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Old 03-06-2013, 11:50 AM   #1
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Going to ask this here and save rev from some of my noob questions.

I've got my rev ms3 and about to install. What happens with the stock narrowband sensor? No longer needed and use the bung for the wideband?

The rev harness has a free colored wire for the wideband, I'm guessing the stock wiring may not be used to get any signal or power to/from the wideband?

Car is a 2001, searched the stickies etc and couldn't find anything on using some of the oem wiring for the w/b?

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Telling us to be gentle, then calling us female dogs, is not gonna get you the answers you're looking for.

But because I'm in a good mood today:

yes take it out and chuck it. Use wideband in same location. Profit.

You CAN use the stock wiring, but only if rev set it up for you that way. Either way would work
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Thanks. I'm sure he would have used the stock wiring if possible but didn't see anything in the documentation. Thanks.
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