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Old 09-30-2009, 03:33 PM   #1
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Data logging with XCAL3 HELP!!!

Okay, before everyone tells me to click the search button and open my eyes, I am letting you know that I have been there, done that, been there again and still nothing. Here is the issue. I have an XCAL3, AEM Uego Wideband, and I am trying to datalog my O2. Well I have looked at the schemes, tried SO MANY different ways to get it going and still nothing. This is killing me. I know a lot of you all out there who are boosted NEED to do this for tuning purposes, so I know ya’ll are out there and I am calling on you all to help. I bought a firewire from FocusSport but all the schemes don’t want to work for me. Has anyone had this problem? I am pulling my hair our trying to find the answer. I have looked at ALL the write-ups, tricktuners, etc etc..Please, I just want to get this done so I can tune. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!


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How-To Datalog Wideband On XCAL 3

I know you said you looked so im guessing by "schemes" you mean something like that^^^? What specifics have you tried?
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How-To Datalog Wideband On XCAL 3

I know you said you looked so im guessing by "schemes" you mean something like that^^^? What specifics have you tried?
I have tried so many things I could even to list them....fml
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What fire wire cable are you using??
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Have done a continuity check on the cable to makes sure that the colors coordinate with the pin outs. I had the same problem until I did a cont. check and found the colors all wrong. Here is the write up I did on this problem.

How-to Hook up AEM UEGO to X3 for Data Logging
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Have done a continuity check on the cable to makes sure that the colors coordinate with the pin outs. I had the same problem until I did a cont. check and found the colors all wrong. Here is the write up I did on this problem.

How-to Hook up AEM UEGO to X3 for Data Logging
I've read this one before but the question is how you actually do this check?
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I just did this last week with a dynex cable...my issue was I had the cable hooked up to the signal 1 wire (blue) from the aem.... its supposed to be hooked up to the +volts wire (white)...then it worked like a champ. Oh yeah and check your grounds
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I've read this one before but the question is how you actually do this check?
If your asking how to check continuity? Get an voltmeter adn put it on ohm's where it makes noise (the beep) then select a pin and a wire (I recommend printing out the pin out so you can see what wire is supposed to be where) and then draw on that print out what wire is actually what you get. That is how I found out all my pins in the firewire cable were backwards, after I figured that out it worked fine.
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