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I know there is a thread of how to and I know where it all goes, but the trouble I have ran across is that my reading on my gauge is 10.0 and sticks to rich, no matter what rpm i am in and throttle response.

It has the following connections: 1 wire to signal (t-tapped to circuit wire 1355, purple/white), 1 wire to ground (chassis mounted with a screw), 1 wire to Ignition switch wire red/white (constant power), and 1 wire to accessory power (Ignition switch brown wire). Any help?
 

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Wideband or Narrow?
 

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Did you calibrate it? Used? I'd lean towards a bad sensor.
 

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You can't calibrate it. PCM controlled. Wideband. Lap uses wideband. I tapped into low signal wire. May just go with an autometer. Narrow band is ancient in today's cars lol.
 

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Really are you sure LAP has a stock wideband? I'm pretty sure it doesn't. Which would explain the constant reading.
 

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If I remember correctly only the LNF came with a factory wideband.
 

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That's what I thought
 

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I don't think the LAP has a factory wideband either.
 

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Your right. It has a heater circuit. Signal, power, and ground. I tapped into the wrong wire. Thanks alldata for incorrect wire diag lol. Its gray
 

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So it's not a wide band and you tapped a constant voltage?
 
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