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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-14-2003, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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How do I hook up my air/fuel ratio meter?

I have a Cyberdyne (7009?) air/fuel ratio meter (with the LED bar graph). It has 3 wires. The +12V and Ground wire I've got connected, but where do I hook up the signal wire to? Driver side oxygen sensor before the cat. converter? If so, which wire? There's 4 wires connecting to the oxygen sensor.
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i do beleive there is a write up in the tech articles.


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i don't know what year car you have, you should fill that info in, it's a little easier to help tell you.

But if you go to i know he has it for the 94, i think there is instructions for the later models too. But mine works great, it's an autometer one but since you say there is three wires, i'm sure it's the same. Goodluck
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Installing is very easy, i just did mine maybe less then 2 weeks ago.

The wire it white and goes with the yellow wire, there is a white wire next to it which is the signal wire, connect that and boom! no more guage.

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