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Old 30-04-2019, 05:03 AM   #1
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lamber sensor wiring

on the plug that comes from the sensor it has 2 wires on it but the other one that comes from the loom has 3 wires the plug got pulled off and has a misfire can someone tell what wire goes where when the release tag is on top
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You can just crimp or solder the wires, sensor types here..https://www.lambdasensor.com/main/skyline.htm
Try Aliexspress or Amazon for a plug.

But it wont be the sole cause of your misfire as you said it will clear up once run for a while...lambda feedback is used full time in lower loads/RPM and only stops after a certain load range and RPM is used so would return as soon as you where driving in traffic/cruse etc.
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only need to know what side wires go
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car tick over and revs fine drives fine then i get the misfire
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if the wires are the wrong way round what will it cause
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Wire colours here..https://www.lambdasensor.com/main/mcolours.htm

Wire connections incorrect will result in non function of sensor.
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car tick over and revs fine drives fine then i get the misfire
Then the problem is most probably heat related.
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not sure if i uploaded pic of plug
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if i dont boot the car to hard its fine but when i boot it on full boost when i let off it starts to misfire and car seems to hit over 1.something boost think it was mapped to .9 could this be the problem that its overboosting
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mate checked the wires and 2 wires in the wrong place so going to swap them around hopefully cure the problem
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mate checked the wires and 2 wires in the wrong place so going to swap them around hopefully cure the problem
Did you not bother to read the link i gave you...this have the wire colours for the sensors, and if you use the manual you will find the correct wire colours for the loom.

https://www.lambdasensor.com/main/mcolours.htm
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cheers sorted it 2 wires around the wrong way
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