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  1. Thx man. I bought the Haltech one for a Z32 thinking it would fir and it doesn't. I will get the one from PRP as it states its a direct fit on the stock plenum.
  2. All What aftermarket fast response air sensor fits the stock RB26 plenum location? I bought the Haltech one for Z32 and it doesn't fit. Is everyone just up-sizing the hole?
  3. did you use the pull up at all? and whats your filter level?
  4. Ok thx all. Just gave me some assurance. Those numbers were way off compared to the fuel sender how-to, which made me 2nd guess my findings.
  5. What voltage are you guy getting on your fuel sender? When i checked mine the Ohms read proper. When i plugged up to check the voltage i was getting very super low numbers (Full 0.02 // half 0.13 // Empty 0.42.
  6. Only solution i have is find where the black wire ends in the cluster area and splice off it / splice and run a wire from the tank to the cluster / buy the fuel sender conditioner
  7. Are the wire colors from the fuel tank match the wires colors of pin 7/55?
  8. Far as the fuel reading it looks like you should be using pin 7 and 55
  9. I will investigate soon. I also have to see if my voltage setting are correct as well once I fill up.
  10. Rt. I will keep both hooked up and see with one reads the most accurate. As of now I feel like the oem to dash is better. My fuel level conditioner does a weird thing where it reads high then levels out after about 30secs. Im sure its something I can adjust in the ecu. The oem just reads the level instantly
  11. I wired mine up about an hr ago and it worked.. The the red/gray wire for signal (i used pin 18 The teal wire is the ground for pin 30 Make sure to select the correct channel for the AVI you used. And use 90-0 ohm The you select the spot on your dash for the fuel level choose the AVI, not fuel level. You still are required to adjust the voltage.
  12. Gonna need the fuel level sender conditioner. Haltech makes one On Haltech ECUs the signal wire goes into one of the AVI inputs
  13. Yes. Run the signal wires for those to the pins outline in the IC-7 instructions. Make sure to push the pin lock open on the plug so the pins can seat all the way in.
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