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2007 Mustang GT/CS 02 sensor

what are the stock 02 sensors on the 07 gt mustang. i know there are 4 02 sensor but are they wideband or somthing else?

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HEGO sensors. As far AS I KNOW THEY ARE NOT WIDE BAND.


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is it a narrow band then??? i cant figure it out at all
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Basically narrow band sensors work on voltage variables

Wide band work on CURRENT variables.

If you can read the voltage output with a scan tool on the O2 sensor it is a narrow band. If you cant read voltage it is a wide band. Normally but not always Wide band sensors are 5 wire units

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my o2 sencers have 4 wires
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