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Installed Wideband, how to wire into ecu?

Installed wideband, wired power and ground, it says I can wire in the brown wire into the factory o2 sensors and relay narrow band information. Where do I wire it into? A pin on the ecu or a down stream wire? Also for the data logging feature, I am not sure how to hook it up to the laptop, I know the aerial output but how does log works get all the other information like rpms, map, fuel tables and such? Is it wired into the ecu? I do have an SCT 4 bank chip with custom tunes from Willie lynch of it helps any. I really appreciate any and all help

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