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Scan Gauge X-Gauges

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So I had a scan gauge sitting in my closet that used to be in my 03 Expedition that I traded in for my 2011 Edge Sport last year. Over the weekend I decided to install it in the Edge. I just finished programming all the Ford specific X-Gauges that the Edge returned data on. Below is a list of them if anyone is interested.

 

Sym - Definition - TXD - RXF - RXD - MTH

TFT - Transmission Fluid Temp - 07E1221674 - 046205160674 - 3010 - 000100080000

CT1 - Catalyst Temp (Bank1 Sensor1) - 07DF013C - 0441053C0000 - 2810 - 00090032FFD8

CT2 - Catalyst Temp (Bank2 Sensor1 - 07DF013D - 0441053D0000 - 2810 - 00090032FFD8

TMP - Ambient Temp - 07DF0146 - 044105460000 - 2808 - 00090005FFD8

AVG - Average MPG - 00 - 800000000000 - 0000 - 000000000000

FLV - Fuel Level - 07DF012F - 0441052F0000 - 2808 - 006400FF0000

DTE - Distance to Empty - 23 - 800000000000 - 0000 - 000000000000

TTE - Time to Empty - 63 - 800000000000 - 0000 - 000000000000

TFC - Trip Fuel Cost - 80 - 800000000000 - 0000 - 000000000000

SFT - Short Term Fuel Trim (Bank1) - 07E00106 - 044105060000 - 2808 - 00C80100FF9C

LFT - Long Term Fuel Trim (Bank1) - 07E00107 - 044105070000 - 2808 - 00C80100FF9C

A:F - Air to Fuel Ratio (General) - 07DF0144 - 044145440000 - 2808 - 05B900800000

%O2 - O2 Sensor Data (Bank1 Sensor2) - 07E00115 - 044105150000 - 2808 - 000100020000

RTS - Run Time Seconds - 07DF011F - 0441051F0000 - 2810 - 000100010000

RTM - Run Time Minutes - 07DF011F - 0441051F0000 - 2810 - 0001003C0000

BAR - Barometric Pressure - 07DF0133 - 044105330000 - 2808 - 006400450000

 

If you know of any others that work, please feel free to share. I've got 9 available x-gauge slots to fill :P

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I am using the same gauge with the factory update ($25) and I am see TFT upwards of 200f. Is this what you are getting.

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Milktruk's tft is wrong. That's why.

 

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I'm no expert, but from what I've read around different forums, it seems the normal range for TFT is between 160F-200F. When I google search "transmission oil temperature gauge", I get gauges with a temperature range of 100F-250F. Based on these findings, I think I have it right.

 

So to answer your question e350, this morning I drove for 30 minutes in 70F weather and my TFT was at 187F.

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I also have the Scangauge II mounted in our Edge. We have no towing package and when towing my 6x10 enclosed trailer (~2500lbs), in 100degF temps at 50mph, I saw temps of 204-207degrees. 187degrees when not towing, is the norm.

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