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foxbody lc-1 wiring...anyone have a write-up or anything?

i have the 02 sensor coming out from a grommet under the drivers seat...wires run up to the drivers kick panel...i want to tie everything in right there if possible but i have a few questions.

what lines are you guys tapping into?

what are the two black plugs that come off the controller and where do i put them?

i built a pod so my gauge can mount on my door...i routed the gauge wire through the door loom so i need the wiring to be around the drivers kick panel.

do i leave my stock 02 sensors in?

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have you tried reading the instructions...???

http://www.innovatemotorsports.com/s...C-1_Manual.pdf


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yes i did...was looking for what factory wires they spliced into...doesn't say that in the instructions....
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What EEC are you using? If stock then you need to leave the stock O2 sensors in.

I use to run a megasquirt with the LC-1. I had wired the stuff going to the ecu through the stock O2 wiring. I took an old O2 sensor and cut of the plug. Then wired the LC-1 into that. You should be able to get power, ground, heater, and signal.

I did it this was so I could easily switch back to the stock EEC if need be, like I've now done. Its been awhile since I did and removed the LC-1, so I am trying to work off memory.
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