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Old 01-11-2008, 01:46 AM   #1
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Default Wideband O2 sensor and CA emissions

I disabled my stock narrowband O2 and wired my ECU to read the wideband signal through my PLX set-up. Only now am I realizing that it might affect my ability to pass CA emissions. Does anybody know what effect, if any, the wideband O2 set-up will have?

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If it is properly simulating the narrowband O2 sensor then you should have no problem. That said, I don't have any actual experience with trying that.
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im pretty sure my plx is sending a decent signal to my stock ecu... shouldnt be a problem
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