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    i would love to know this also. i have a fjo and dont know to wire uo the fjo to serial port. i use it thru the analog but i didnt know it would work with the serial port. where can i get a diagram or cable to connect it.

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    Read this material (it's for LC-1, but same applies to FJO):

    V2 serial/digital wideband logging:
    showthread.php?t=8858
    showthread.php?t=8115
    showthread.php?t=10251 post #2

    V2 serial/digital AFR input (LC-1):
    showthread.php?t=8115
    showthread.php?t=7532
    showthread.php?t=8348
    showthread.php?t=9340 post #3

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    the manual dosent have a seial wire it has two analog outputs. would you mind going to fjo site and download the manual and look at the wiring diagram. thx.

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    It should be as simple as connecting the FJO and V2 together
    then setting the WBO2 Type in the V2.


    Maybe the serial protocol is not right for the FJO?
    I imagine that someone has gotten the FJO to work w/serial.
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    512k RoadRunner Firmware 12.14R
    FlashScan V2 Bootblock V2.07.04 Firmware V2.07.22 EFILive V7.5.7 (Build 191) V8.2.1 (Build 181)
    LC-1 WBO2

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    Did you first install the latest bootblock/firmware...?

    If so, you should now be at bootblock 2.06.02 and firmware 2.06.16, verify this.

    In EFILive Explorer (EE) Under the Config tab there is a Format button, press this to format the Config space;
    On the V2, go into the setup options and format the Data space (do both internal and SD card).


    Then you will have to configure the Options.txt and Settings.dat files:
    - start the Scan And Tune (S&T) program,
    - go into F5: Black Box Settings,
    - goto tab F3:Scan Settings,
    - edit/create your pidlists and pids,
    - save to file, and program to V2;
    - goto tab F4:Tune Settings,
    - edit which PCM's you want to read;
    - save to file, and program to V2;
    - exit Black Box Settings;
    - go into F6:Device Settings,
    - goto tab F6:BBL (Logging):
    - enable all external digital pids,
    - set logging speed to Fast(10-40);
    - goto tab F8:Serial I/O
    - set Com Port to wideband;
    - set Wideband to FJO Gen1/Gen2 (you have a Gen2, right...?),
    - set Format to 1st wideband only or to both,
    - set Display Data to AFR & EQRatio;
    - save to file, and program to V2;
    - exit Device Settings;
    - exit S&T;

    Now, start EFILive Explorer (EE), goto Config tab, press Home, you should see these files in both upper and lower panes:
    - Options.txt
    - *.pmm for the vehicles you're interested in,
    - *.bix and *.obj for same vehicles;
    - Settings.dat;
    If you don't see those files in thelower pane Config tab, then locate them in the upper pane and copy them to the lower pane Config tab.

    Also locate the *.dtc files (maybe in the Scan folder in the upper pane) and copy them to the Config tab in the lower pane.

    You should now be able to connect to your FJO and view its serial AFR output.


    Thanks Joecar...10-4 on the bootlock and firmware. All that you have posted here is overwhelming for me at my skill level. Guess I'll just wade thru it and see what happens. Might have to drive over to your house and bring my laptop and V2 to let you set it up for me.LOL
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    I color coded each section... print that out and work thru it step by step...

    Where do you live...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    I color coded each section... print that out and work thru it step by step...

    Where do you live...?
    The way you layed it out a "caveman" should be able to do it. Only problem is a caveman is smarter than me

    I have no idea where you live...assuming west coast or down under. I'm in southeastern North Carolina so it would be a long, long drive. I got an idea...e-mail you my laptop and V2...wait..it won't go thru the wires!
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    2012 Chevy truck, SCSB 2WD, Magnaflow exhaust + K&N

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    Quote Originally Posted by articSS View Post
    the manual dosent have a seial wire it has two analog outputs. would you mind going to fjo site and download the manual and look at the wiring diagram. thx.
    According to the pinout the FJO tech gave me for the FJO the Tx and Rx leads are reversed from the LC-1. So instead of using the Null Modem I purchased (2) 9-pin male ends from RadioShack and made my own connector. Still have yet to see mine work so this is not in concrete yet.
    2002 Chevy truck, SCSB 2WD, Stroked LS3 w/Big Mutha Thumper cam
    2002SS Camaro LS7/427 with stock suspension setup
    2012 Chevy truck, SCSB 2WD, Magnaflow exhaust + K&N

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    It should be the same as any DB9 cable, if not it wouldn't work with a PC.
    512k RoadRunner Firmware 12.14R
    FlashScan V2 Bootblock V2.07.04 Firmware V2.07.22 EFILive V7.5.7 (Build 191) V8.2.1 (Build 181)
    LC-1 WBO2

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67SS509 View Post
    The way you layed it out a "caveman" should be able to do it. Only problem is a caveman is smarter than me

    I have no idea where you live...assuming west coast or down under. I'm in southeastern North Carolina so it would be a long, long drive. I got an idea...e-mail you my laptop and V2...wait..it won't go thru the wires!
    I live in So Cal... yeah it's a long drive... might be fun...

    Look at the attached pics, they may help...
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