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Cheffy

posted on 6/8/12 at 10:42 PM Reply With Quote
5 wire lambda wiring

Evening All,

I have a Bosch 0 258 007 057 lambda sensor with 5 wires. They are red, yellow, black, white and grey. I can find plenty of info on 4 wire lambda's but nothing for the 5 wire lambda. Can some kind person tell me which wires are which please?

TIA,

Mart.





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posted on 6/8/12 at 11:17 PM Reply With Quote
This do it?








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Dusty

posted on 7/8/12 at 02:51 AM Reply With Quote
LSU sensor info Says your sensor is for a 1.8T or VR6 golf/jetta or turbo beetle.

[Edited on 7/8/12 by Dusty]

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paulf

posted on 7/8/12 at 03:49 PM Reply With Quote
It is a wide band sensor so will only work when connected via a wide band controller.
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Cheffy

posted on 7/8/12 at 08:26 PM Reply With Quote
Thanks for the replies chaps.

quote:
Originally posted by paulf
It is a wide band sensor so will only work when connected via a wide band controller.
Paul


Does that mean I cannot connect it directly to Megasquirt? I am using MSI with a V3 board, on a 2.0L Zetec Blacktop with GSXR 600 T.B's. Edited to add I am connecting via a relay board and am using EDIS.

I also have a 4 wire Ford Lambda sensor, would I be better off using that?

Thanks again,

Martin.

[Edited on 7/8/12 by Cheffy]

[Edited on 7/8/12 by Cheffy]





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paulf

posted on 7/8/12 at 09:01 PM Reply With Quote
No it cant be connected directly, you would need an LC1 controller or similar.It is possible to use the 4 wire sensor but you will only get an indication of if the engine is rich or weak but not by how much, I used one when i first mega squirted my car and managed to get it to run reasonably well by a mixture of guess work and plug readings.
Paul
quote:
Originally posted by Cheffy
Thanks for the replies chaps.

quote:
Originally posted by paulf
It is a wide band sensor so will only work when connected via a wide band controller.
Paul


Does that mean I cannot connect it directly to Megasquirt? I am using MSI with a V3 board, on a 2.0L Zetec Blacktop with GSXR 600 T.B's. Edited to add I am connecting via a relay board and am using EDIS.

I also have a 4 wire Ford Lambda sensor, would I be better off using that?

Thanks again,

Martin.

[Edited on 7/8/12 by Cheffy]

[Edited on 7/8/12 by Cheffy]

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paulf

posted on 7/8/12 at 09:07 PM Reply With Quote
My car has same engine and throttle body's and uses the Suzuki injectors so my MAP which is now quite refined after a few years adjusting it may be a good starting point for you, it is alpha/n and ignition is by edis also.
I don't have it on this PC but can email a copy to you if you like.
Paul
quote:
Originally posted by Cheffy
Thanks for the replies chaps.


Does that mean I cannot connect it directly to Megasquirt? I am using MSI with a V3 board, on a 2.0L Zetec Blacktop with GSXR 600 T.B's. Edited to add I am connecting via a relay board and am using EDIS.

I also have a 4 wire Ford Lambda sensor, would I be better off using that?

Thanks again,

Martin.

[Edited on 7/8/12 by Cheffy]

[Edited on 7/8/12 by Cheffy]

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Cheffy

posted on 7/8/12 at 09:10 PM Reply With Quote
Ah, right, thanks Paul. I assumed I could connect the Wide Band sensor directly to the MS.

Thanks,

Martin.





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Cheffy

posted on 7/8/12 at 09:22 PM Reply With Quote
Hi Paul,

Thanks for you assistance, U2U sent.

Regards,

Martin/Cheffy





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