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Old 03-29-2012, 02:47 PM
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dashboss log what does it need to be

these are at idle not really warmed up

temps:
coolant-176
oil-176
trans-115

boost(g)psi-0.7

inj.:
inj. PW ms.-1288/944 (high/low)
icp psi-583/574 and its 0psi when engine off key on i think i read somewhere that it should be 500 when the key is on but i dont know
icp volts-0.9/0.7
ipr %-24/22
ficm-48.50/47.50

ecu/batt volts-13.53/13.26
MAF v-2.91/2.69

calc load %-35/28
vgt%-67
back pressure-14

I'm working on uploading some data logs but it wont let me download the file type that it is

Anything will help and if you know of a link to a page that has all the spec. for all the different psi/volts anything else i could use that too

thanks for the help
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Old 03-29-2012, 03:42 PM
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On the link posted, Bismic has provided the basic readings. He is a little on the conservative side with the temps, but gives you a good idea of what they should be.

EGT, TFT & EOT - Dangerous Levels


The rest of the parameters that you inquired about will mainly be used for troubleshooting. You can find a lot of info on what/how the readings should be to indicate and narrow down the failed system/part.

Start with the 2003.5 book and work your way up in years, then also look at the VGT turbo book.
http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/articl...icle-06-08.php

Here is another link with info.
http://www.o-f-i.com/pdf/Ford_6.0L_0...iagnostics.pdf


You can search the Internet for lots of info on troubleshooting by using a monitor that can read live data. Browse the 6.0 problem area, and pay attention to the Ford techs, they offer a lot of info on what the parameter should read/mean.
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thank ill check those out
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