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how do i fit my new airflow chip?

got a new chip today seems easy to fit until i unscrew the airflow meter cable and find 5 holes numbered 1-5 does anyone know which two holes i fit my chip into??????
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aftermarket chip? (hmmm... my first time to hear of a chp into the airflow)

anyway, the source of the chip should have given you the instructions on which wires to connect to. That's prolly the only way you can figure that one out. Good Luck
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Cool

yes, pics! :-) am interested to see what this "chip" looks like too.

In Asia, I have seen them connect a "resistor" across the IAT wires on Japanese cars, and they say it increases power by some 5-15%. It won't pass smog though...
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how do i show pics? wont let me put them on reply?
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how do i show pics? wont let me put them on reply?
scroll down to where u see "additional option" > "attach files" > click manage attachments
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just keeps saying failed
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pic maybe too large for the server to handle?... not the right format maybe? you can perhaps describe what it looks like if you cant upload a pic...

does it maybe look like this?
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