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    Default ARC and LDX dash wiring

    Trying to get driveshaft to work with the LDX Racepak dash. The LDX uses a single wire that goes to the driveshaft sensor. The sensor used is the older SC1000 (2 pole) type. I tried to use a V300 style (3 pole) sensor to connect to the ARC and just run the single wire from the LDX to the blue/white wire. No driveshaft graph shows up in the Racepak. Any thoughts?

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    msdtech1955 Guest

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    also test the signal wire by putting the dash in record mode and tapping the driveshaft input wire to ground. It should easily generate a signal.

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    Ok. I have it wired that way. The cable that goes to the driveshaft sensor is a 3 wire one for vnet style connector. The connector that comes with the LDX is 2 wire old style sensor. I installed a vnet style sensor to connect to the ARC but no driveshaft graph shows in the racepak. When I put pin 12 wire back in the original 2 wire sensor, the DS graph showed up.

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