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mohok

Scan Gauge II

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Have installed a S/G II and have not been able to figure out how to set an Xgauge command to monitor fuel pressure. Can anyone help?ThanksMohok

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Sorry to say the ScanGauge II only can monitor what sensors the ECM/PCM can see. Dodge didn't install any fuel pressure sensors so ScanGauge II is capable of reading fuel pressure. Here is all the inputs and outputs the ECM sees... http://mopar.mopar1973man.com/cummins/general/ecm/ecm.htm So I'm sorry to say your going to have to install a Fuel Pressure gauge...

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Thanks MoparMan. Not what I wanted to hear but looks like it's time to add the F/P gauge. Happy Thanksgiving.Mohok

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Even ScanGauge web site says only 10% of all vehicle have a fuel pressure sensor... Then only 50% of vehicles report MAP sensor values. As for the 98.5 to 02 Cummins the MAP sensor reports but the value is incorrect. As for 03 and up the MAP value is correct...

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