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General Need help confirming my LC2 wideband wiring before I power it on?

Posted by TheodoreMateo, May 22, 2020

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  1. TheodoreMateo

    TheodoreMateo Probationary Member

    Joined May 22, 2020
    United State, Illinois
    I read a lot of posts, guides, spoke to friends, looked at the instructions and my FSM, but I am unsure if I did everything correctly. I'm really bad with wiring, but I did my best to solder, heat shrink and fuse as much as I could.

    I haven't reconnected the battery yet. I really want to confirm it with you guys first. I have the Innovate LC2 wideband kit, stock turbo ECU, NO ECMlink, welded separate bung for wideband O2, keeping my https://100001.onl/ https://1921681254.mx/ https://happymod.site/ factory and rear O2s in place. My goal is to simply use the gauge to monitor my AFRs for the time being, before I get ECMlink later on. Here's my setup and how I've connected everything:

    5amp fuse holder hooked up to Blue-Black ignition switch wire. I checked that it reads no voltage with key off and 12 volts with key to ON
    Last edited: May 24, 2020
  2. Kryndon

    Kryndon Proven Member

    Joined Jan 10, 2014
    Bulgaria, Europe
    Lol, dude, you literally copied what I wrote in my original question about this. If you read through the whole thing, you'd see that everything turned out fine, and it's a safe way to do it. My LC2 is still running fine!

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