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Old 12-15-2011, 08:34 AM
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Just bought a Scan Gauge II

I just picked up a scan gauge II of of craigslist for $75. What gauges do you guys monitor with yours? I will do the EOT, ECT and what else?
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Old 12-15-2011, 08:37 AM
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FICM voltage, ICP pressure, IPR duty cycle, Boost, Trans Temp...
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I normally always keep eot and ect on...the other two i change all the time. I like to keep an eye on everything.
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FICM voltage, ICP pressure, IPR duty cycle, Boost, Trans Temp...
I have a boost and trans gauge on the a pillar. What should the ICP and IPR duty cycle numbers be?
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volts and FICM or boost.
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I have a boost and trans gauge on the a pillar. What should the ICP and IPR duty cycle numbers be?
I'm curious about the IPR Duty cycle myself, what is it and what are the std numbers. Congrats on the Scanguage. I wish I had bought this thing years ago. I love it
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IPR duty cycle will be determined by engine load and ICP request. So wide open throttle, ICP should be round 3800psi or so, and IPR duty cycle would prob be round 70%. Max IPR duty is 85%. Max ICP pressure on the 6.0L is usually around 4000psi. The scanguage can be a great diagnostic tester, example, you could see if the IPR was asking for 85% and the ICP was only 3000psi you would know that there might be a high pressure oil problem.
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