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Old 05-08-2008, 04:51 AM   #1
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Autometer Install this weekend

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Installing a 3 gauge a pillar pod with autometer nv air/fuel, voltmeter, and digital tach with programable shift light this weekend. Ive been doing alot of searchign for help with the install but have a few questions hopefully some can help me out with

Regarding the Tach.. i need to find a place to get a signal, the manual online says i need a tach driver, however someone on here said pin 48? i beleive will work from the ecu? My question is where exactly is this located at in the car and will this empty pin for sure work on the 2.0 svt?

Regarding the air/fuel, which oxygen sensor makes the most sense to connect to and which wire do i connect to? I havent really investigated this gauge that much, so i appreciate the help

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the pin is located on the ECU. you have to remove the glovebox to access it. strip a bit of wire and put it down through the connector and plug the connector back onto the ECU, pretty simple actually. then run the wire from the ECU to the gauges.
on the a/f gauge, i believe it is the brown wire on the harness side of the connector, dont quote me though.
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ok yeah im good on the technique of actually how to ue the pin, just not absolutely sure what the ecu harness looks like. im not really this much of a noob haha
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hopefully someone can chime in with where to hook the air/fuel up to?
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