2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Wideband o2 Placement in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I was just wondering what the best place to install my wideband o2 sensor would be? I am planning on ...
I was just wondering what the best place to install my wideband o2 sensor would be? I am planning on mounting it permanently and can deal with the fact that I will probably have to replace the sensor yearly. Can I just put it in one of the bungs for the post-cat o2s since they are already tuned out? Or should I have a bung welded in pre-cat right after the pre-cat o2s? Which bank should I install it in? Driver side or passenger side? Thanks!
Yeah that was a joke.... Having two is only good in case something goes wrong... if you see one bank running lean or richer than the other then you know to check your engine out.
Thought so. I have been reading so much about tuning and widebands the last couple of days it's making my brain hurt! Between reading about this this, work, and summer school I don't know what time I'm even going to have to try and start tuning the car (well playing with tunes I already love the tune it has in it!)!
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I got the LC-1
Might put it in place of the rear sensor.
From what I understand you won't want to put it post cat because it will give you a leaner reading then the true reading. I got the LC-1 too, but Trambow gave me a full LM-1 kit with the HPtuners stuff so i may go with the LC-1 to run the A/f protection on my nitrous controller and my gauge and the LM-1 for tuning.