01-14-2006, 06:22 PM
Hello, i dont know if this is in the right forum but o well. My friends and I installed the autometer air/fuel and we hooked it up to the blue wire that comes off the O2 sensor on the s-pipe. Is this right, or dones anyone know the proper way. Its on but blinks in lean/stoich then when i touch the pedal or drive it goes straight to rich. it dont flash or go back and forth like i have seen others. I know its not that accurate but i just want to make sure i hooked it up right. Thanks
A narrow band gauge will not work on our cars...
You need a wideband setup if you want led blinker stuff..
AEM UEGO is a great gauge at $260
PLX Wide bands can convert the signal so you can already use your current gauge you have now. Thats a little more expensive.
01-14-2006, 06:58 PM
PLX Wide bands?? where can i get that and how would it be set up?
01-14-2006, 08:48 PM
For any setup for our car, you have to add an wideband o2 sensor into the spipe and get a wideband controller that can interpret the singal... look at innovate o2, plx o2, or AEM UEGO, on google and you'll find what you need....
Any A/F setup for out car will cost at least 200 bucks or so.
01-14-2006, 11:01 PM
Dude I told you to pick up a wideband. I still have mine if you want it. AEM UEGO with bosch o2 sensor. I might have an extra o2 bung somewhere you can get welded in.
well bad news is, PLX seems to have discontinued the Narrowband converter. I was gonna suggest the M-250 kit and the converter.
You could try contacting PLX @ http://plxdevices.com
Your best bet is the AEM UEGO on eBay for $265 shipped.
01-14-2006, 11:57 PM
i was planning on getting the auto meter cobalt air/fuel.....anyone know if its narrowband and if it'll work or is it just the aem
As I stated, looks like PLX no longer makes the converter. So all narrowband A/F gauges will not work.
You need wideband that has a gauge to fill your pods.