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Making your own rear o2 bypass/simulator

Posted by BoBbOrAzE, Apr 1, 2006

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  1. BoBbOrAzE

    BoBbOrAzE Proven Member

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    Similar to vfaq's tutorial I will show you how to create a rear o2 bypass/simulator using parts available from your local radio shack.

    Parts needed:
    1 - Mohm resistor
    3 - 50ohm/10watt resistors
    1 - 1µF capacitor

    (It is possible to use other variations than the 50ohm/10watt resistors I have chosen, like I said this is what was available. Myself and others have proven that they work perfectly fine)


    I began by gathering all the parts required and I personally purchased a cheap aluminum box to contain everything once finished. To establish the best connection I would highly recommend soldering each connection. (also available at radio shack)

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    One option would be to remove the entire sensor and line from the vehicle and attach it to the existing wires. I decided I was going to just splice it underneath the vehicle. I didnt have much wire to choose from at home so I simply used some thick stranded wire I found and cut out points on it as shown below.

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    The layout, (the colors are accurate/same wire colors on the sensor)

    View attachment o2 sim layout.bmp

    I set all the parts in order for them to be soldered to the wiring.

    Edit: I was notified that I had switched the resistor and capacitor around from my diagram. I didn't even realize that. Not a problem though, they are in parallel so either way works.
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    Then soldered everything together

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    Next I taped everything up and played with the aluminum box in my vise and created a smaller mountable enclosure.

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    Placed everything inside

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    And that's it! Just splice the corresponding wires to the o2 wires. Obviously I did a little extra than necessary and took some different steps but those are the basics

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    *It has been brought to my attention that some have said that the 3 50ohm resistors are not enough, I personally have never had a problem but being the case there is no harm in adding a 4th resistor.
     
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  2. BoBbOrAzE

    BoBbOrAzE Proven Member

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    ~ For safety issues I would highly recommend placing this outside the vehicle.
    ~ Be sure to check on it a couple times even after the light is cleared just to make sure its working fine and doesnt get too hot
    ~ If your nervous about hooking it up wrong- if worse comes to worse ive been told a resistor will simply melt or a a part will just fizz out and disconnect. Its no biggie, especially with the entire thing being <$7
     

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