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Old 03-17-2010, 04:56 PM
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6.0 Oil Temps now working on ScanGaugeII

I just bought the ScanGaugeII last week and was disappointed that I was unable to read the Oil Temps with it. I just got an e-mail with the new codes and mine is working now. I have had an average reading of 190 on the Coolant and the Oil has been 194. Have not loaded truck down, but on a steep long grade I pull the Coolant to 193 and the Oil to 199. Both came back down to normal quickly. 6 degrees is the largest gap I have seen most of the time it is at 4 degrees.

Those who own the ScanGaugeII here is the Codes for the X-Gauge for the Oil Temp

TXD: 07E0221310
RXF: 046205130610
RXD: 3010
MTH: 000901F4FFD8
NAM: EOT

My Strategy is VXAP1 no update sense 2006
on the ScanGauge menu>more>more>code It displays CANSF and the PID is set to ALL.

After searching all the Diesel forums and not finding anything I thought I had wasted my money on the ScanGaugeII, but I have the info I need now. Now to get a Pyro Gauge.
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Thanks!!!! I hope I can get my Scan GuageII configured for this! I'm running out to the truck now!

Updated my ScanGuage II and have the Engine Oil Temp (EOT)! Thanks again for the heads up! Now if I could just get fuel pressure on here! haha

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My dashdaq has always been able to read those temps!
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Here is a Picture of mt ScanGaugeII



Volts and Trans on left
Oil and Coolant on right
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My dashdaq has always been able to read those temps!
Linear Logic Scangauge 2 = $160 shipped

Zeitronix DashDAQ = $535
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What can I say..i'm a gadget nerd! Not only that but it looks so much nicer than the scan gauge. And set limits and audible warnings. Just so much. But like I said, I'm just a gadget nerd.
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Anyone figure out boost reading on scangauge? Perhaps using the MAP minus barometric pressure?
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Anyone figure out boost reading on scangauge? Perhaps using the MAP minus barometric pressure?
Try: Scangauge II X-gauges for 6.0 - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com

Keep in mind that this is a 11 month old thread.

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Here is a Picture of mt ScanGaugeII



Volts and Trans on left
Oil and Coolant on right
Those numbers look good. Looks like you have a healthy oil cooler. Are you running ford gold coolant anymore or have you swiched to something else?
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Old 01-13-2011, 09:22 AM
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There appears to be an issue with the Scanguage displaying engine trouble codes. If you have more than one code it only reads the one and the other code it displays as
p0000?
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