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Proper wideband o2 Sensor

If you have a stand alone ecu manage system do you still need the controller that is connected between the gauge and the o2 sensor or no? I bought a Air Fuel Gauge and have a greddy emanage for my ecu tuning but still need to get a wideband o2 sensor and was not sure if i just need the sensor with proper wiring or do I need the controller as well. Thanks in advance for any helpful information.

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Yes you still need the controller for the gauge and sensor to work.
Then you hook the Wideband output wire to the eManage Wideband input.


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