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Tunerstudio and AEM UEGO...Help?

Old 07-12-2010, 02:17 AM
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Ahhh so I went from an LC-1 because of the headaches and all the money I had to spend to get a reliable one to an AEM UEGO. Such an easier install, but I ran into the same thing everybody else does with getting the UEGO to read with MS. I have the 0-5v wire from the UEGO running to the same wire coming out of my harness that I used with the LC-1 for datalogging. After lots of searching and reading, and switching to the AEM LINEAR in the Megatune configurator the wideband works fine with Megatune. Yet still pick and choose with Tunerstudio. When it works its spot on with the gauge in accuracy from idle to redline, but then again it chooses when it wants to work.

Am I just missing over something simple because I am reading too many different threads about fixing the problem? How can I get my UEGO to work on a consistent basis with my Tunerstudio? I'm sure lots of you have tried tuning while staring at a gauge, **** that. Help please? Getting frustrated. I know this has been questioned and covered proabably juneteenth times so flame away *****.... (but thanks in advance )
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