Request Lead Time Minimum Quantity: Did I mention I’m no electrical engineer? I am going to install it in the stock O2 sensor location because I don’t have a hot turbo to worry about. I know the ground for the WB02 sensor is very important and should be connected to the same ground as the ECU. I went to set the timing with the trigger wizard and it kept stalling out on me, so I didn’t want to wake the neighbors at 3 AM with continual restarts and throttle blips, and am content to have a couple of beers and get to work on it in the morning. I’m living in Puerto Rico in the military but don’t speak much Spanish
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I will install an inline 5 amp fuse capsule on the power wire a few inches from the DB15 connector. I searched the board but nothing specific came up. The only issue I’m really having is with the car wanting to stumble when coming up to a stop sign.
As I decelerate dlp-txrx-h to walking speed and push in the clutch the revs fall and almost die, then cycle a few times. Terminal Blocks and Strips.
You’ll be fine grounding it to the ECU. My big concern was that the wideband O2 sensor was not talking to the ECU. I am going to install it in the stock O2 sensor location because I don’t have a hot turbo to worry about.
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Got it set perfectly. Shop Fiber Optic Products. I made the mistake of skimming the instructions on the DIY website when I ordered because I wasn’t fully aware of the differences between the setups and assumed that the instructions also applied to the DIYPNP kit I was ordering plus I was talking about it with a friend of mine d,p-txrx-g said “Oh, yeah, that’s the same thing as dlp-tsrx-g a serial to USB dongle, you should just be able to replace the DB9 connector with it.
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Things left to do: Here’s the dashboard I made. Shop Rectangular Lead Acid Batteries. I’m living in Puerto Rico in the military but don’t speak much Spanish Travel and Brief Cases. I know the ground for the WB02 sensor is very important and should be connected to the same ground as the ECU.
Thank you very much Jeff, that will make my life a lot easier! The car is running noticeably better than it ever did with the stock ECU and Powercard. I’m actually an avionics technician but my job does not include troubleshooting to the component level. Shop Air Quality Sensors.
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