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This is a discussion on air fuel guage within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hi, which colour wire on the oxygen sensor do i connect the air fuel guage wire to.and what is the ...

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    air fuel guage

    hi,
    which colour wire on the oxygen sensor do i connect the air fuel guage wire to.and
    what is the maxium boost can i run my car up to before the boost cut or fuel cut comes on?

    could someone please answer these two questions.

    i have a 1995 impreza wrx gc8 jdm spec model ej20.with greddy type s bov,hks turbo timer,and air filter

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    The best place to connect your A/F gauge is at your ECU. You can simply place a vampire tap on the signal wire feeding the ECU.

    This signal wire connects to the B17 pin on the ECU (see diagram if you're having trouble).

    If you're having trouble locating the correct wire check out this site for a bit more information:
    http://www.ravensblade-impreza.com/index1.html You'll need to click on Tech Docs and Information and then look at the ECU diagram.

    Hope this helps.
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    Ohh...my bad. I didn't check the model year of your car. I'll see if I can find an ECU map for your car.

    Sorry about the mix-up.

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