The SGII Xgauge Database

Discussion in 'ScanGauge' started by kmactavi, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. No Static At All

    No Static At All Active Member

    Yes, have a new SG, but don't know how to set up the Xgauge to show Tank MPG on the gauge page.
     
  2. CarlD

    CarlD Well-Known Member

    It's in the users manual but here is what you enter:

    In an XGAUGE memory, enter the following:

    TXD: 03
    RXF: 8 (rest are zeroes but I don't think you need to enter them)
    NAM: TNK (or whatever acronym you want)
    you skip the RXD and MTH screens
     
  3. No Static At All

    No Static At All Active Member

    Thanks CarlD, will give it a whirl this weekend!! I looked through the manual, but couldn't quite grasp the Xgauge section.
     
  4. Mikepa

    Mikepa New Member

    Looking for any xgauge codes for VPW mode...interested in:

    Oil Temp
    Fuel Level
     
  5. CarlD

    CarlD Well-Known Member

    Which manufacturer, GM?
     
  6. puddleglum

    puddleglum Well-Known Member

    I'm trying to set up long term fuel trim on a 2000 Toyota echo. I used the ISO protocols off the Scangauge site and the gauge reads but doesn't seem correct. I set up STFT and O2 sensor and they seem to be reading reasonable numbers, but the LTFT reads but it seems to follow load. When I accelerate the LTFT jumps to 41 but will instantly drop to 7 if I release the throttle. I'm not experienced with fuel trim but everything I've read says LTFT should be slow reacting and slowly follow STFT. Anyone know how to get this gauge to work properly? Incidentally, when I set the mode to auto it comes up with KWPS protocol but the gauges don't work at all with those codes. They read with the ISO codes but the one is not right for sure. Any help would be appreciated. Is there something else I need to input. I saw something about PID's on here but don't really understand it.
     

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