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where do i hook my af gauge up to i know it goes to the o2 sensor but witch wire do i hook it to and witch sensor do i use

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where do i hook my af gauge up to i know it goes to the o2 sensor but witch wire do i hook it to and witch sensor do i use
***92 and up Civics, almost all body styles
The signal wire off the O2 sensor harness will almost always be a solid white wire; however, in some instances, especially on 98's and newer, this wire may have a black stripe on it. The only variation would be the VX models - either email or call for details.

92-95 Civics
Look for the computer which is located above or behind the passenger side kick panel. Go to pin C18 on the connector. The other way is to go directly to the sensor, there will be four wires off of the sensor. Those wires are green, white, and two that are black. The white wire is the correct signal.

***94 and 95 Integras, including the following body styles: GS, GS-R, LS, and RS
The signal wire off the O2 sensor harness will be a white wire w/ a red stripe on it.

***96 and up Integras, including the following body styles: GS, GS-R, LS, and RS
For the most part, as with the Honda's, the O2 sensor signal wire will be a white wire, possibly w/ black stripe on it.

94-98 Integra 1.8L

Look for the computer of the vehicle or PCM. Go to pin D14 which is a solid white wire, or go directly to the sensor and tap into the white wire there.

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