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Old 12-06-2012, 10:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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San Gauge II for a 6.0L

Is anyone using a scan gauge II o monitor their 6.0L?

Any special programming for the x gauge to make it show what really needs to be monitored on the 6.0?
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Do a search on here or many other powerstroke sites to get all the x gauge codes. SG II is close to the best money you can spend on a 6 litre.


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I use one. very simple to set up the xgauges. Oil Temp, Coolant Temp, VGT%, and ICP are probably the most important

X-Gauge programmable gauges
Ford Specific XGauges : Linear Logic : Home of the ScanGauge
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Where did you mount your ScanGauge II? got any pictures of how it looks?
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what he said. I took a short piece of 1/2 cherry and drilled a hole (can't remember the size) then cut it in half and put the scan gauge on it and then mounted on top of the rear view mirror clamping on the mirror support rod. got a short CAT5 cable to extend from the port to the mirror
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Iam...various places to mount & if handy as mentioned, can make your own. I finally mounted on r.v. mirror w/mount (not cheap), but for me was better. Did need ext. length of cable to reach DLC.

Wasn't hard to tuck cable under headliner, over/behind pillar on down/under/over to DLC. I think someone made pics etc. here, I didn't. Just in case....6L SGII Codes/info. (tks sduty) Not bad at all for the price. Can see 4 xg at one time & more than enuf for me. It also read the DTC set when my cel came on. Good luck!
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I went the lazy way and bought this.

http://store.blendmount.com/blendmou...geii-p101.aspx

Very nice, looks factory clean and is decently priced.
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I wanted mine down lower, so I velcroed mine to the dash right above the left drivers airvent (next to the door). The cable runs under the dash and is tucked into the seam between the upper and lower dash were it comes around by the door. Not perfect, but not bad either.
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