Nor sure the Bosch is an LAF type. VERY different from the common variety. AFAI remember there is an aftermarket alternative, but it was more like $160 USD.kNOwtalent said:Greetings folks
Has anyone tried to use the bosch universal O2 sensor? My 2001 5speed allready has 70000 miles on it and I know that eventualy the sensor is going to crap out. I can get the insight specific sensor for 264 the uni is 60. thanks
so its a five wire wideband, would that be the same sensor on the 92-95 civic hatch vx? Whats the part number?Aaron Cake said:The LAF sensor is not a standard wideband. It's designed to read much leaner then a standard sensor.
Info here: http://www.insightcentral.net/encyclopedia/enlaf.html
Did some research, the old vx sensor (L1H1) is supposedly the same as our sensor (L2H2) both manufactured by NTK, (subdivision of NGK). only difference is the length of the wires.Aaron Cake said:I doubt it's the same sensor. The Insight's LAF is designed to read very lean. See this page: