Ok, installed the LC-1 with an Innovate G3 gauge tonight. I also wired in the Digi-key wire for the Trinity.
I have a few questions now. Should the digi-key wire and the gauge signal wire both be on the same analog output from the LC-1? I used the brown wire and tied both the gauge and digi-key into that, was that correct? It looks like there is some confusion as to which color analog out wire to use, yellow or brown. The instructions that came with the gauge said to use brown. Now my problem,the gauge comes on and does a dial sweep but just sits at zero after that, never reads anything but zero. I dont have Trinity set up yet so I cant see if thats working. Anybody have any ideas?
DO I need to connect the LC-1 to the computer? Do I need to have that terminator plug in the serial in port?
I got the Trinity hooked in and made a gauge for the AFRs. It appears to working just fine, although very lean. The G3 gauge does not work still. I have the Trinity and the G3 hooked to the same brown wire off the LC-1 and wondering if thats the issue? I dont have a serial to usb adapter to hook the laptop to LC-1 so i cant check on that untill the cable gets here(ebay).
Im seeing very lean readings on the Trinity, like 14-15 and even much higher like to 17 just cruising and 13.5 to 14.5 WOT.
sounds like normal afr for daily driving to me. I get 14-16 under normal throttle. then about 12 at WOT. but remember the trinity gauge is not as accurate as the actual afr gauge
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