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Zeitronics ZT-2 install question

Old 04-08-2006, 12:02 PM
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Alright my buddy is letting borrow his wideband so i can get my car tuned, its the zeitronics zt-2 wideband.but his laptop crash with the wiring diagram so i don't know how to wire it up. Can anyone help me out?
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Old 04-08-2006, 03:13 PM
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Originally Posted by volumeking333
Alright my buddy is letting borrow his wideband so i can get my car tuned, its the zeitronics zt-2 wideband.but his laptop crash with the wiring diagram so i don't know how to wire it up. Can anyone help me out?
Pin #-----------wire color------------------function

1----------------red---------------------------switched pwr
2----------------white------------------------wideband analog output
3----------------green------------------------RPM input
4----------------orange-----------------------boost sensor input
5----------------empty-------------------------------------------------------------
6----------------yellow------------------------boost sensor +5v pwr
7----------------black--------------------------power gnd
8----------------brown------------------------sensor gnd
9----------------purple------------------------simulated narrowband O2 output
10--------------grey---------------------------TPS
11--------------brown-------------------------sensor gnd
12--------------blue----------------------------user input

saving the instructions pwnz all.
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Old 04-08-2006, 06:23 PM
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red to battery + (wire direct to battery for most accurate readings)
black to battery -
white wire to obd1 pin d14 (o2 sensor signal) if you're datalogging

if you're not datalogging all you need is power and ground
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Old 04-09-2006, 03:48 AM
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alright thanks i figured out the wiring, but have never used this wideband, let alone any wideband..isn't there supposed to be some type of on screen display of AFR?? when i plug it into the comp..it installs the cable, but nothign else happens?

btw, i'm not datalogging with it...and i'm running megasquirt, not on a honda
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Old 04-09-2006, 05:23 AM
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alright thanks i figured out the wiring, but have never used this wideband, let alone any wideband..isn't there supposed to be some type of on screen display of AFR?? when i plug it into the comp..it installs the cable, but nothign else happens?

btw, i'm not datalogging with it...and i'm running megasquirt, not on a honda
you have to install the zeitronix datalogger software. it should be on the CD that came with it, but if not just hit up zeitronix.com
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Old 04-09-2006, 09:51 PM
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yeah thanks, there was no CD, but found the software online
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