AEM Uego vs. Hondata-problem again: Now what with the S300?

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AEM Uego vs. Hondata-problem again: Now what with the S300?

Post by Wafler » Sat Aug 06, 2005 2:03 pm

This theme seems to be a never ending story but things change so here is the new version:

Will the all new S300 have problems with the AEM UEGO Gauge model(#30-4111)? (0-5V output from the AEM and so on...)

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Post by Hondata » Mon Aug 08, 2005 8:50 am

The ECU (not software) limits the input voltage on the o2 sensor to 2.8V. Part of the problem was that AEM advertised that it would work with the ECU when it would not. For later versions. AEM revised the voltage output from their lambda gauge.

For the s300 use the ELD as the lambda input if you have an early AEM lambda gauge.
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Post by Wafler » Mon Aug 08, 2005 10:06 am

I bought my AEM UEGO Gauge 2 weeks ago, does that mean I'm in the clear?

As far as I can see in the datasheet it seems that the AEM delivers a voltage of 3.38V at 16.75 AFR(analog output/white wire) - another clue that this is going to work just fine or what?

Sorry if I'm being a dumbass but what I really don't want is to run extremely lean and not know about it :)

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