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Unhappy AutoEnginuity and Baro sensor

I am trying to find out whether a reading using Auto Enginuity is bad or not. When reading the Baro sensor the reading of 3.62 volts appears in yellow on the realtime sensor monitoring. Is the fact that it is in yellow instead of green a concern? Also what is the formula for converting the volts to psi.??? AE only reads the volts. By the way, I am at 6000 ft

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I'm not sure what it's supposed to be putting out. Why are you testing it? I had to replace my baro sensor due to hard shifts. I replaced it and it all cleared up. Maybe a dealership could tell you what it's proper reading is supposed to be.
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