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Old 03-06-2016, 04:55 PM   #31
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Here are the parameters for tran. temp. They were posted by "Rensho" on the Sprinter Source Forum

TXD 07E12130

RXF 032200000000

RXD 1808

MTH 00090005FFC6


Works great for me!
I have been doing some research on this XGauge parameter and supposedly it works on Sprinters from 2007 forward. If anyone tries it on 2007 to 2012 let us know how it performs.

When setting up your XGauge make sure to use an unused identifier. I believe TFT is used for another parameter.

Here is the actual source for the parameter.
https://www.scangauge.com/support/x-...odge-specific/
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Old 03-06-2016, 11:17 PM   #32
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Is this the Captdan of PCT YouTube fame?
Sorry-Not the Guy! But you have me looking at YouTube, he is quite an adventurous person like all of us with our RV's.

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Sorry-Not the Guy! But you have me looking at YouTube, he is quite an adventurous person like all of us with our RV's.

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He had a great PCT experience and made some great videos.
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Old 03-07-2016, 03:23 PM   #34
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The 'automatic' odb2 device now texts me the check-engine message !

I programmed the 'Automatic ODB2' smart phone app to send me a text message AND an email of any check-engine events that may occur.

Whenever a check-engine event occurs, within a couple seconds my phone does a ble-bleep with a text message containing the actual event code and description. It also follows-up whenever it has Internet with a corresponding email.

I could actually have it email or text my mechanic directly if I wanted to ! The only problem is - I don't have said mechanic...
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Old 03-09-2016, 07:02 AM   #35
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There is another solution

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I'm going to order the Scangauge II tomorrow. Do you guys make a permanent cut out in the door that covers the OBD port or just leave the door off? Also, I was thinking of mounting right between the speedometer and tachometer, what do you all think about that (and where does the extra cord go - somewhere under the dashboard I presume)
There are low profile OBD 2 extensions that allow you to close the door that covers the OBD port. I used this one and so far, so good -

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