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Old 09-30-2013, 06:52 PM
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HELP SPARTAN TUNEING ON MANUAL TRANS

i uploaded the 210 tune for my truck, put the new downpipe on and fired it up, everything seems fine but NONE of my EGT's are reading right??? my egrsa reads around 258 at idle just after start up, all the other egt 1, 2, 3 all say 1458 and stay there so i no they arnt reading right? anything i can do??? i need to be able to see egt
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Old 09-30-2013, 06:54 PM
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You need to be reading EGRTA (Exhaust Gas Recirculation Temp A).
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ok i just wanted to make sure, that one was the only one working correctly, roughly 260 ish at idle right after start up. where is that sensor pulling from?? also high and low limits for it?
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High limit would be 2000 and low limit would be 0. I already stated this in another thread.

The limit only limits the gauge reading on analog monitoring. So it wont do anything if you are reading egt's in digital. To give you an example, your speedo on your dash the low limit is 0 and the high limit is 100. The RPM on your dash the low limit is 0 and the high limit is 5. Just because the gauge readout has those limits doesn't mean that the actual speed and actual rpms are limited to that range. You can run faster than 100mph (if you are tuned) even though the high limit for the speedo is 100.

Maybe I explained this well enough?
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sorry i meant alarm limit not low limit, as in a safety issue. i get the range thing. also a 210 tune should be good for a stock clutch right? 250 might be pushing it? and how do i tell if my tunes have the egr turned off or not? is their a way to read a parameter to find out?
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it will be labeled 210 NEGR or 210NEGR
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