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Old 01-05-2004, 02:32 PM   #1
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help asap air/fuel ratio gauge install

i got my air/fuel ratio gauge installed but the guy who is doing it wants to know where or what the edm or pcm is and if there is any pin numbers that he can use to hook it up through the computer. help if you can...thanx

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Old 01-05-2004, 10:26 PM   #2
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EDM i don't know; PCM is Powertrain Control Module. That's the computer in the passenger kickpanel, right?
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yep...he wants to know the color of the wire that runs from that to the o2 sensor so he can splice into that...anybody have a clue what color it is.
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get a chilton, that'd help. sorry, mine is 200 miles away. i don't know anything about the color of wire either. good luck man. why are you installing an a/f guage anyways? :
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Looks. Something to put in the other pod. 8)
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Just jack up the car, put a stand under it, crawl under there, and look at the wires hooked to the 02 sensors, should be simple enough.
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I believe that I heard that the factory 02 sensors were not accurate enough to get a good air/fuel reading on a guage anyhow though. :
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nevermind i ended up finding the answer on the autometer website..thanx anyways guys
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I believe that I heard that the factory 02 sensors were not accurate enough to get a good air/fuel reading on a guage anyhow though.
No guage is accurate. That's why we "gauge" what the engine is doing.
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