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Onesick99GT

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It would be nice to have something I can use to test other vehicles with as well for in the future.
 

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Nothing else is needed to plug into this when data logging. What do I use to data log or connect this into to get readings. If you know what I mean.
 

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Nothing else is needed to plug into this when data logging. What do I use to data log or connect this into to get readings. If you know what I mean.
it comes with a cable to plug into your laptop and the software is a free download at the bottom of the page you can use to datalog with. Sorry i usually tune standalone controllers not OEM so I would normally wire it into the ECU and then program it for the sensor.

since your oem we need to use a workaround
 

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And I should probably wait to drive it until I get this installed right. I mean I'll have to drive it back over to my parents house to work on it but hopefully this Saturday I can get my wideband and controller ready to test.
 
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yes, you should... however as long as you are not beating on the car driving and datalogging can still show you alot of information.
 

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I will still datalog for now but will take it easy. I ordered new e3 spark plugs and the kit I needed. I got the kit from amazon is was 30 dollars cheaper. I also got the software downloaded. I'll have to learn how to data log with it. Can I use my elm adapter with it to datalog?
 

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Well they look smooth from what I can see, without O2 feedback tuning is done. You can look at the factory O2 and see what the voltage is on them, you want to see 14.7-15afr at cruise. (Not sure what you narrow band voltage will be for these numbers but I assume between 1 and 2 v maybe)
 

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I think your right. I believe the ford manual said anything between 1-2 volts. According to my tuning book when reviewing PID's for oxygen sensor voltage they should be around .5 and should be switching up and down a bit. If its steady then the sensor is bad or you have a wiring problem. I'll check these today. The book also mentions checking battery voltage when datalogging to make sure you don't have a failed alternator or battery going bad. I'll be checking that as well. Should I switch closed loop back on?
 

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Yes turn it back on.
Also see if you can take that datalog and put it in a compressed folder and post it here as an attachment, I will see if it will delimit into the software I use.
I have all the expensive stuff so it should, if it wont they will make it work with an email.
 

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Yes turn it back on.
Also see if you can take that datalog and put it in a compressed folder and post it here as an attachment, I will see if it will delimit into the software I use.
I have all the expensive stuff so it should, if it wont they will make it work with an email.
Ah shoot! I have been saving the datalog 's under the snippet picture. I haven't been saving them in the software. I guess I should start saving them in the software so you can open and view them in live feed. I'll figure that part out and upload from here on out as a compressed folder. I did manage to datalog a few more things today in open loop. I'll be turning closed loop back on with my datalogs from here on out.
 

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