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Old 07-03-2014, 07:01 PM
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Torque App (specific to 6.7)

I know there is a thread over in the general forum about the android app "Torque" and various PIDs and configurations. Anybody have a setup that is working great for a 6.7L? I just received an OBDLink MX bluetooth transmitter and I'm pretty sure I've downloaded the Ford PIDs, but I'm still sorely disappointed by the variables that are available. Let's see some 6.7 setups and whether you're happy with it.

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I found 6.7 specific pid's as an installable .apk on one of the other forums and it saved a lot of time.
Not all work but I use all 3 get, dpf percentage and regent status 0/1 or on/off) in my daily commute.
If anyone has any good custom pid's I would love to see them.
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Old 12-31-2014, 10:16 AM
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I am running an Android stereo with several custom PIDs. tho im not sure how many are included in the app now. I'm at work at the moment but i have another forum that i bookmarked at home that has alot of custom PIDs that can be input into it. Ill link it when i get home
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here is the link to the other forum. i'm using about half of them or so. Torque Pro Ford 6.7L Extended PIDs - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
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I could never get the Soot % to read correctly. Mine showed over 100% close to 150%

Is there an updated equation for this?
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Old 01-01-2015, 09:12 AM
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i'm using the equation off of that site for soot level and mine is showing fine. regen starts at 98% most of the time
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Old 01-01-2015, 11:34 AM
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I was using the pid's off that link also and mine started reading in the negative for soot level's so i uninstalled the app will try it again when i go back to work.
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I read that can be caused by the system recalibrating. something to do with soot that won't burn away so it resets the new level to 0 and that can cause it to read negative for a bit till it finishes the cycle

also sorry for the late reply went on travel for work and was away from my pc.
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