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hey guys,

ive got an autometer air/fuel ratio gauge here, but no wiring instructions just wondering if anyone here has got them, or knows what goes where.

there are four wires.

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purple oxy sensor input on ecu
red ignition
black earth
white dash lights
 

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make sure u run a fuse for the power wire mate... ive killed one before by accident
 

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there as useless as tits on a bull hahaha.
hooking one of these up to a standard closed loop narrow band oxy sensor will give little to nil feedback to the gauge.
If you really "need" an indication of your ratios then spend a couple of hundred for a wideband kit which will come with sensor and a prettier looking gauge with probably a few more features as well.
But be honest do you really need an air fuel ratio gauge on your car?
if not then why even bother hooking it up, no one will ever know hahah
 

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there as useless as tits on a bull hahaha.
hooking one of these up to a standard closed loop narrow band oxy sensor will give little to nil feedback to the gauge.
If you really "need" an indication of your ratios then spend a couple of hundred for a wideband kit which will come with sensor and a prettier looking gauge with probably a few more features as well.
But be honest do you really need an air fuel ratio gauge on your car?
if not then why even bother hooking it up, no one will ever know hahah
only after a slight indication at this stage, looking into wideband later on. :)
 
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