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Old 02-06-2014, 08:16 PM   #1
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Auto meter wideband gauge install.

SoI bought the auto meter wideband gauge. It says to drill new hole in exhaust to install the supplied wideband. O2 sensor. But I really do not want to drill a hole in my exhaust. Is there any way I can use my existing o2 bung's or will I have to drill.
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I thought the 11-14's already had widebands installed so just tap off of an existing O2 sensor.
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Yeah they do have factory wideband's. But that's what I'm wondering if you can just tap into the factory o2 sensors instead of installing a new one
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I've seen someone that had there's tapped into the factory ones, work was done by one of the performance shops in s fl
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