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Innovate Controller                       RED                      BLACK
                          BLACK WIRE                   WIRE                     WIRE

                                          Black wire

                                         Calibration Switch

                        14.7                    Black wire

        Square display orientation

                                                            To chassis ground

        5) Run the serial connectors to a convenient location so you can use your laptop to change the
        configuration at some point if you need to. (Changing the configuration is optional)

                                               Operation overview
            Please read the LC-1 controller CD so you understand the principles of operation. We have pre-
     Programmed the LC-1 to work with the Autometer gauge. A computer is not needed to make your
     gauge work. If you want to configure it differently a computer will be needed to make changes. Again,
     read the LC-1 controller CD to learn how to program the unit.
            When the gauge is first powered the readings will read approximately as shown until the sensor
     is warmed up.

                   This typically takes about 30 seconds. The free air calibration is not needed as it has been
            performed at the Dynotune factory. Read the Controller handbook for tuning hints. At idle the
            gauge should read around 14.7 as this air fuel ratio is normal.  For the most accurate readings
            wait until your engine is at full operating temperature before doing serious tuning. Its always
            best to compare your gauge to a wideband on a dyno for the ultimate accuracy.
            A constant reading of 11.0:1 is typically an indication that the o2 sensor has gone bad and a new
           one is required. Check all wires before ordering a new sensor and also check the LED status
           indicator for troubleshooting information.

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