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Old 07-17-2014, 09:29 AM   #1
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conecting my aem from sensor to gague with no plugs??

ok guys

as title suggests

is there a way i connect my o2 sensor directly to the aem gauge, by snipping the plugs, and connecting the required wires together, ??

here are the 2 conectors below, the only problem is, that plug A has got 5 wires, and Plug B has 6,

anybody got any info on this

(reason being, coolant leaked into the plugs and goosed them both)





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I think hat there is something in the forced induction section.
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If those two originally plugged together lining up which wires connected to each other would be the trick.

Usually pretty straight forward to match wire colors & the pins they connect to, then connection to the other socket.
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thanks for reply bro, i just bit the bullet and bought a new aem wideband kit!!
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