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Old 07-20-2016, 12:31 PM   #15
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No, the scan gauge was in the 2006 Winnebago Sightseer, Ford F53 engine I used to have. There is a section in the Scan gauge book on how to program additional gauges. I think they call them x-gauges. Transmission temperature is not one of the standard gauges that are already programmed in when you first install the sg2.
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No, the scan gauge was in the 2006 Winnebago Sightseer, Ford V10 engine I used to have. There is a section in the Scan gauge book on how to program additional gauges. I think they call them x-gauges. Transmission temperature is not one of the standard gauges that are already programmed in when you first install the sg2.
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Sorry about that double post. Just wanted to specify v10 engine.
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2001 Georgie boy temp sensor

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I wonder if my 2001 Georgie boy is too old for the ScanGaugeII
I would like to know if anybody installed the temperature sensor what type of fitting did they use on the out going line to the oil cooler, that seems to be the best place to put the sensor
I have a 2000 Georgie boy with the ford v 10 and installed the scan gauge 2 works great tells trans temp and a lot more including fuel mileage:dance -I love it
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Do you get transmission temperature ?

I ask because I have a SGII on a 1999 E450 chassis and I don't get a reading on trans temp.
There are special instructions to get the trans temp ,I recall there was a xtra step involved I get it in my 2000 Georgie boy ford v 10
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Do you get transmission temperature ?

I ask because I have a SGII on a 1999 E450 chassis and I don't get a reading on trans temp.
Yes, as ChasA mentioned it is an X-gauge that has to be setup. Instructions are in the manual.
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OK, found it, did it. Now what's a good temp range ?

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The tranny in my F53 ran 160 F normally. On a hard pull it would get to 170. My coach had 2 transmission coolers.
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