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post #1 of 57 (permalink) Old 08-31-2009, 11:34 PM Thread Starter
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Scan gauge finally installed

Took all of like 5 minutes. This thing is really nice. Just plug in to the OBD and go. Monitors two things at once. Mine is currently set to engine oil temp and ICP. I think its a useful tool for sure. I'm approacing csi status now. Equivalency of 6 gauges.

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post #2 of 57 (permalink) Old 08-31-2009, 11:37 PM
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Re: Scan gauge finally installed

They are kind of handy to have at your disposal, thats for sure. I've liked having mine. I did find a list of all the Power Stroke DTC's online and print it off to stick in the jockey box, just to have on hand, so I'd know what each code was.
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I loved mine so much I got one for the wifes Excursion too! Very handy! Right now my plug for AE is broken, so I have been using the scan gauge more...

Good place to put it too!

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Looks good, I may get one to use a guages 8, and 9... How many different items can it display, in total, not all at once of course.

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Good place to put it too!
I really didnt want to go drilling holes or adding another big pod...so this worked out.

Kinda hinders reading MPH over 80 or so...but the scan gauge has a MPH setting too.





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They are kind of handy to have at your disposal, thats for sure. I've liked having mine. I did find a list of all the Power Stroke DTC's online and print it off to stick in the jockey box, just to have on hand, so I'd know what each code was.
For those who dont know...it reads and clears codes too.....





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I really didnt want to go drilling holes or adding another big pod...so this worked out.

Kinda hinders reading MPH over 80 or so...but the scan gauge has a MPH setting too.
all you need to see is under 80...10 over or 50 over your still speeding

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In the past two weeks I've seen the factory speedo (which shows 8 mph slow) pegged more times than I can remember.





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It can also do a buzz and contribution test. I mounted mine down low since it does not dim with the dash lights although you can dim it.
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It can also do a buzz and contribution test. I mounted mine down low since it does not dim with the dash lights although you can dim it.
Mine does that as well....but have not hooked up the extra lead for that functionality.





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