THAT Is a critical piece of info!! I hunted all over because the Stock Torque PRO settings offer "Engine Oil Temperature" which displays NOTHING! I thought that maybe the ECU did not offer access to the EOT. I bought a replacement EOT Sensor and new ODB2 Reader trying to figure out why I couldn't see my EOT only to learn that it IS there under a different PID (name). THANKS!!The advantage you would have with Pro is the full list of predefined extended Ford PIDs. I'm not sure if you've noticed that in that list there are multiple versions for some specific PIDs.
I know for a fact that EOT for my 6.0 is ONLY read by the "Engine Oil Temp", NOT the one labeled "Engine Oil Temperature". The one labeled Engine Oil Temperature will not give you any reading for a 6.0
Not on a Ford... lolWell, it would seem like engine oil pressure would be fairly important to monitor, if you lose that everything else is moot. I'm pretty sure my friend can see it on the Ford computer at the shop.