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Old 01-04-2012, 07:13 PM
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icp in psi with CTS?

Have seen a few commits about being able to monitor ICP in psi with the CTS. I have one updated last week, but yet to find a PID with the ICP in psi only volts. emailed edge over christmas on to be told can't monitor ICP in psi through the data port I think thats what its called. has anybody had any luck getting it to read in psi?
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Old 01-04-2012, 07:27 PM
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I have it on mine and it has not been updated since I got it back in October.

I can go get a picture for proof if anyone needs it.

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I'm running an Insight CTS in an '06 F250 and I do monitor ICP PSI.
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Old 01-04-2012, 07:32 PM
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mine is a 04 don't know if that matters, all I have is volt reading in menu only has ICP volts looked if labled something else nothing sticks out maybe need new glasses. is your labled ICP psi?
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Yup ICP PSI I have an 07 so that might be it.

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i cant read icp on my 03 just volts. i think its a 03 motor thing. i can get it with my scanner but not my insight
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I've got a friend with an '04 and I remember something being different about the PIDS on it. I'll find out on it for you.

Mine does read ICP PSI.
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if i remember right if his 04 has a 03 motor he cant read it at this time. if its a late 04-07 you can get icp pid
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Old 01-04-2012, 07:47 PM
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well I though so my luck its a year thing. hoping though it would work in a 04.
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I have an 04 with a later update and mine is in volts. We are the black sheep. Mine is late 04
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