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Old 11-30-2019, 11:38 AM   #1
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ScanGuage D question

I would like to install the ScanGuage D in my 1997 CC Allure, Cummins 8.3 mechanical fuel injected motor.

Question: Of the 15 digital built in gauges that the ScanGuage D offers how many will I be able to access?
The most important one to me would be having the engine coolant temperature.
I have located the 12 pin data port under the transmission gear selector panel and have sourced out a adapter cord from OBD Diagnostics so I can connect to the ScanGuage.

For those that have installed the ScanGuage D on the older mechanical Cummins any info you can share would be greatly appreciated.

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Sorry, but with a mechanical engine you won't have any info for the engine in a data port.

Mechanical is just that, mechanical.

You could run a set of wires back to the engine and install aftermarket gauges in a cluster. Mount it in a easy to view location, and it should give you your peace of mind regarding engine temp, fuel pressure, turbo boost, etc.

You will have to install the senders for anything you want to monitor.

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