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Old 03-28-2010, 09:08 PM   #1
subypal
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Question aem uego to usb question

Question: When hooking up the aem uego to a USB connection on my PC so that I can read it through a logger, will it still work if I use an end connector on the signal wire or must it be soldered?

example of end connector being used


The situation: I'm just questioning it because I tested it in the car, with it on accessory (gauge powers up) and I couldn't get any readings on my software but it did connect. I connected to my UTEC and AEM through ports 3 and 4. The gauge (actual aem gauge not pc read out) would read for a few seconds upon startup at 14.7, and then slowly climb leaner to null with the car off but the software didn't reflect the gauge's readings at all during the start up period. I'm using MPSutec logger trial version.

I would start the car and check but...
I can't start the car b/c I'm still working on the fuel system. I will be able to start it in a few days, but in the mean time if I need to solder the uego it will give me something to do. Thanks all!
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Old 04-07-2010, 11:48 AM   #2
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well I'm just going to wait and when the car starts, no signal.. I am soldering.
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Old 04-08-2010, 03:27 PM   #3
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i soldered mine. I don't have a huge phobia of using connectors like some ppl but if you can solder well enough to do it then why not.
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