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Scan Guage II ?'s
I am considering purchasing a Scan Guage II for my 2003 6.0. I am just wondering how many people have them and how they like them. I want to make sure that I can view things like EOT, ECT, FICM volts, and IPR readings.
Are these enough gauges? You will need to enter these in the Xgauge area of the Scangauge II. The ECT is labeled f*wt in the SGII already.
Below I have added to the list of Xgauges Fords specs for most of the gauges. There are a couple I may need Scangauge to look at and fix. Some are blank and I need to figure more out.
KO=KEY ON LI=LOW IDLE HI=HIGH IDLE OR=OPERATING RANGE
FICM Vehicle Power (Volts) (Should be 12 Volts, should not drop below 10.25 for more than 60 seconds, or 9.0 for 4 seconds. TSB 09-24-03)
KO=12.0 LI=14.0 HI=14.0 OR=10.5-15.5
FICM Logic Power (Volts) (Should be 12 volts)
KO=12.0 LI=13.5 HI=13.5 OR=10.5-15.5
FICM Main Power (Volts) (Should be 47-48) Your FMP should never dip below 45. If it does, your FICM is toast and needs repaired or replaced.
KO=47 LI=47.5 HI=47.5 OR=40-52 (yes, that is what it says from Ford)
VGT Duty Cycle (%)
KO=0 LI=73 HI=43 OR=0-100 %
Engine Oil Temp
MTH: 00090005F05F (00090005FFD8 alternate MTH found)
Engine hot KO=190 LI=190 HI=190 OR= -40 - 302 *F
Trans. Fluid Temp
Inj. Control Press. (ICP / HPOP)
KO=0 LI=625.5 HI=1400-1450 OR=0-4045
ICP Voltage (Volts)
KO=0.2 LI=1.0 HI=1.8 OR=.15-4.7 Volts
IPR Duty Cycle
NAM: IPR %
KO=14.84 LI=24 HI=40.60 OR=0-50 %
Throttle Position 1 (Volts)
Note: Voltage of the ETC Throttle Position Sensor number 1
KO=4.0 LI=4.0 HI=3.4 OR=0.7 - 4.2 VOLT Accelerator Pedal Track 1
Throttle Position 2 (Volts)
Note: Voltage of the ETC Throttle Position Sensor number 2
KO=1.4 LI=1.4 HI=1.9 OR=1.4 - 4.1 VOLT Accelerator Pedal Track 2
Throttle Position Desired (Degrees)
Note: ETC Commanded Throttle Angle, in degrees.
Throttle Position Actual (Degrees)
Note: The measured throttle angle from the throttle sensor inputs.
EGR Duty Cycle (Percent)
KO=0 LI=0-15 HI=32 OR=0-44 %
EGR Throttle Position Control Signal
EGR Valve Position (mm)
Note: EGR Valve Position in hundredths of a millimeter, where 0 mm indicates a closed EGR valve position.
EGR Valve Position Desired (%)
EGR Valve Position Measured (%)
Note: MEASURED EGR Valve Position, in %, where a low value indicates a closed EGR valve (0 EGR flow), and a high value indicates an open EGR valve.
KO=0 LI=0 HI=9.72 OR=0 - 14 PERCENT
EGR Valve Position (Volts 0-5)
KO=0.8 LI=0.8 -1.0 HI=1.3 OR=0.6 - 3.5 VOLT
Camshaft & Crankshaft Sync (1 = in sync, 0 = not in sync)
RXD: 3000 (3001 alternate)
KO=0 LI=1 HI=1 OR 0-1 (NO/YES)
Intake Air Temperature 2 (Fahrenheit)
Engine HOT KO=113 LI=113 HI=113 OR= -40-250 *F
Here is another BAR if the above one is not working for you. The one below works for me.
Barometric Pressure (PSI)
KO=96.5 (14) LI=96.5 (14) HI=96.5 (14) OR=50 - 120 (7.3 - 17.4) kPa (PSI)
Exhaust Back Pressure
KO=103 (15) LI=110 (16) HI=110 (16) OR=55 - 607 (8 -88) kPA (PSI)
Volume Fuel Desired
Mass Fuel Desired (Milligrams Per Stroke)
KO=0 LI=7.5 HI=10.7 OR=0-100
Engine Run Time (Minutes)
Fan Speed Sensor (RPM)
KO=0 LI=533 HI=488 OR=0-4000
Fan Speed Sensor Duty Cycle (%)
Manifold Absolute Pressure (PSI) (BOOST)
MAP is a standard gauge - but this XGauge is actually better than the standard one. It has a larger range which was needed because the standard gauge tops out around 37 psi absolute (about 22 lbs of boost), which diesels have no problem doing. This one should read well beyond 22lbs of boost.
With a little tweaking you can adjust this to read boost as you said.
To do this, just plug in the MAP code - get a reading from it with the key in the on position but the engine off, then based on the reading changed the last 4 digits of the MTH to whatever corresponds to your reading on this table
14.0 -- FF74
14.1 -- FF73
14.2 -- FF72
14.3 -- FF71
14.4 -- FF70
14.5 -- FF6F
14.6 -- FF6E
14.7 -- FF6D
14.8 -- FF6C
14.9 -- FF6B
15.0 -- FF6A
So, for example if you got a reading of 14.5 PSI with key on engine off you'd change the MTH to 01220320FF6F and the reading should read 0.0 with key on engine off and would then show how many lbs of boost you were at when the vehicle is running.
Injector Timing Before Top Dead Center (Degrees)
KO=0 LI=-8.71 HI=+3.5 OR-50 - 50 ANGLE (Degrees) Injector Timing (TDC)
( not sure about the above)
Fuel Injector Pulse Width (Microseconds)
Gear (Transmission Gear)
Vehicle Speed Sensor (MPH)
Accelerator Pedal Position (%)
Key On=0 LI=0 HI=13 Op range=0-17.75 (mine reads up to 99%, not sure why)
DTC Count (Diagnostic Trouble Code Count)
Counts trouble code cycles
KO=0 LI=0 HI=0 OR=0 - 255
VREF (Calibration Voltage Input)
KO=4.9 LI=4.9 HI=4.9 OR=4.5 - 5.5 VOLTS Reference Voltage
Net Torque into Torque Converter (Ft-Lbs)
I like the gauge, even though it doesn't read EGT's or Fuel pressure. I'm not sure if they have made any strides in the code reading dept. It does lack on reading pending codes, but will read the codes that have thrown the CEL.
amdriven2lv's list was the B-O-M-B BOMB when I first bought my SGII! Sure it takes some manual entries, but for $150, I'm not complaining! As far as EGT and fuel PSI, I went with Auto Meter Sport Comp series gauges.
I have a ScanGaugeII and was wondering do you think the codes for the IPR and ICP sensors are capable of diagnosing whether or not the sensors are bad?
couple items at hand..... 1. ( not advertising ) bullet proof diesel sold me mine preprogrammed to ford 6.0 PID's.
2. scangauge website has a list of all PID's as some do not come preprogrammed.
3. Due the procedure for boost psi, it makes a difference.
4. all in all, i love mine.
there is a specific mount for it, but i cant remember who makes it. i bought a scosche moblie phone holder and removed the arms that secure the phone, it mounts perfectly to the gauge.