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Old 09-04-2006, 05:29 AM   #1
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what color of wire on the ECU (NA 1.6 90-93) will I tap in order to connect the wire of the A/F gauge for the air flow signal?

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what color of wire on the ECU (NA 1.6 90-93) will I tap in order to connect the wire of the A/F gauge for the air flow signal?

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I don't know about you, but the way mine is set up - It's tapped right into the O2 sensor. How did you come across the idea of using your ECU for a tap area?
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Originally my AFR gauge was tapped into the O2 signal at the ECU.... mostly to keep the wiring simple.

If you get a copy of the Bipes manual, I think it has the wire code for where the O2 signal is.... It should be around 2N or something like that, on my M1 1.8 (note I'm still pre-odb-II though)....

Or I'm sure the FM manual would say as part of the link install too.... Or the O2 clamp. <G>

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