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This is a discussion on Autometer dual A pillar and grounding kit installed tonight within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally posted by kit99bar alright found my answer to the airfuel ratio question: just tap B17 per this diagram http://www.ravensblade-impreza.com/m...ng/wrxpin.html ...

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    Registered User ProdriveREX's Avatar
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    Originally posted by kit99bar
    alright found my answer to the airfuel ratio question:

    just tap B17 per this diagram

    http://www.ravensblade-impreza.com/m...ng/wrxpin.html

    to get to the ecu use Cobb's instructions:
    http://www.cobbtuning.com/Removal-In...-AccessECU.pdf

    Here some keywords for future searchs by newbies:

    air fuel ratio install ecu diagram instructions help
    This is the best instructions EVER... cant be more clear than this... thank you

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    I'm bringing this back, have a question about opening the ECU.

    Once you follow Cobb's instructions, how do you get to the pins so you can tap the AF gauge in? And is there an easier place to tap?

    Steve
    --2004 WRB WRX--
    Still way too stock.

    Originally posted by MidnightFLAT4
    I like A/C for the sole reason that it makes the idle sound meaner.

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    I installed the A/F on my 02 wrx, tapped it to b17, is it supposed to be there or on one from the front sensor? cause i think mines kinda laggy, and its always at so lean there are no lights when im at idle.

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