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so I dropped my downpipe in order to replace the turbo oil drain gaskets. my innovate wideband sensor is on the my downpipe and hooked to my lcdbc, so I had to unplug the sensor to drop the downpipe. seems to me there is wideband setup procedure that I had to follow when first installing the wideband.

Anyone know if i have to re-do the whole wideband sensor setup procedure after unplugging it?
 

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All of the modern widebands do not require any setup or calibration.
 

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thanks guys! I will assume that no recalibration is required.
 

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the older innovites required a calibration upon set up then once a year iirc their should be a red cap button somewhere in the wiring close to the gauge
 

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darn, i better dig up the innovate owners manual and have a read to make sure I do this correctly.
 

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Yeah lol Innovate LC1 and LC2 are calibration city... if the readings are off and/or you receive an error, then you will know. You might get lucky though!
 

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I found the manual for the lc-2, and it refers to recalibrating after
1) first 3 months of use
2) 1 year or 10000 miles
3) if you power the car without the sensor plugged in
so i better recalibrate !
 
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