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Using a Scan Gauge 2

I just had to install a new long block due to a couple of cracked cylinders, in doing so I did all of the things that you should do (Oil cooler, STC, ELC coolant, Banjo bolts, Turbo tubes in and out, ect). Now I want to watch everything so I purchased a Scan Gauge 2 from Bullitproof diesel already set up for a 6.0, but there are alot of functions that I can scroll thru that I am not sure what they are for or what they should read. I did not get any paper work specific for the 6.0. Anyone who knows these and has the time to explain that would be great. Thanks

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You can scroll thru and choose pids. For example icp is injector control pressure. Eot is oil temp. Fwt I think is coolant temp. Not sure of all the pid definitions but if you give BPD a call I bet they can define then for you.
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this should help you out.
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