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best place to run AEM wideband harness?

whats the best place to run the aem harness from the gauge to the sensor? im puttin it on my catless dp
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Re: best place to run AEM wideband harness?

Use the search function. But through the firewall next to the brake booster.
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I ran mine inside the wiper cowl.

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best place to run AEM wideband harness?

Under the shift cables. That's where I'm planning on running mine at least.


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Under the shift cables. That's where I'm planning on running mine at least.


That's where I ran mine so the wire comes out under the heat shield pad.

Through the firewall by the brake booster is the most common way to do it without drilling.
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^^shift cable boot is easy route
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^^shift cable boot is easy route
It's more work though to hide the cable through the dash then through the center console but it looks cleaner underneath the car and has less of a chance of snagging something you drive over.
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Under the shift cables. That's where I'm planning on running mine at least.


This, its extremely easy and comes out pretty close to the sensor.

I ended up zip-tieing the wire to some HVAC ducts under the dash to hide it up to my pillar pod.

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im mounting my gauge on the pillar, so im tryin to find the easiet place too
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I went by the brake booster, through the little grommet.

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Re: best place to run AEM wideband harness?

I just read the how to and went through the steering boot behind the brake

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I went through the sunroof drain under the dash pad then down to my DP behind the battery tray, was easy to do and no drilling

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