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Old 03-10-2015, 05:43 PM   #1
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Hey guys, my MS2E just made it in today, and I searched, but I guess my search string sucks.

There's a DB9 connector with a single blue wire (wideband serial), do I have to purchase the DB9 male end and wire in my AEM UEGO, or can I just cut the DB9 from the MS, and wire it directly to my wideband?

So pretty much, getting rid of the DB9 connector all together?

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Your UEGO has a matching blue wire coming out of it. Solder the blue wire to the blue wire. Or unsolder the blue from the DB9 I included and solder the AEM's blue wire on it instead.
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Thank you sir, you are the man!
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