O2 sensor hook up
In order to convert the Suzuki O2 sensor light to the VW glow plug light, the first thing you need to do is to take out your dash gauge pod assembly. You can do this using a flashlight shining the light through the bulb socket when removed. Next, you will need to find power that is only 12V when the engine is running.
Is he getting fuel and spark? I drove my car more than 20 miles with a broken o2 sensor. It is a cheap mod and pretty easy so I say it is worth doing.
If you don't separate the O2 sensor light, two other lights will light up along with it. You can get this off any newer car with the or motor. No reverse or neutral. See each listing for international shipping options and costs. Again thanks for some insight. October 9, at 7:
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Next, you will need to find power that is only 12V when the engine is running. Wonderful service, prompt, efficient, and accurate.
O2 or Oxygen Sensor Heater
So, when it came to replicating the Rabbit, Jetta or Golf glow plug light, we decided to convert the Suzuki O2 dash sensor light for use as the VW diesel glow plug light. The new sensor has a heater so it will stay working at idle and as soon as you give it gas from coasting. There is a wire coming out of the back of the altenator that does just that. These are all insulated using heat shrink tubing, the yellow wire's connector being shrunk up during installation.
The goal is to separate the O2 sensor light from the other dash lights.
Drozdov_Daniil - 09.10.2017 in 13:15
If there are cut wires around, make sure they are not shorting out.
Steel_White - 15.10.2017 in 19:22
Have you checked to see whether your missing spark or fuel or both? Apr 20, 7.
Blake_Swebice - 23.10.2017 in 07:22