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 Post subject: Re: Air/Fuel Gauge install - EF Wiring Questions
Posted: Tue Aug 24, 2010 10:13 pm 
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FATT EF wrote:
Was frustrating at first starting the car for testing 3 times...no response. But when the you start driving it kicks in. Is that correct?

I also see what you mean about the needle jumping around. Occassionally it cant get a reading properly. I guess that's where the wideband setup helps out yeah?



yeah it takes a bit for the needle to move, then it stays and jumps about, but still gives u a rough reading, and yes wideband sensor helps alot

 

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 Post subject: Re: Air/Fuel Gauge install - EF Wiring Questions
Posted: Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:49 am 
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can someone put up a part No. for the wideband c02 sensor ebay have them BOSCH $175 plus post but i am unsure if its what people have used?

i piggied mine just above the join clip in the engine bay off the Green/Blue wire it does the same thing it staggers around as you drive but looses reading when you put the foot down then comes but when you back off under 1500revs i have a ShiftGlow gauge from the US?

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