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post #16 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-05-2015, 10:01 AM
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I'm now using the OBDLink MX Bluetooth version adapter. I had a problem with it not going int sleep automatically, but after a call to the manufacturer they told me how to do a reset on it and how to correct a setting in Torque and now it works. You need to put a check in the Torque setting called "ScanTool.net (OBDLink) Power Savings". Without doing this it will not go to sleep properly. I also found that I need to close the Torque app before shutting off the engine!
As far as what all the sensors are and such I would suggest searching the web for the Powerstroke 6.4L Bible and start reading.
In regards to your question about the pre turbo temp (PID 22115f on my list), that will be the hottest one, since it is right after the exhaust manifolds. One thing to note about this sensor is that it is not very accurate until a little while after engine start when it heats up a little, so don't be alarmed if it reads something like 140 degrees with a cold engine before starting.
this link talks about adding the basic Ford specific PIDs into the Torque Pro app: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS for torque pro app. - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
You need those in Torque Pro before you start adding the ones for the 6.4L or 6.7L.
Good Luck.

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Latest list of PIDs for the 6.4

My experimental 6.4 Powerstroke PIDs for the Torque Pro App:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 2209d4
Long Name: 6.4 Accelerator Pedal Position
Short Name: Pedal %
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: %
Equation: A/2
Header: Auto
Notes:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 221172
Long Name: 6.4 Battery Voltage
Short Name: Battery
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: Volts
Equation: A/16
Header: Auto
Notes:

Testing Complete: No
PID: 221624
Long Name: 6.4 Cylinder Head Temp.
Short Name: Cyl. Head
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*1.999)+32
Header: Auto
Notes:

Testing Complete: No
PID: 22fd8a?
Long Name: 6.4 Dist. Since Last Compl. Regen
Short Name: DSLCR
Min.: 0
Max.: 10000
Scale: x1
Units: Miles
Equation: (((A*256)+B/10)*0.621371192
Header: Auto
Notes: This is probably not the correct PID

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 220966
Long Name: 6.4 DPF Regen Status
Short Name: Regen
Min.: 0
Max.: 128
Scale: x1
Units:
Equation: A/128
Header: Auto
Notes: Result will be a 0 or a 1

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 22c974
Long Name: 6.4 DPF Soot Load
Short Name: DPF Soot
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: #
Equation: (((A*256)+B)+8192)/1000
Header: Auto
Notes: Use this raw number to determine your range then
create another PID for percentage (see next PID).

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 22c974
Long Name: 6.4 DPF Soot Load Percentage
Short Name: DPF Soot %
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: #
Equation: (((((A*256)+B)+8192)/1000)-45)/(57-45)*100
Header: Auto
Notes: My Soot Load range is about 45 to 57.
So, % Soot = ((Soot Load)-45)/(57-45)*100

Testing Complete: No
PID: 22115f
Long Name: 6.4 Turbo Inlet Temp.
Short Name: Turbo In
Min.: 0
Max.: 1800
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: ((((A*256)+B)/10)-40)*(9/5)+32
Header: Auto
Notes: Equation?

Testing Complete: No
PID: 221161
Long Name: 6.4 EGR Inlet Temp.
Short Name: EGR In
Min.: 0
Max.: 600
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: ((((A*256)+B)/10)-40)*(9/5)+32
Header: Auto
Notes: Equation?

Testing Complete: No
PID: 2209fe
Long Name: 6.4 EGR Valve Position (% open)
Short Name: EGR %
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: %
Equation: ((A*256)+B)*0.003052
Header: Auto
Notes: Equation?

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 220991
Long Name: 6.4 EGT11 Post Turbo (pre DOC) Temp.
Short Name: Post Turbo
Min.: 0
Max.: 1800
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*(9/5))-40
Header: Auto
Notes:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 220992
Long Name: 6.4 EGT12 Post DOC (pre DPF) Temp.
Short Name: Post DOC
Min.: 0
Max.: 1800
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*(9/5))-40
Header:
Notes:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 221171
Long Name: 6.4 EGT13 Post DPF Temp.
Short Name: Post DPF
Min.: 0
Max.: 1800
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*(9/5))-40
Header: Auto
Notes:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 0105
Long Name: 6.4 Engine Coolant Temp.
Short Name: Coolant
Min.: 0
Max.: 300
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: ((A-40)*(9/5))+32
Header: TCM
Notes:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 221310
Long Name: 6.4 Engine Oil Temp.
Short Name: Eng. Oil
Min.: 0
Max.: 300
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: ((((A*256)+B)/100)-40)*(9/5)+32
Header: Auto
Notes:

Testing Complete: ?
PID: 22116c
Long Name: 6.4 DPF Back Pressure
Short Name: DPF BP
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: psi
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*0.03625)*0.145
Header: Auto
Notes: Equation? Sensor spec range is 0-12 psi.

Testing Complete: ?
PID: 221445
Long Name: 6.4 Exhaust Manifold Back Pressure
Short Name: Exh. BP
Min.: 0
Max.: 100
Scale: x1
Units: psi
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*0.03625)-BARO()
Header: Auto
Notes: Equation? Sensor spec range is 4-90 psi.

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 2216a8
Long Name: 6.4 Intake Air Temp.
Short Name: Intake Air
Min.: 0
Max.: 120
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: (A*256)+B
Header: Auto
Notes:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 221674
Long Name: 6.4 Transmission Fluid Temp.
Short Name: Trans. Fluid
Min.: 0
Max.: 300
Scale: x1
Units: F
Equation: ((A*256)+B)/8
Header: TCM
Notes:

Testing Complete: Yes
PID: 221440
Long Name: 6.4 Turbo Boost Pressure
Short Name: Boost
Min.: 0
Max.: 40
Scale: x1
Units: psi
Equation: (((A*256)+B)*0.03625)-BARO()
Header: Auto
Notes:
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Olllie972:
Did to try the TPMS PIDs that was just posted in the 6.7L thread by another member? No sure if the 6.4L had its own TPMS module, but it is worth a try.
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do you know of any for the 2017 f350 6.7 looking for the trans temp one really
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