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LM-1 WB + WB Gauge + Dsmlink ???

Posted by mattp_65, Feb 6, 2011

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  1. mattp_65

    mattp_65 Proven Member

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    Hello Tuners,

    I have a question about installing my WB to dsmlink.
    Right now I have LM-1 controller connected to my wideband gauge and now I want to match it up with Link (rear O2).

    Is there a way to hook up all three?

    The controller has only one output source using "analog output cable" from innovate. I have another output cable to use so I can hook up Dsmlink and the controller together therefore disconnecting the output cable from the gauge so I can use link.

    So I can use LM-1 controller with gauge or LM-1 controller with link (rear O2 ) but is there a way to have all three instead of disconnecting and reconnecting?

    Thanks in advance.
     

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    SpawnedX Proven Member

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    Splice in a wire.
     

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  3. snowborder714

    snowborder714 Moderator

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    The LM-1 has 2 analog outputs (plus a ground) that plug into a 3.5mm stereo jack on the LM-1 unit. I assume you're already using one for your gauge. The other can be reprogrammed using the LM Programmer software to output the same 0-5v range that the wideband output is (one analog is for narrowband simulation from the factory at 0-1v).

    Or you can do as Mike said and splice the wire you're already using.
     

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    I thought it only has one output but I will double check on that. Also I was thinking about splicing it too.
    Thanks for the help
     

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  5. LiquidX

    LiquidX DSM Wiseman

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    Why not just put it in the front o2 location and use narrow band simulation? That way you will only be needing to have 2 sensors again and not have issues at all.
     

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    mattp_65 Proven Member

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    Sweet thanks for the help...
    So now I spliced in the white output wire to the white pin 75 (rear O2). It was reading fine and matching with my gauge then about couple minutes after warm-up it started going negative numbers (around -20 to -22) on my Dsmlink and reading around 14.7 @ idle on my gauge. So gauge is fine but on link is wrong. What do I have to do on Link to match with my gauge?

    thanks in advance
     

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