have one and be tuning by tonight.
Feb 9, 6. Feb 9, 7. Btw, here is a list of cars that use them, if you need that info for warranty Product Application at PartsAmerica. Feb 9, 8. Napa has cheap sensor also. Feb 10, 9. Damn, my oreilly's coulsn't find it by the number Feb 16, Feb 19, If so i think i'll keep this for my car and take the one from my car to use in the portable wideband that i put in every one's car.Posted by Raymos24Aug 25, Featured Products from our Supporting Vendors.
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Aug 25, 1. Hey guys, so after snooping around the web I think I found out that the bosch part number for the aem uego replacement sensor is the BOSCH Can anyone confirm this? I was on AEM's website and it says that to use their wideband you need to buy the sensor from them because it has some kind of special laser encrypting. Is this true? Can't I just buy the Bosch sensor and plug it up and go?
Thanks for any help in advance. Buy at FealSuspensionStore. Aug 25, 2. I had the VW part for it that I always used to replace it. Click here for Autozone Link For the record, I've been running that sensor above for over a year for my uego. It's just now starting to die.
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Aug 25, 3. The autozone price is cheaper then most sellers on ebay and the zone carries a warranty. Aug 25, 4. So is this bosch o2 a cheaper way to go wideband, or is this a replacement o2 for someone already running a wide band?This article was first written in Back then, the LSU4. Most wideband controllers in the market only supported LSU4. Now it is clear that the new technology IS better than the old.
The major difference between LSU 4. What does this mean? Basically the reference air can deteriorate while the reference electric signal does not. The technology was to keep the pumping cell balanced with the reference air cell, by pumping the oxygen out of the pumping cell.
The pumping current was the indication of the actual AFR in the exhaust gas. The bigger the pumping current, the more the oxygen in the exhaust, and vice versa. Therefore the reference air was vital to the accuracy of the sensor, because it was THE reference. It worked well in the lab, but not so good in the real life, because the environment around the sensor on a car was much worse. The reference air cell could be contaminated by the surrounding pollution.
Once the reference air was contaminated, the whole characteristics of the sensor were shifted to the lower side. This was the biggest problem of LSU 4. And it caused the big quality issue to Bosch. The LSU 4. Instead, it used a reference pumping current which was equivalent to the reference air, but without having the physical air in the cell.
So the technology became: the actual pumping current was compared to the reference pumping current to maintain the balance. The actual pumping current was still the indication of the actual AFR, but the reference was a calibrated electrical signal, and stayed same all the time, all the situations.
LSU 4. As a result, LSU 4. Only since then, Bosch LSU sensors have been used widely in the auto industries. No more 4. Most aftermarket wideband controllers are still using LSU 4. Bosch sells the LSU 4. Plus, many of those companies do not want to or are not able to adapt the new LSU 4. There is a big mis-understanding that LSU 4. There is a diesel version of LSU 4. In fact, it is the most popular gasoline engine O2 sensor now, not only because it measures wide range of AFR, but also because it has the very good reliability, and high accuracy.
There are a few wideband controller companies in the aftermarket using LSU 4. But that does not mean all controllers using LSU 4.
Even with the same LSU 4. You can imagine that those wideband gauges do not have good accuracy and fast response rate because they are not designed for those purposes. Those gauges are more for good looking than for engine tuning purposes. For engine controls, the accuracy and response rate are the most critical characteristics of a wideband controller. One way to tell whether a wideband controller is good or not, is to see whether it can be used as a feedback device for the ECU.
A feedback device must provide a real-time signal in the fast rate and high accuracy, even under dynamic situations.
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However, this can result in some functions no longer being available. For information on deleting the cookies, please consult your browser's help function. From there, production grew steadily and the Oxygen Sensor became an essential tool for fuel efficiency and the reduction of CO2 emissions.
To date, Bosch has produced 1 billion Oxygen Sensors. It took 32 years — from to — to reach the production record of million pieces, but only eight years — from to — to double the production figures to 1 billion sensors. Bosch Oxygen Sensors continue to lead the market with their high-quality reputation; an attribute that has defined Bosch since its inception.
Unfortunately, the symptoms of a slow or even a dead sensor are not always obvious to the vehicle owner. Some symptoms of failed oxygen sensors are:. An oxygen sensor can fail prematurely if it becomes contaminated with phosphorus from excessive oil consumption, silicone from internal coolant leaks, using silicone sealant in the engine and some over-the-counter fuel additives.Cross Reference Services
Even a small amount of poorly refined gasoline can affect an oxygen sensor. Environmental factors such as road splash, salt, oil and dirt can also cause a sensor to fail — as can thermal shock, mechanical stress, or mishandling. However as required by vehicle manufacturers, Bosch sensors are designed and tested with these conditions in mind.
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