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Old 11-29-2011, 09:54 AM
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ScanGauge Xgauges Help

Can someone help with programming steps to add the EOC and ETC gauges to the scan gauge?

I want to see how far apart my Oil and coolant are running.

4.06 Version.

Denny
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Old 11-29-2011, 10:05 AM
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ECT is already in. It is fWT.
Go to YouTube and do a search for "Entering Xgauges " I did a video while entering. Or search for "amdriven2liv ". I have a couple on there.
The manual is a help also.
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Thanks i looked at you tube, do i use the same values as you or where can i get the values without the digit. Is there a list someplace for other values as well?


Denny
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Go to Scangauge II website. Click on xgauges.Look for the Ford list.
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I am away from my computer. I will check back here this evening and give more info.
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Thanks for all the quick replies, i went to their site and got all the info i needed.

Seeing 209 on the Oil and 195 on the H2O so it appears i'm in need of a oil cooler.
Now i'm off to Bullet Proofs website.

Still don't trust Ford "new" improved OEM anything, not even an antenna.

Denny
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Thanks for all the quick replies, i went to their site and got all the info i needed.

Seeing 209 on the Oil and 195 on the H2O so it appears i'm in need of a oil cooler.
Now i'm off to Bullet Proofs website.

Still don't trust Ford "new" improved OEM anything, not even an antenna.

Denny
Let sit over night and get a cold read on the gauges to verify the gauges are near each other in temps.
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They start out close, stay that way for most of the drive then EOT climbs the longer i drive.

For the most part they stay under 200, especially Water hovers around 193 - 195

The main issue is to get it to stop puking.

Once i have the new cooler in place, i'll flush it with Restore and possibly refill with elc? coolant.

Also have a sinister coolant filter to go on.

Denny
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