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Old 02-23-2012, 09:11 AM
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X3 Datalogging

Just wondering if anyone has used their X3 to scan EOT, ECT, ICP, FICM or VGT cylcle? I was going to order a Scangauge II but thought I'd look at this option first. I understand the X3 is supposed to be WAY easier to datalog with than the X2 was so I've got nothing to loose I guess. Input?
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Old 02-23-2012, 09:18 AM
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Just wondering if anyone has used their X3 to scan EOT, ECT, ICP, FICM or VGT cylcle? I was going to order a Scangauge II but thought I'd look at this option first. I understand the X3 is supposed to be WAY easier to datalog with than the X2 was so I've got nothing to loose I guess. Input?
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:07 PM
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How to get SCT x3 to read eot vs ect....is the name of a post i did a while back....has the info how to do it...im not sure how to male that a link though..
How to get SCT x3 to read eot vs ect
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:07 PM
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looks like i figured it out!
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looks like i figured it out!
HA! ha! That's ok, I subscribed to that thread and give that info to those who ask. Thanks for the write up!!
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Thanks for the link! I'm going to have to play with it and see what it will read. I know that my ECT and EOT should be fine now with the oil cooler replaced and the EGR cooler gone, but I would like to see what the ICP and FICM are doing at the very least. I will probably buy a Scangauge II eventually but will need to let my $$$ recoupe after last weeks $1600 bill.
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