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Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby Borla » Sat Nov 30, 2019 7:27 pm

Anybody have one of the original DJ Wideband Commanders? I need to know the order that the 6 wires from an O2 sensor connect to the blue header inside the Wideband Commander please. I have contacted DJ but sadly got a very unhelpful response from them. Cheers.
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby katana » Sun Dec 01, 2019 7:36 am

I do have one fitted to my bike but that is currently wedged exhaust side to wall in my garage - but this may help......maybe?
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby Borla » Sun Dec 01, 2019 4:37 pm

The unit I have was previously used on an F1 sidecar with a Suzuki motor in it and the O2 sensor wiring was extended to fit the outfit. When it was removed the extended wiring was cut of and unfortunately lost, so as I said above I need to know where the orange, blue, green, yellow, white/black and red wires on the original loom go to in the 6 way connector to the O2 sensor.

Thanks for the link to the manual, I did find that but it doesn't have the info I need.

If you are near the bike any time soon would you be able to take a photo of the loom side of the 6 way connector to the O2 sensor maybe please? So long as the photo was clear enough to show what colours go where that would be a huge help.

Thanks.
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby stevieturbo » Sun Dec 01, 2019 7:23 pm

pictures of the unit ?

Is this actually a user accessible wiring, as you mention inside the unit. Is it a plug, other ?

or has someone just cut the wiring or something ?
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby Borla » Mon Dec 02, 2019 5:55 pm

stevieturbo wrote:pictures of the unit ?
djwb1.jpg
djwb2.jpg


stevieturbo wrote:Is this actually a user accessible wiring, as you mention inside the unit. Is it a plug, other ?
Yes, it connects to the blue screw terminal header.

stevieturbo wrote:or has someone just cut the wiring or something ?
Yes, as I already said above, end of original wiring was cut off and connector gone got lost.


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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby stevieturbo » Mon Dec 02, 2019 6:36 pm

you have the colours, so in the absence of a diagram, you need a photo of the connector they used to attach to the sensor, so you can see what colour went where on the plug.

Just need to find someone who has one lol
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby Rob Stevens » Tue Dec 03, 2019 3:28 am

That is a lot of wires and connectors for a wideband!?
Sorry not helping much am I
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby katana » Tue Dec 03, 2019 6:06 am

Rob Stevens wrote:That is a lot of wires and connectors for a wideband!?
Sorry not helping much am I


They also function as a logger for 3 or 4 parameters - but lambda is primary role and they have an analog gauge!
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby katana » Tue Dec 03, 2019 6:36 am

Ok taken some pictures but not sure they will be of any use - I couldn't get to the other side of the plug (sensor side) and much as i'd like to help, I'm not pulling the entire contents of the garage out just for a photo - maybe next year when its warmer! One thing to note is the peculiar plug DJ use - there is something plugged in over the sensor side plug - I have no idea what it is and what its function is!
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Re: Dyno Jet Wideband Commander

Postby stevieturbo » Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:07 pm

Pretty sure that's just the calibration resistor for the sensor
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