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Old 11-26-2013, 07:19 AM
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Question ISSO Pro EGT gauge

I recently had the up pipes fixed on my E99 F350. The bolts were so rusty that the shop had to weld bolt to the end of the stripped bolt heads to get it apart. Everything is back together and work great except the EGT gauge. When I start the truck the needle on the gauge pins it self to the high side somethings. Other times it won't move or goes up to about 600 just after the truck is started. After a couple of minutes it settles down and I'm hoping it is reading the true EGT. I ordered a new amplifier box on advice of ISSO but they sent me the wrong one.
Would welding on the exhaust manifold with a mig welder cause any problems to either the thermocouple or the amplifier box itself. I'm thinking the electrical current from the welder messing something up.
Any suggestions??
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Old 11-26-2013, 07:29 AM
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Its possable. Who did you talk to at Isspro?

What AMP box did they send you?

I'm assuming you have Isspro EV1 gauges?
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Old 11-26-2013, 08:22 AM
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I'll have to check on the amp number and the EGT gauge numbers. I forgot who I talked to there. They said to check their web page from troubling shooting. I was going to replace the whole amp box ,then found out the the connections are wrong. The amp box they sent me have a square plug in for the gauge. The gauge I have in the truck has round screw connectors.
I tried to test the thermocouple by it self but I'm not sure how to test for ohms. plus it said at room room temperature but it was about 28 degrees in my shop.

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Old 11-26-2013, 08:28 AM
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Isspro is closed this week, but if you wait until monday call and ask for Michael.

I'll shoot you a PM...
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yes I know tired to call yesterday and today. at least my truck runs
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