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Old 02-06-2009, 09:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Scangauge II X-gauges for 6.0

I wanted to start a thread that lists some of the x-gauges that you can program into your Scangauge II specifically for the 03-up 6.0. I will add to this as I find what works. I have added two to mine that I feel are VERY important, Boost Pressure and Transmission Temperature, and one that is more of a toy, Horsepower. EGT is very important also, but will need to be monitored another way (mechanical gauge, Aeroforce). Feel free to share your own x-gauge's here.

Boost Pressure (borrowed from the TDi folks):
TXD: 68 6A F1 01 0B
RXF: 04 41 85 0B 00 00
RXD: 28 08
MTH: 00 91 00 64 FF 88
NAM: BST (or whatever that you prefer)

The last 4 values to the MTH above are specific for my altitude as I am located at around 5150 feet and it was a low pressure day. The MAP value can be used, but you will have to the math in your head to correct for barometric pressure. To correct for altitude, the blue highlighted value should be adjusted. Here are the corresponding values:
12.0 -- FF88 (mile high, low pressure day)
12.1 -- FF87
12.2 -- FF86 (mile high, high pressure day)
12.3 -- FF85
12.4 -- FF84
12.5 -- FF83
12.6 -- FF82
12.7 -- FF81
12.8 -- FF80
12.9 -- FF7F
13.0 -- FF7E
13.1 -- FF7D
13.2 -- FF7C
13.3 -- FF7B
13.4 -- FF7A
13.5 -- FF79
13.6 -- FF78
13.7 -- FF77
13.8 -- FF76
13.9 -- FF75
14.0 -- FF74
14.1 -- FF73
14.2 -- FF72
14.3 -- FF71
14.4 -- FF70
14.5 -- FF6F
14.6 -- FF6E
14.7 -- FF6D (sea level, 14.696 standard engineering day)
14.8 -- FF6C
14.9 -- FF6B
15.0 -- FF6A

Transmission Temperature
TXD: 07 E1 22 16 74
RXF: 04 62 05 16 06 74
RXD: 30 10
MTH: 00 01 00 08 00 00
NAM: TTP (or whatever that you prefer)

I like this better than the factory gauge since this gives a REAL temperature readout in degrees F.

Horsepower
TXD: 00 00 00 00 00 00
RXF: 40 00 80 00 00 00
RXD: 00 00
MTH: 00 0A 00 24 00 00
NAM: HP (or whatever that you prefer)

Probably not the most accurate way of measuring horsepower, but it at least lets you know if you are using a lot or a little. A dyno is the most accurate, and even then, it depends on what dyno you use.

Fuel Tank Level
TXD: C4 10 F1 22 16 C1
RXF: 04 62 45 16 06 C1
RXD: 30 10
MTH: 00 01 01 48 00 00
NAM: FL (or whatever that you prefer)

This gives the fuel tank level in %. (eg: 1.00 is 100%, .25 is 25%)
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Engine Coolant Temperature (Degrees F)
TXD: 07E0221139
RXF: 046205110639
RXD: 3008
MTH: 000200010000
NAM: ETC
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Great post! Thanks!
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Hrm... Checked and double checked my xguage entries, and still no boost gauge. BST is blank. Any ideas?
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I use the inlet air pressure on the standard gauge list and take 15PSI off the reading. Close enough for me.
On my 2005 I think the Transmission Temperature is on the standard gauge to because since I have a std I only read it on friends trucks when I am testing.
Horse power is nice but I like to use the torque reading in % and see the difference with different tunes with accelerator position.
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Thank you for the post. I was very interested in the tranny temp. Also,
I don't have the Throttle Position Sensor reading on mine.
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Here is the XGauge coding manual from the ScanGauge web site. Engine Oil Temp is in the Ford 6.0L section, Transmission Fluid Temp for the 6.0L is in the Ford CAN section.

XGauge Commands (PDF)
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Thanks that sounds like they have updated it since my last read through.
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Yup.. the PDF is very useful. I have all gauges working except for the Boost gauge. Still not able to get that working on my 2007 PSD.
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If I can find out the codes for the standard MAP guage I can figure out the MTH to calculate the Boost (Minus 14.X)
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Anybody ever get the Ambient Air Temp X-gauge to work on their 6.0?

I know it's kinda lame, but I'd like it if it worked...
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Good info. Looking forward to the programming...hope it's not a headache.
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Anybody ever get the Ambient Air Temp X-gauge to work on their 6.0?

I know it's kinda lame, but I'd like it if it worked...

Yes, I too would LOVE to see outside air temp! This is the ONE thing I miss about my chevy.

I have tryed all the codes out there and cannot get one to work!!!!


All the other info displays awesome, though there is a wired thing with engine oil temp going in and out intermitently.

Any ideas on Ambient air????
(no my truck does not display it on the dash)
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Is it possible to do the xgauge thing with the original Scangauge?
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