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O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
on: 30 April, 2020, 10:20:39 AM
Hello to all
i am thinking of changing exhausts from 4 in 2 which i have now (2006) to 4 in 1 of the newer model.

I see than O2 sensor has different part number.
Is it really different?

36531MFAD01 vs 36531MGJD01

Has anyone done this replacement ?

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Dimitris

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Re: O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
Reply #1 on: 27 November, 2020, 12:17:17 PM
It is not,as i found out

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Re: O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
Reply #2 on: 27 November, 2020, 07:47:46 PM

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Re: Mk2 headers on Mk1
Reply #7 on: 21 November, 2020, 08:04:25 PM

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*Originally Posted by NeiljohnUK [+]
So did you do it? My Mk1 downpipes have split and she's just failed the MoT due to 'excessive exhaust leakage' as a result, so I'm now looking at changing the whole system, as Mk1 exhausts are impossible to find good used, except from breakers in eastern Europe...

Well it's possible, Mk2 on to Mk1 now done, mainstand has to come off, the springs are in the way, and the lambda sensor cable is too short with the wrong plug, extend with original sensors cable.

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Re: O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
Reply #3 on: 28 November, 2020, 10:21:42 AM
well
i tried to do the same but i was unprepared and gave up.

You have 2 options
Get a used 4 in 1 from the newer model. But needs modification to fit. Also new o2 sensor or o2 eliminator.
Get am aftermarket 4 in 1 , but i am not sure if you can find one. If you do , let me know.

I would like to get rid of the catalyst and the only option is a hand made exhaust.
 

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Re: O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
Reply #4 on: 28 November, 2020, 01:58:32 PM
If I was a gambling man I'd wager the only difference between one lambda sensor and the other is the length of the wiring. Both the SC58 and SC64 have 4 wire lambda sensors with the same wiring connections

Loom                       Sensor
Green/orange           Grey (ground)
Orange/white            Black (signal)
Black/white              White (heater)
Black/green              White (heater)

The grey, black,white,white wiring of the sensor is generic across virtually all 4 wire lambda sensors. All of which probably means that splicing the connector wiring of one sensor into the other to extend the wiring length will modify one to fit the other. Disclaimer - At your own risk, I'm not a gambling man, blah, blah, blah.
 

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Re: O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
Reply #5 on: 28 November, 2020, 02:56:49 PM
Unfortunately , there is  difference at the thread.
I found it out when i bought my new exhaust which is for sale now
https://www.car.gr/parts/view/28569094-laimoi-eksatmisis-4-se-1-honda-cbf1000


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Re: O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
Reply #6 on: 28 November, 2020, 03:23:44 PM
*Originally Posted by g5guzzi [+]
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Re: Mk2 headers on Mk1
Reply #7 on: 21 November, 2020, 08:04:25 PM

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*Originally Posted by NeiljohnUK [+]
So did you do it? My Mk1 downpipes have split and she's just failed the MoT due to 'excessive exhaust leakage' as a result, so I'm now looking at changing the whole system, as Mk1 exhausts are impossible to find good used, except from breakers in eastern Europe...

Well it's possible, Mk2 on to Mk1 now done, mainstand has to come off, the springs are in the way, and the lambda sensor cable is too short with the wrong plug, extend with original sensors cable.

Indeed thats what I found, the lambda sensor thread sizes are different, and the cables are different lengths with different plugs, you can cut and join the original cable on to the newer one's cable as I have done, though I also have the option to fit an eliminator plug that I bought just in case.
Formerly an EMT (1), now a Superintendent, not that makes any difference, still just as crazy...
I ride for pleasure, commute mostly by PTW, do most of my own spannering.
Started to do my IAM, having done the RoSPA version years ago, seems I'm not fast enough, unlike the Chief Observer I'm not prepared to do 50+ in a 40 limit, so I've given it up as a bad job, 'too slow to pass, too old to care'!

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Re: O2 Sensor of 2006 is the same with 2011
Reply #7 on: 28 November, 2020, 07:26:54 PM
*Originally Posted by Jimav [+]
Unfortunately , there is  difference at the thread.
I found it out when i bought my new exhaust...

I stand corrected then but how misleading is this

*Originally Posted by NeiljohnUK [+]
Well it's possible, Mk2 on to Mk1 now done, mainstand has to come off, the springs are in the way, and the lambda sensor cable is too short with the wrong plug, extend with original sensors cable.


 


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