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MAF from dmeshop24 wiring install

Checked their website and it shows a picture then quickly switches the page to something else?!
The 4 pin stock connector to the AFM has a plug that adapts to the MAF, but
I still have a loose red wire and a black wire.
Where do these go?
Red wire to 12V key on for the MAF power?
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Tim, I looked at their site and only found a MAF for the 944 Turbo. No details about how to wire it up, either.
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Thanks for the reply, my 944 Spec brother....
Yeah, seems that redirecting of the page is to get you to pay or register?
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Pulling my hair out......
Been all over the web. Can't find where to plug these two wires for this German "DmeShop24" MAF kit. Confusing part is that the two wires are split from the same wire and ohm out as a short. ( they are connected). German website has no install instructions. Translated the whole@#$%^ website.
I've looked at Lindsey racing, Vitesse, Miller websites for clues.
Their length and the fact that they have bullet connectors, 1 male (red), 1 female black), suggest that they might be using the diagnostic plug next to the brake booster for power.
The rest of the wires are accounted for as they are a direct plug in to the factory AFM connector.
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Here's a pic from the Vitesse install.
https://rennlist.com/forums/attachments/944-turbo-and-turbo-s-forum/358740d1242364043-vitesse-maf-installation-completed-you-can-do-it-too-pic-6a.jpg
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if it does in fact go to the diagnostic plug, i wonder if they short out to bypass the idle valve for some reason related to that MAF setup.

on my old Rogue MAF it just had a single red wire that ran to the coil+ terminal for power.
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