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Air Fuel Gauge Install

Discussion in 'ECU's, Electronics, and Tuning' started by Liquidblaze, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. Liquidblaze

    Liquidblaze Senior Member

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    I need help, I am starting my turbo project and I am installing my Air fuel Gauge and I don't know what O2 sensor wire to tap into. I have a 98 Civic DX.

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    -Chris
     
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    you should only have (1) one wire o2 sensor. tap into that wire... and dont expect a reading right away. those oxygen sensors are not heated and you have to wait for them to warm up in order to get a signal.
     
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    Liquidblaze Senior Member

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    i have four wires, thats why I asked. Two black and Two White.
     
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    Liquidblaze Senior Member

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    I am installing this tonight so if anyone can help i would greatly appreciate it.
     
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    D See 2 Senior Member

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    holy shit... sorry dude, i thought u had an 89 civic dx not a 98... thats whre the confusion is...
     
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    Liquidblaze Senior Member

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    so do you know which one for the 98
     
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    ther's 2 white wires one of them has a black strip on it.
    it the one with the black strip.
     
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    chi Junior Member

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    look it up on autometer.com
     
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    i had 2 whites a black and a green. i went with black i think.
     
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    the black are heaters... def. not it
     
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    yep not it. if you have an obd2 then it's the white/blackstrip.
    If obd1 then the white wire
     
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    If you went with black then check your gauge if it still work
     
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    if obd2 make sur it's the first O2s
     
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    haha theres only 4 take the shot gun approach and try em all!!
     
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    black wire to o2 sensor solid white to fuse that comes on with switch one body ground and one ground to something in circuit likestereo ground
     
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