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Question How do you have your PID's set up on Torque Pro?

For those of you who use the Torque PRO app on your phone or tablet to monitor your 6.0....how do you have your PID's/Gauges all set up?

This is how I've got mine arranged on my tablet that I have mounted in my truck.....but I'm sure there is a better, more organized way...just looking to see what other people do.

Also, should I add any more PID's that I might be missing?

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Been curious about a similar thread.
Have cam vs crank sync, ficm sync, and VREF on another page.

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Great idea! I added another page with mostly just diagnostic stuff...including the cam/crank sync, and FICM sync. Thanks for the suggestion!

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What are you using to connect to the torque app? I have an OBDlink MX and I'm not getting readings on most of my PID's. And yes, I'm set it to the Ford predefined set. Thanks
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Myself, obdlink mx. Lol
Is it connecting at all?

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[QUOTE=79jasper;4650154]Myself, obdlink mx. Lol
Is it connecting at all?

It's connected I get data on my HPOP, EOT, and IPR. Nothing on coolant, VGT and a handfull of others.
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You may look over the pids.

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What are you using to connect to the torque app? I have an OBDlink MX and I'm not getting readings on most of my PID's. And yes, I'm set it to the Ford predefined set. Thanks

I have one of the cheap $10 ELM 327 Blue adapters I got off of Amazon. Seems to work ok.

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I'm thinking the previous owners may have deleted some stuff I don't know about. I do know the abs system has been deleted. My truck runs great and looks beautiful. I've owned for about a year and take good care of it. Done some mods on it but think more was done previously. Hasn't had a leak anywhere since I've owned so I do think the previous owners took good care of it too. Maybe someone just knew what they were doing when deleting? Only thing I can think of. I really don't know but would like to find out somehow.
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[QUOTE=79jasper;4650196]

You may look over the pids.

I've picked all the Ford ones from the set. Is that what you mean?

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[QUOTE=79jasper;4650196]

You may look over the pids.


I've picked all the Ford ones from the set. Is that what you mean?

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