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Old 05-05-2012, 01:47 AM   #1
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Does anyone know if you can buy just the WB part of the harness? The main harness was the unterminated universal harness. The WB part is plenty long enough to reach the O2. The J2A comes with a pre-terminated harness for the second O2 and more then likely will end up melted because it can't be routed correctly for the NTK O2. Bosch has like a 2 foot harness while the NTK has like a 6 inch harness.
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I don't see a sub-harness available, however, you can make your own WBO2 extension harness. This is for the knock sensor connection, but you get the idea:
http://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/sh...?post/1984439/
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Thanks I'll look into that.
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Thanks I'll look into that.
http://delphi.com/pdf/contact/brochu...balCatalog.pdf (Page 2.16 has the part numbers you need.)
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I don't see a sub-harness available, however, you can make your own WBO2 extension harness.
This is for the knock sensor connection, but you get the idea: http://www.chevytalk.org/fusionbb/sh...?post/1984439/
Update: I found this Holley 534-199 wideband O2 sensor "extension harness":
http://www.holleyinjection.com/EXTENSION_CABLE-_WB02
(For Holley's Bosch LSU4.2 and NTK UEGO wideband sensors.)







Bosch LSU4.2 WBO2 Sensor


NTK WBO2 Sensor
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Update: I found this Holley 534-199 wideband O2 sensor "extension harness":
http://www.holleyinjection.com/EXTENSION_CABLE-_WB02
(For Holley's Bosch LSU4.2 and NTK UEGO wideband sensors.)







Bosch LSU4.2 WBO2 Sensor


NTK WBO2 Sensor
Thanks that keeps me from making it.
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Thanks, that keeps me from making it.
I thought you'd like that. LOL!


For reference:
Holley replacement Bosch LSU4.2 WBO2 sensor (sold separately) #554-101
Holley replacement NTK UEGO WBO2 sensor (sold separately) #554-100
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