How much does a wideband air-fuel ratio sensor cost to buy+install if you do it at a garage/shop?
Cuz I am getting a CAI next spring, and I thought it might be good to make sure the tune i got wasnt running to lean or rich. But I am probably going to get it done at Evo so I probably don't need to worry. 375 is a bit more than I thought it would be. If they don't last long, I think I might just forget it.BlueStreak03 said:I think I paid right around $375 for my kit and it took about 90 minutes to install because the exhaust has to be tapped and a bung welded in for the new sensor to go in. Out of curiosity, why are you considering an A/F ratio meter?
Does the wideband have to go in front of the cats or can it go in the rear O2 bung? I guess in my case (with gutted cats), it probably wouldn't really matter.GTRaptor said:One important info about wide band sensors is their life, they dont last long, so if you get one use it only while you tune the car, then remove it and replace with a regular O2 or a plug.
I got the UEGO 1000 which includes the wideband sensor, got it for about the same price as BlueStreak.
The O2 sensor alone, costs around $80.
I have not seen this to be the case with the ones I have or the guys I run with....GTRaptor said:One important info about wide band sensors is their life, they dont last long, so if you get one use it only while you tune the car, then remove it and replace with a regular O2 or a plug.