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Wideband o2 sensor wiring directly to ecu board?


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I have a g4+ almost ready to go into the car. I am planning out how to run the wires and I purchased a male connector that will fit directly into the supplied "wideband' 4 pin female end on the ecu. I just can't find which pins correspond to which wires for the wideband. Does anyone have a diagram of this? 

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You are going to need to be a bit more clear.

What ecu do you have?

I'm going to assume it will be going into a 2005 Subaru STi.  What market? What engine?

Please elaborate a bit more on, "I purchased a male connector that will fit directly into the supplied "wideband' 4 pin female end on the ecu"

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If my sensor has it's own power already, do I just have to run a 0-5v output from the sensor to the input on the board? I have positive 0-5v output and negative 0-5v output. One of these would be the AN 11 volt lambda?

 

 

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I have the whole AEM uego X wideband kit. It has it's own power and ground and then the various different outputs seen in this PDF on page 3, sorry for not linking it in the previous post I meant to! http://aemelectronics.com/files/instructions/30-0300 X-Series Wideband UEGO AFR Sensor Gauge.pdf

 

It seems like I would run the white wire 0-5v analog output to the top right of the connector on the ecu and not have to run anything else because I already have it all wired into the car?

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