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Old 03-04-2017, 06:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So my Buddy got a Del Sol the other day with an AEM Uego wideband installed. *I'm hooking up Hondata S300 and I'm having some trouble getting the wideband wired into the ecu. *I know the white wire on the AEM is the analog 0-5V so I sliced into that and wired it to D10. *Hondata showed the AFR but it was way off. *like more than could be adjusted with the voltage offset. *I opened the ECU and R16 and R18 were still connected so I removed them. *Now *Hondata wont read it at all. *It just stays showing 20:1. *The gauge still reads right but I can't do any data logging.

Has anyone ever ran into this problem or have any suggestions? *I've only ever used innovative widebands so the AEM is a little foreign to me.
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why did you touch R16 and R18?

post a source for that. There is another thing to do...
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Old 03-04-2017, 08:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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sorry. Meant 136 and 138. I think I figured out what I did wrong. Pretty sure I stupidly spliced into the white wire in the sensor harness and not the harness coming from the gauge.

Gonna check tomorrow but I'm pretty sure that's whats wrong
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