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Old 03-20-2011, 04:49 AM
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ScangaugeII has improved XGauge 6.0L Codes

On an other Powerstroke site, Linear Loggic Engineer have answered to members demand in giving us additional measuments that includes very important gauge information.

This gives a very good value to the simple $160 gauge that for the last 4 years have been the best tool I have used to protect my Truck. For me its a must have gauge for all us 6.0L owners.

ScangaugeII rocks.

ScangaugeII special 6.0L Ford Codes that I will program in my unit as soon as I have time toi do so. The most important being a way to monitor the FICM values.

FICM Vehicle Power (Volts) (Should be 12 Volts)
TXD: 07E02209CE
RXF: 0462450906CE
RXD: 3010
MTH: 0064010000000
NAM: FVP

FICM Logic Power (Volts) (Should be 12 volts)
TXD: 07E02209CF
RXF: 0462450906CF
RXD: 3010
MTH: 0064010000000
NAM: FLP

FICM Main Power (Volts) (Should be 47-48)
TXD: 07E02209D0
RXF: 0462450906D0
RXD: 3010
MTH: 0064010000000
NAM: FMP

VGT Duty Cycle (%)
TXD: 07E022096D
RXF: 04620509066D
RXD: 3010
MTH: 00647FFF0000
NAM: VGT

Engine Oil Temp.
TXD: 07E0221310
RXF: 046245130610
RXD: 3010
MTH: 00090005F05F ( Use this if the EOT is not reading right 00090005FFD8)
NAM: EOT

Trans. Fluid Temp.
TXD: 07E1221674
RXF: 046205160674
RXD: 3010
MTH:000100080000
NAM: TFT

Horse Power
TXD: 00
RXF: 400080000000
RXD: 0000
MTH: 000A00240000
NAM: HPR
Inj. Control Press.
TXD: 07E0221446
RXF: 046205140646
RXD: 3010
MTH: 003900640000
NAM: ICP

IPR Duty Cycle
TXD: 07E0221434
RXF: 046285140634
RXD: 3008
MTH: 0DCA03E8000A
NAM: IPR %

Boost (Untested)
TXD: 686AF1010B
RXF: 0441850B0000
RXD: 2808
MTH: 00910064FF88
NAM: BST

EGR Duty Cycle (Percent)
TXD: 07E022166E
RXF: 04620516066E
RXD: 3010
MTH: 006440000000
NAM: EGR

Intake Air Temperature 2 (Fahrenheit)
TXD: 07E02216A8
RXF: 0462051606A8
RXD: 3010
MTH: 000100010000
NAM: IA2

Exhaust Back Pressure
TXD: 07E0221445
RXF: 046285140645
RXD: 3010
MTH: 001D00500000
NAM: EBP

Fuel Level
TXD: 007E02216C1
RXF: 0462451606C1
RXD: 3010
MTH: 000101480000
NAM: FL


Mass Fuel Desired
TXD: 07E0221412
RXF: 046245140612
RXD: 3010
MTH: 006400100000
NAM: MFD

Volume Fuel Desired
TXD: 07E0221411
RXF: 046245140611
RXD: 3010
MTH: 006400100000
NAM: VFD

Engine Run Time
TXD: 07DF011F
RXF: 0441051F
RXD: 2810
MTH: 0001003C0000
NAM: ERT (Minutes)

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Do you have one for the Fan Speed Sensor?
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Do you have one for the Fan Speed Sensor?
THIS WAS POSTED BY "NPCCPARTSMAN" ON ANOTHER FORUM. This would be a tester x gauge. Give it a try and see what you think.


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After a little trial, error, and thought here's the value for the engine fan speed sensor:
TXD: 07E022099F
RXF: 04624509069F
RXD: 3010
MTH: 000100010000
NAM: FSS
Note: Engine Fan Speed Sensor

Since the Fan RPM's are read directly from the fan clutch there should be no need to know the pulley diameter's. The value should be read as actual RPM's. At 675 engine idle RPM I had approximately 934 Fan RPM.

One thing I do want to note is that even though the engine RPM's increase and the crank pulley is larger than the fan pulley, fan RPM's don't go up correspondingly, indicating that I have some clutch function. I also found a PID (091F) for Fan duty cycle % that will take a little more work to figure out but should be a useful companion to FSS.
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[QUOTE]Boost (Untested)
TXD: 686AF1010B
RXF: 0441850B0000
RXD: 2808
MTH: 00910064FF88
NAM: BST[/QOUTE]

This boost isn't a "CAN" gauge. This I think came from a "TDI" forum.
You will notice the TXD for "CAN" vehicles starts with "07E0".

Some Scangauge II Codes for "Xgauge"


More to come.
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Old 03-20-2011, 07:47 PM
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The hp one is a little off....at idle it shows me at 1500ish hp
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Sean, NPCCPARTSMAN is my "other" half. LOL I was asking the guy if he had because if he didn't, I was gonna post it because, I did. LOL
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nice they all work well
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Yes they do. It is so much fun to have so many gauges at your finger tips.

ECT and EOT are always up on mine, the other 2 gauges vary from day to day.
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the scanguage will it allow you to set any alarms or will this be on the next model .... thats the only thing missing from this and the EGT would be the ****.... but i am very happy with this so far...
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I know this is an old thread buuuuuuut My truck is very sick so I picked up at scangauge II today and I'm figuring it out pretty well. I do have a couple questions. What should the ICP values be? mine seemed to climb from about 650-1000ish then drop back to around 500... My truck wont run at full throttle right now... I was wondering if the pressure is supposed to continue to climb or are my readings normal
Hope someone sees this old thread! haha
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