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Old 04-19-2002, 10:47 PM   #1
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Default how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge?

i just got an air/fuel ratio gauge. i want to know how to hook it up. can anyone help me. appreciate any help.

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Old 04-19-2002, 11:36 PM   #2
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (Ignitecivic)

i'd have no clue. my advice, call them directly...they're really helpful. just tell the secretary lady you need install help and she'll patch you to the 'tech' department Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 04-19-2002, 11:56 PM   #3
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (hot_EF)

tap it off your ecu or your o2 sensor on your cat.. i dunno what wire it is for you car tho
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (Ignitecivic)

If it i OBD II then the wire is orange/black for the O2 on connector A the 32 prong one. the ground is the thicker black one and then the power on I used for same one as the stereo ignition. I am not sure on the colors for the OBD I harness.
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (Ignitecivic)

what car is it? obd1 or 2? If it's 2... just run the wire from the gauge to the ecu... and look for a white wire (might look kinda off white) and tap that. Not sure if it's the same for OBD1... should be though... me thinks. I did mine like this:

- position the gauge and pod on the a-pillar
- run the power, ground and o2 signal wires behind/under the dash
- tapped the accessory plug wire for power, grounded it somewhere, and then ran the signal wire to the panel where the ecu is and then tapped the white wire.

This way u don't have to run wires directly to ur o2 sensor.
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (CivicRyda2k)

it is for a 94 d16z6. i dont know what obd is it.
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (Ignitecivic)

That would be obdI, I think your best bet would be to tap off the o2 sensor. My old car had a dedicated O2 sensor for my A/f meter.
I have a 93 civic but never had the need for an a/f gauge....
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (mps9506)

That's obd1, you still want to tap in off your ecu.
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Default Re: how to hook up autometer air fuel ratio gauge? (mantic6t9)

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That's obd1, you still want to tap in off your ecu.
ecu or the sensor itself both work fine.
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