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Need Some Help with DynoJet AutoTune Install

Started installing a PC5 and AutoTune on my 2013 RG. I have the wide band O2 sensors installed in the header but stuck with where to run the wire and where these should be mounted - if at all.



Would love to hear from anyone who has installed these before.

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If the PC5 doesn't have a connector for them one could assume (yeah) that they would plug into the harness in place of the old O2 sensor. Dunno, but makes sense to me if the instructions don't say.
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On my Tmax, I ran the harness back under the end of the starter and then up the frame tube to the connector behind the right panel. No ties till it got to the frame tube. But the harness was a lot longer than that one looks to be.


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On my Tmax, I ran the harness back under the end of the starter and then up the frame tube to the connector behind the right panel. No ties till it got to the frame tube. But the harness was a lot longer than that one looks to be.
There is another wire that plugs in to it, the one for the front is really long and the is short so there is lots of wire to route it any where. The fact that it has some nice plastic mounting plugs kind of threw me as I can find the holes to push them in to.
So you did use them and used tills along g the frame. Simple enough. Thanks so much!

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The sensors are usually just repackaged automotive parts. TMax uses sensors from a VW. So the push pin on the side of that connector is prolly for another application.


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