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Thread: AEM UEGO Replacement Sensor (Screw You AEM Im Not Paying What You Want)

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    AEM UEGO Replacement Sensor (Screw You AEM Im Not Paying What You Want)

    just thought i would post here also for those of you with a aem wideband gauge you do not need to buy a aem "branded" wideband sensor and get taking for more money than it is worth...

    recently my aem sensor failed and after looking at the prices online i wasnt gonna drop that amount on a new sensor since mine failed within 9 months of having it new. so after looking at the old sensor i noticed it was a bosch sensor. n knowing how aem runs their business they pry just use a oem sensor bosch already makes and rebrands it as theirs and ups the price will screw that aem i found a way around that...

    since i work at a local autoparts store i found a bosch sensor that will work for us without cutting and hacking apart the wires yes that is right its a direct plug in and go swap

    anyways the part number for the sensor that will work is

    bosch number - 17018 and for a walkin customer at oreilly autoparts it would be only 62 bucks alot cheaper than any aem replacement i found

    (if this is in the wrong section please feel free to move this mods)

    hopefully this will save some ppl money!

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    thanks good info.. as mine is starting to go reading 1.8 off already. gotta get a new O2 sensor too.

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    Sick, awesome info. Just for shits and giggles, how much do you get it for with your discount? Not sure I have an oReilly's by me.

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    Just depends on the actually part. I this part I paid 52 bucks so 10 off the normal

    This sensor can b bought tho where any bosch sensors r sold

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    Awesome find man. Great job.
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    Great find, repped!

    Side note, you guys need avatars asap.

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    Mine has been off by like 1.5 - 2 points since I boosted. Ive never hooked kpro up and ran it with a pull. When I hit boost my AEM gauge goes to 10.0 and stays there. So I assume it goes lower. But since its off by those 2 points, would I be really be at 12.0ish?
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    ^ mad fail but now I realize kpro doesnt read your A/F lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06_typeS View Post
    ^ mad fail but now I realize kpro doesnt read your A/F lol
    Well kpro does read your a/f from your primary O2 sensor. But I'm not too sure how accurate mine is either. I don't have an aem wideband But if it hits a 10:1 I wouldn't just assume it's at a 12:1 I'd have to check that out and make sure.
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    You need to have an accurate primary o2 if you're getting tuned

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