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post #41 of 47 Old 01-09-2019, 11:47 AM
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After the 15-20 minute tune change doesnít the transmission have to relearn each time? Iím on the fence on what tuner to purchase for my truck. Trying to decide today as my dpf system is giving me fits.
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Each truck is different. I've switched tunes probably 30 times within a few months and have driven normal for about 75 miles and nothing has ever happened. Some will say there's a procedure you have to do etc...seems to be more prominent with the 17+'s however.
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I installed the temp probe from the DEF to my block off plate on the manifold. Is there a way to read that EGT with Forscan?

If I get the edge insight and probe what do you do with the oem? Does the Computer need that there?
Sorry to resurrect a thread - has a verdict been reached on whether or not it is possible to monitor the block-off plate probe EGT using Forscan? Mine is a 2013 model year.

Currently I have the probe that was in the crossover pipe installed in the plate, but still have all the stock DPF probes as well.

I do not run a monitor at all times since most of my driving is around town - but I would like the ability to keep an eye on manifold EGTs if possible using this configuration

The Forscan app for the phone seems like a good option if i can tap into that PID

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cmunsell- I have the forscan app on my phone as well and i try the PID from forscan to read off the block-off plate. It doesn't work. I was in he same boat as you that's why i was asking on here too about the cts2.
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Sorry to resurrect a thread - has a verdict been reached on whether or not it is possible to monitor the block-off plate probe EGT using Forscan? Mine is a 2013 model year.

Currently I have the probe that was in the crossover pipe installed in the plate, but still have all the stock DPF probes as well.

I do not run a monitor at all times since most of my driving is around town - but I would like the ability to keep an eye on manifold EGTs if possible using this configuration

The Forscan app for the phone seems like a good option if i can tap into that PID

Thanks
Does anyone know the answer to this? if its NOT possible what PID should I use for EGT on forscan?
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Sorry if i did not reply to this one, I got it figured out.

You have to use a probe from the DPF in place of the one that was in the crossover pipe. You use the same harness/connector, just different probe.

I use OBD Fusion on iPhone and picked up the EGT using 'Exhaust Gas Recirculation Temperature Sensor C (Bank 1, Sensor 2)

I am not sure what the PID value is but that is the display that shows.
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Sorry if i did not reply to this one, I got it figured out.

You have to use a probe from the DPF in place of the one that was in the crossover pipe. You use the same harness/connector, just different probe.

I use OBD Fusion on iPhone and picked up the EGT using 'Exhaust Gas Recirculation Temperature Sensor C (Bank 1, Sensor 2)

I am not sure what the PID value is but that is the display that shows.
What are you using for the OBDII Reader?
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