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Old 10-29-2013, 03:26 PM
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Default Maf T Gen 2 ??

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I'm using GEN 2 w/3.5" MAF and just purchased a ractronix LT1 MAF splice as the unit didn't come with the plug and play kit. My question is, when wiring the GEN 2 to the MAF sensor ( Yellow from 10 pin connector to MAF signal Gray/Red) which wire will I take the yellow to on the LT1 MAF splice? The colors on the splice are yellow black and pink. Then what happens with the other two wire off the splice? Are they not used?
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Black is ground, Pink is 12v, so that leaves yellow as the signal wire.
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