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Old 02-18-2013, 02:17 PM
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DME O2 sensor help

I am in the process of completing my S54 swap in to my e36. I will be the first to say I don't know what I don't know and as such I am finding out what I am missing as I put this thing together. I do not have the harness for the O2 sensors. Thanks to a member here I found out that it is part of the transmission harness. I only need the front two sensors as I am running headers. That said does anyone know if any e46 harness would work. I believe it connects to the dme via the plug missing on the left of this picture. My assumption is that the wiring for the o2 sensors is the same on the e46 chassis so any o2 sensor harness will work with my dme. Anyone know if that is correct? both the harness location and the wiring. Going over my Bentley now and that looks like it might be the case but just want to make sure.
Thanks for any help!
Jay

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