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2006 hyundai cel
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2006 hyundai cel
i have a 2006 hyundai sonata with 1 electrolyzer. i have minimal gain so i tried to put 02 ext. on the front sensor and my cel comes on. do both 02 sensors need ext? i would try an efie but i read on here that they don't work on afr's. how do i tell if my sensor is an afr or not? and do both sensors need efies? thanks in advance for the help.
06-08-2008 05:41 PM
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RE: 2006 hyundai cel
Only o2 sensors before the catalytic converter need an extender or EFIE.

You should get that CEL read so you know what is at fault.

Check the "What do I need to know about my oxygen sensor" on the documents page (below).

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06-08-2008 05:48 PM
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RE: 2006 hyundai cel
i had the following codes
p0130-ho2s 11 ckt condition
p0030-ho2s heater control ckt bank 1 sensor 1
p0170-fuel trim bank one

with just the ext on the before cat sensor it also makes my car jump, miss and die. i put another ext. on post cat sensor and will retest tomorrow. both my sensors have 2 white, 1 gray and 1 black wire. does that mean these are wide band 02 sensors and not afr's?
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06-08-2008 06:45 PM
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RE: 2006 hyundai cel
The sensor post cat is just used to report the health of the cat.

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06-08-2008 06:57 PM
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RE: 2006 hyundai cel
Are you sure you remembered to plug in the o2 after installing the extender? Is it possible you damaged or pinched the wiring?

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06-08-2008 06:58 PM
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RE: 2006 hyundai cel
i know i plugged them in but i will check again and be sure i didn't damage wiring.
06-08-2008 07:09 PM
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fordsohc46 Wrote:both my sensors have 2 white, 1 gray and 1 black wire. does that mean these are wide band 02 sensors and not afr's?

Sorry, missed this.
It just means you have 2 wires with 12 volts for the heater. All 3 sensors come in 4 wire versions.

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06-08-2008 07:23 PM
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so how do i know if i have afr or wide band sensor?

also cel came back on again today and i checked all wires they are ok. i guess i can't use o2 ext. on my car but i will put efies if i know they will work any help would be apprec.

thanks for your help so far.
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06-09-2008 10:13 AM
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