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Maybe I missed something...

Updated to the latest firmware and tune revision, but now, it has to be unplugged to turn off! Before, I could hold down the wheel, and it would power off. Is there some option that I missed?

Anyone else have this issue?

EDIT: I'm using it as a set of gauges. Thats why I need to be able to turn it on and off.
 

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Maybe I missed something...

Updated to the latest firmware and tune revision, but now, it has to be unplugged to turn off! Before, I could hold down the wheel, and it would power off. Is there some option that I missed?

Anyone else have this issue?

EDIT: I'm using it as a set of gauges. Thats why I need to be able to turn it on and off.
The update on the 9621's & 9623's basicly makes them just like the 9625's and the new powerdown is the ESC button just like the 9625's have.
 

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Thanks man! I knew it had to be something simple that I'd missed. :thumb:
No problem, you should also be able to read the egts now with out the drill and tap probe style sensor. It should read the stock sensor now in real time just like the 9625's.
 

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No problem, you should also be able to read the egts now with out the drill and tap probe style sensor. It should read the stock sensor now in real time just like the 9625's.
It did before, only, I had to mentally convert from celsius. It was reading the sensor in the right bank exhaust, pre turbo, and labeling it egrt or something like that (not one of the 3 pipe sensors). Now, its labeled "PEGT" if I remember correctly, and is finally in fahrenheit. After 2yrs of reading celsius, it was a little shocking to see the higher fahrenheit number initially.
 

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It did before, only, I had to mentally convert from celsius. It was reading the sensor in the right bank exhaust, pre turbo, and labeling it egrt or something like that (not one of the 3 pipe sensors). Now, its labeled "PEGT" if I remember correctly, and is finally in fahrenheit. After 2yrs of reading celsius, it was a little shocking to see the higher fahrenheit number initially.
Yeah, its all in fahrenheit except for the pil (?) not sure why they left that one in celsius.
 
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