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Old 09-03-2009, 09:32 AM
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Need a little help with Spartan display?

I have the three gauge display on the spartan and the left gauge is boost. The right gauge is trans temp. The middle gauge was exhaust temp but the other night I was playing with display and cant find the exhaust temp again. I have spent hours looking for it and no luck. Any help would be great. Thanks Matt
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It is labeled egtr-a or somthing like that, Jeff should be along shortly to give you exacts as he is a knowledge database for stuff like this, if not call John at Cobb's he will know
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Goto D-Ford Specific, then scroll down to Exhaust Gas Recirculation Temp Sensor A (EGRTA) and select it as your parameter!
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Mine only has the following- A-Ford specific,D-analog input,C-analog input, and Generic OBD2.

When I select Exhaust gas recirculation temp sensor A (EGRTA) it says I have to purchase it?

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Hah i was right Anyone need a tech support person
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Mine only has the following- A-Ford specific,D-analog input,C-analog input, and Generic OBD2.

When I select Exhaust gas recirculation temp sensor A (EGRTA) it says I have to purchase it?
You should not have to purchase that parameter, It sounds like you need to update your DashDAQ and select the correct Ford specific parameters...The best person to help you with this issue is Mick. Email your issue to techsupport@spartandieseltech.com. He will for sure be able to help you
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