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Old 12-06-2012, 06:07 AM
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Question about icp

I am using the dash boss monitoring system for my truck. I have a 06 ford f250 xlt I was running down the road about 1900 rpm and the icp calc pressure is it suppose to be bouncing around from 1500 psi to 1000 psi or is it suppose to be a steady pressure
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Old 12-06-2012, 06:57 AM
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I haven't used icp calc, I use actual and it holds steady depending on throttle position. That value will change depending on throttle position and whether you go up or down hills, to maintain 45mph, mine goes between 950-1200 on flat ground depending on wind. What does your icp voltage do at the same time?
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Yea the voltage stay the same around 2.0 to 1.5 or so up and down hills but it was steady
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Did you update the Gateway (OBDII module) to the newest Firmware 1.61.

http://www.dashboss.com/support/downloads-and-updates/


The new app update version is separate updates. Depending on how much of the app is updated, will determine if you need to update the Gateway Firmware (OBDII module).


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I didn't know anything about that I will get that done and see what happens thanks. What cord do I need to do this

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I didn't know anything about that I will get that done and see what happens thanks. What cord do I need to do this
Just your standard digital camera cord, one end is a USB plug, the other is the plug designed for a camera (not the mini style). I use a cord from my daughters toy (Dora the Explorer, it's pink!! LOL).


I sent a message to Ken, I haven't found any info on when its needed to update the Firmware after doing "X" amounts of App updates.

Let me know how it comes out.


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Yep sure will everything seems to work find excite for the calculated icon pressure
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How did you make out??

At idle, the ICP Calc will read a little low. For idle readings you want to use the ICP PID. When running high rpm or WOT, you want to take your readings with ICP Calc.


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