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Adding X-Gaguges to Scangauge II

Just got a Scangauge II and was looking on how to add other gauges to it like EOT and FICM Voltage. I found a bunch of forums on all the codes but how do you enter them into the device. Do you have to hook it up to a computer or do you do it on the device itself?

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no... you go into the X guage slots (I think there's 24 of them) and then edit each one of the 4 parameters that the Scangauge uses (TX/RX/etc). It's a little bit of a pain in the *** but once you figure it out, it's not too bad. Bottom line, no computer needed... just hook it up to the OBDII port and scroll through your options.
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