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saspence22 Oct 27, 4:29pm - #56114 

sappy
2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Missouri
I know you guys know this, help!

I KNOW YOU GUYS KNOW THIS..HELP ME OUT P-P-Please. !! I cant figure out where to splice me air fuel gauge in..Theres 10 Different light blue wires on the passenger side, they all have different color stripes etc. And my tach...where do I pick up the RPMs?? I went to satoshijp.com and that didnt help, it wasnt clear enough!! Please guys, this driving me nuts!! Help

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RicePowered Oct 27, 4:36pm - #56115 
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The air/fuel gets hookup to the o2 sensor on the passenger side.

You already know where the fuse box is, well you need to pull back the carpet under the fuse box and under the glove box.

You will see two connectors near the fuse box but closer to the front of the car that have four wires going into them. A white, two black, and one blue wire.

You want to splice into the blue wire on the connector that's closest to the passenger seat.

It's hard to describe but once you get the carpet moved they are easy to find.


For the tach you either have to splice into the RPM wire in the ECU or behind the gauge cluster. I don't remember what color the wire is. I thinks it's a green wire with a white stripe but don't take my word for it.
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saspence22 Oct 27, 6:02pm - #56116 

sappy
2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Missouri
Thanks Rice!!!!!!!! You the man. Ill try it again after work tonight!! thumbsup

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