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Yep. Super easy

you need 1 of these

Then wire it like below:

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Run the wire from the 5v above to your AEM wideband input.
forgive me for taking more of your time, I just want to make sure I'm getting this right. I'm going to purchase a 30-0310 X-Series UEGO Inline sensor from AEM, I'm attaching the diagram below. so as I understand it I would need to:

connect the RED from the inline AEM to the "5V source" on the TGV connector.
connect BLACK from the inline AEM to chassis ground.
connect WHITE analog+ from the inline AEM to 5V INPUT on the TGV connector.
connect BROWN analog- from the inline AEM to GROUND on the TGV connector.

Please advice if this is correct. Once again, thank you for your help.

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forgive me for taking more of your time, I just want to make sure I'm getting this right. I'm going to purchase a 30-0310 X-Series UEGO Inline sensor from AEM, I'm attaching the diagram below. so as I understand it I would need to:

connect the RED from the inline AEM to the "5V source" on the TGV connector.
connect BLACK from the inline AEM to chassis ground.
connect WHITE analog+ from the inline AEM to 5V INPUT on the TGV connector.
connect BROWN analog- from the inline AEM to GROUND on the TGV connector.

Please advice if this is correct. Once again, thank you for your help.


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Incorrect. That is for wiring it to an AEM infinity ECU

Have you ever hooked up a gauge before?

You only need to use the white wire from the above diagram to run to the TGV at the 5v input. The rest of the connections could be installed with mini-add-a-fuses.

this video may help

 

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Incorrect. That is for wiring it to an AEM infinity ECU

Have you ever hooked up a gauge before?

You only need to use the white wire from the above diagram to run to the TGV at the 5v input. The rest of the connections could be installed with mini-add-a-fuses.

this video may help

I see what you mean, but I am not installing the version that has a gage, I don’t want to install a physical gage inside my car. By installing the gage I thing it powers the Bosh sensor, but without the gage I need to power the sensor as well… here is a link to the product I’m trying to install. Thank you.

 

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Ah ok

You still wire it like I said you wire the gauge but it still needs power.

I'd wire the red 12v to the cigar fuse
black is ground
white wire you run like i posted in the video above.
 

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I can only go off what I've done with my current AEM gauge, and I didn't use the brown wire.

Its just a ground, so if you want to wire it there shouldn't be any harm in doing so.
Thaks for the help.. so it's been brought to my attention that i'm going to need one tgv plug for the flex fuel sensor and the other one for the fuel pressure sensor and that therefore I must use the stock o2 sensor plug... to feed the signal in..just like the iWire kit does... anyone know which cables go to wich pins on that plug?

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