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if you are running an obd1 ecu you will be perfectly fine no need for the sensor at all. If you do end up running obd2 you will throw a code for "cfk 2" which can easily be eliminated by jumping 2 other wires on the ecu to trick it into seeing the right voltage.
 

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killme, i'm not sure i'm understanding your statement completely correct but if i am that is not true. An OBD1 car is not looking for the sensor (as there is no wire and the ecu never looks for a signal from it) and on an OBD2 car it will start right up just throw the "cfk 2" code...I know this because i just put a 95 gsr motor in my OBD2 96.
 
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