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Old 09-30-2021, 03:49 PM   #1
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Scangauge II basics

I have been unablel to create a search that will find me a thread that discusses the basics of the scanguage II use for the GM 8.1 liter on a workhorse chassis P-32. How to get set up to read the X gauge additions. Can someone direct me to a source that will explain this to me?
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Scangauge has an online guide for adding the X codes to the unit. It’s a slow process but not difficult:

https://www.scangauge.com/support/x-gauge-commands/gm/
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I was ready to toss my SC when I first bought it due to its clunky programming interface that seems to be about 25 years behind the times, but once you get your gages set up the way you want the unit works well with minimal fuss.
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I see the info at scangauge site. Problem is I don't know how to pick out my vehicle from their lists.
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I see the info at scangauge site. Problem is I don't know how to pick out my vehicle from their lists.
MAYBE find some help in the extensive info HERE: https://www.oemys-performance.com/scantools.htm. Good luck!
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Send an email to Scangauge with your question. They were helpful concerning my question.
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