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So I bought a used afx wideband and when I try to calibrate it, it will only say "cal" for about a minute or 2, then go straight to the SEn6 on the display. Hoping it's just the sensor, but in for a little more info.
 

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SEN6 means that the sensing element is cracked or a +wire is open.
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Steve
 

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Thanks. I actually ordered up a sensor last night , as I'm right in the middle of email tuning and we have a huge event next weekend, so I didn't see your pm until now:(
 

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Where do your wires run out of the dash? I have my gauge on top of the dash, wires out the VIN hole and do not care for the placement much any more.
 

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Where do your wires run out of the dash? I have my gauge on top of the dash, wires out the VIN hole and do not care for the placement much any more.
There's a gap between the dash and the cluster, wires fit in there perfect
 

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Another placement option...
The AFX fits in the pocket under the radio with the O2 sensor harness routed through the shifter area.
 

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Another placement option...
The AFX fits in the pocket under the radio with the O2 sensor harness routed through the shifter area.
yep, fits perfect there as well. I just like my wideband right in front of me, as its IMO the most important gauge in the car..


I was debating that location for a while, then decided I'd have it up by the others for easier reference
 
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