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If you're an idiot like me and decided to melt your connector on your exhaust manifold, here's a link to some reasonably priced connectors.

These can also be used to make an extension cable if you so desire.

Just thought it'd be handy for you guise :3.

I'll report back once I receive the connector, and hook everything back up.

http://trigger-wheels.com/store/contents/en-uk/d27.html#p184
 

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If you're an idiot like me and decided to melt your connector on your exhaust manifold, here's a link to some reasonably priced connectors.

These can also be used to make an extension cable if you so desire.

Just thought it'd be handy for you guise :3.

I'll report back once I receive the connector, and hook everything back up.

http://trigger-wheels.com/store/contents/en-uk/d27.html#p184
If you've melted a 4.9 sensor your're SOL.

The 4.9 has a calibration resistor in the connector body. If you cut that off your wideband won't read correctly, (like not even close). The 4.9 sensors have lazer etched resistors and are calibrated using lab grade calibration equipment.

It's fine to extend the cable of a 4.9, but you can't replace the connector. The 4.2 sensor doesn't have a factory set, calibration resistor and relies on the controller performing a free air calibration.

The Innovate brand use 4.2 sensors, AEM and many others use the factory calibrated 4.9 sensors.
 

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Just to clarify, the connector attached the the sensor is fine, it's just the extension cable to the wideband sensor box thing.

Please tell me that's okay? :/
 

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God damnit Mr. Slow a little poo came out lol.

Okay, thank fuck for that!
 

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I sent you a PM, just to clarify everything <_>
 
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