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Old 05-21-2013, 08:28 AM
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High ect

I use a quadzilla commander to monitor egt, ect, and Trans temps. I've been seeing high ect, anywhere from 200-215*

This morning on way to work my gauge was reading 205* and sct livelink showed a max of 192*. Livelink monitors the ecu through the odb ii port, so i would think it is accurate. My gauge is wire tapped into the ect sensor (I'll check tap).

I was thinking bad ect sensor, but that sensor is where the ecu gets that data also right? So livelink should read the same as gaugeThe ecu uses the ect sensor for the vehicles ect values right? The ecu doesn't gather that info another way does it?

Livelink is new to me and I'm not comfortable with it yet, but commander monitor and livelink are getting data from same sensor, but showing different values. Any thoughts
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