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Old May 23rd, 2012, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Narrowband Afr Gauge Install

Got this off evolutionm.net thought someone could use it. Originally posted by "redlne8"

This is a general "How To" on installing an A/F guage. -

Tools needed:

*18 Guage wire
*Wire Nuts/Electrical Tape
*Wire Stripper
*Drill
*X-ACTO Knife
*Patience

1. Start out by routing the RED wire from your A/F guage to a +12V ignigion supply
(a very easy tap would be to your ACC line on your car's CD head unit).

2. Route the black wire to a good ground connection and secure tightly.

3. The third wire will be the one we use to tap into the O2 sensor. You will need to drill a small hole in your firewall to route the wire down through your engine bay and back to the O2 sensor (I drilled mine right below the throttle cable). Be careful the wire does not get too close your your exhaust piping! For this step I did a "cheater" way if you are leary about actually splicing or cutting anything. You want to pull the sleve cover back and then shave the insulation off the BLUE wire of your O2 sensor. Once you have a good inch of wire exposed wrap the last wire (that you routed) from the A/F guage around this exposed portion and tape up tightly to prevent moisture. Slide black sleeve that cover O2 Sensor wires back over and your done.
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Old May 23rd, 2012, 11:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Or, If you have the FIC, just tap into the O2 line there.
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Of course these are pointless gauges unless you just want to make sure you're not running super lean.

Also i don't know about the GS but on the GT the stock harness goes through the driver side wheel well and is a great place to run wires. No drilling required and looks stock!
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Yeh true that. This is mostly for people who don't have fic, or have the reflash and don't want to buy a wideband.
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Yeah that is where I run my wires too. Reminder, this was taken out of the lancer ralliart section on evolutionm.net. So some things may be different.
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I have a hacked off o2 with the two black wires, white power (lolol), and blue sensor wire. From my glow shift gauge, its a green wire. Could i use that o2, or do i have to use an existing one?
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I have a hacked off o2 with the two black wires, white power (lolol), and blue sensor wire. From my glow shift gauge, its a green wire. Could i use that o2, or do i have to use an existing one?
can you take a pic of what your saying man? I'll peek into my engine bay on lunch and compare it to my sensor. It should work. Just tap into the blue wire. If it doesn't work, then just snip your glowshift wire and try another sensor.
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It has to be an active, powered O2 sensor.
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the 2nd gauge is the air/fuel ratio i did mine to the upper o2 sensor (GT)
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its annoying always bouncing around lol
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the 2nd gauge is the air/fuel ratio i did mine to the upper o2 sensor (GT)
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thanks for the vid dude!
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np. i gotta get a better one that ones when i got it done last year.. that damn needle bounces so much mor ethen that lol
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Do the digitals bounce numbers like that too ?
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The digital is more precise. So it will seem that way. And alright thanks xero. I spliced my pre cat sensors into one sensor THUS having an extra O2 sensor. Lol. But i'll just splice into the little blue wire.
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