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MS and uego NOT very happy

When I just power the car the uego reads total lean and the MS reads 15.40ish When the car is running same thing. My base tune is not close to complete, but I want to datalog yet this is stopping me. They are grounded the same place and power comes from two different places.



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Where does the power come from ?


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The power for the uego comes from the clock 12v switched. I am using a clock gauge pod. Power for the MS comes from the stock stuff.

I found the problem. Wrong O2 sensor. I will find out today.


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On my wideband (innovate) I cut the pigtail of the old O2 sensor and wired the output of the controller to that and MS picked it up. Make sure you configure it in MegaSquirt (correct voltages and what not)

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I did the same thing and it is setup right. Going to get this expensive ass sensor in a few. I will report back. Did you know the AEM uego sensor is a GM part? Most parts stores sell it for around $130 I found them on oxygensensors.net for $70. Its the 17205

http://www.oxygensensor.net/widebandsensors.html


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Its not a GM sensor its a Bosch do not pay more than 80 bucks for it. Just search AEM Bosch Sensor

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Sorry it is a Bosch sensor that GM uses.


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Sorry it is a Bosch sensor that GM uses.
I'm just being a pain for what it is, in my opinion it is worth 70 bucks. A wideband sensor new is just as much a narrowband.

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I figured it out. I had the WB as non-linear when it is linear. Now it is only about .02 off


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