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Old 04-21-2012, 02:52 PM   #39
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The PNP wideband can be used if Miller's warchip has the option to interpret a 0-5v wideband input signal directly to the ECU. The PNP kit sends the signal directly to the corresponding ECU pin, so if the engine management knows what to do with it, it will work fine.

What we usually do is have it setup to output a narrowband signal so the factory computer is satisfied, and send the second output to a gauge or datalogger.
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