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amdriven2liv
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Posts: 117
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: September 12, 2012 (GMT)

I have not had that come up when I have scanned for codes.

I’ll see if I can find that code somewhere.

Only suggestion I would have is to make sure your vehicle is set up correctly.

Oh, there might be some thing else to check, have you seen your PCM Strategy or version?

It’s in the ‘adapter status’ screen. It should show you the strategy of the program in your truck. (Some call it the “flash”, like, “the latest flash”)

Mine is
PCM = vxbc9nb

This one is the tune in the FICM = amz2al11 (stock tune)

it doesn’t pick up the TCM strategy.

These are just thoughts, I can not say that could be an issue. Just rambling thoughts on my part.

Maybe post this issue in a new thread here and maybe Ian will stop in. I see He has this in Beta testing for Nissan. The guy must be burning candles at both ends.

Northwest United States

amdriven2liv
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Posts: 117
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: September 12, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from ncstan on September 12, 2012
Thanks amdriven2liv for the link.

U2013 – Network

When I open the fault code it just says Null

____________________________________________________________________

From what I have found, it is your “compass module” giving you that code. I see they do or can go out. First I have seen this code. If you do a search “Ford 6.0L code U2013” you will find some info on it.

Northwest United States

ncstan
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Posts: 5
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: September 12, 2012 (GMT)

ok, that compass code makes sense seeing how I have the compass unplugged! 😀

Thanks

ncstan
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Posts: 5
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: September 12, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from amdriven2liv on September 12, 2012
I have not had that come up when I have scanned for codes.

I’ll see if I can find that code somewhere.

Only suggestion I would have is to make sure your vehicle is set up correctly.

Oh, there might be some thing else to check, have you seen your PCM Strategy or version?

It’s in the ‘adapter status’ screen. It should show you the strategy of the program in your truck. (Some call it the “flash”, like, “the latest flash”)

The adapter status screen works great and does display a long list of available sensors. Which is why I don’t understand why I get that message because it obviously does connect to my ECU and the adapter status say my ECU conforms to both OBD and OBD2.
Maybe my Adapter Version is old? ELM327 v1.3

kmacicek
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Posts: 8
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: October 8, 2012 (GMT)

so was just wondering, is there a pid for ebp, if so can you post the formula for this so that i can input it into the app.

amdriven2liv
Member
Posts: 117
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: October 29, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from kmacicek on October 8, 2012
so was just wondering, is there a pid for ebp, if so can you post the formula for this so that i can input it into the app.

min = 0.0
max = 100.0
scale factor = x1
unit type = psi

I have put a space between each character for easier reading

equation =

( ( A * 256 ) + B ) * ( 36.25 / 1000 )

OBD HEADER = AUTO

That is what is in my phone. I haven’t used it.

Northwest United States

derickmavery
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Posts: 1
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: November 17, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from dwalthers on June 20, 2011
Not sure what I am missing. I made the adjustment to the formula but still get 199.8% on less than half a tank. This is an ’04 Ford Diesel 6.0. Thanks for the quick response.

The other thing I am seeing with coolant temp and trans temp using the new half gauge is that while it that the gauge is calibrated for degrees centigrade and the read out is in degrees Fahrenheit. Not sure how to get the gauge to calibrate to a 0 to 350 degree setting in F. Is shows -47 to 222.

Adding an image on the gauges for coolant and trans. Compare to the Oil temp on the right which works.

I have a 2004 6.0 powerstroke. How do you get the Engine OIL temp to display.

amdriven2liv
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Posts: 117
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: November 18, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from derickmavery on November 17, 2012
Quote from dwalthers on June 20, 2011
Not sure what I am missing. I made the adjustment to the formula but still get 199.8% on less than half a tank. This is an ’04 Ford Diesel 6.0. Thanks for the quick response.

The other thing I am seeing with coolant temp and trans temp using the new half gauge is that while it that the gauge is calibrated for degrees centigrade and the read out is in degrees Fahrenheit. Not sure how to get the gauge to calibrate to a 0 to 350 degree setting in F. Is shows -47 to 222.

Adding an image on the gauges for coolant and trans. Compare to the Oil temp on the right which works.

I have a 2004 6.0 powerstroke. How do you get the Engine OIL temp to display.

First the tranny. Go to the ford list and go into edit and make sure the OBD Header says ‘TCM”.

You will need to go into the oil temp and edit to check the equation.

Use this one if it is different than what you see.

( ( ( A * 256 ) + B ) / 100 ) – 40

Northwest United States

dee004
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Posts: 5
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 3, 2012 (GMT)

Is there a PID for cooling fan duty cycle for the 6.0? The fan speed is there in the extended PID list but not duty cycle.

05 F250 6.0 CCSB, 05 VW Jetta TDI, 04 Jeep Liberty 3.7

dee004
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Posts: 5
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 4, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from amdriven2liv on October 29, 2012
Quote from kmacicek on October 8, 2012
so was just wondering, is there a pid for ebp, if so can you post the formula for this so that i can input it into the app.

min = 0.0
max = 100.0
scale factor = x1
unit type = psi

I have put a space between each character for easier reading

equation =

( ( A * 256 ) + B ) * ( 36.25 / 1000 )

OBD HEADER = AUTO

That is what is in my phone. I haven’t used it.

Input the above formula and my exhaust back pressure is now reading correctly

05 F250 6.0 CCSB, 05 VW Jetta TDI, 04 Jeep Liberty 3.7

amdriven2liv
Member
Posts: 117
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 7, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from dee004 on December 3, 2012
Is there a PID for cooling fan duty cycle for the 6.0? The fan speed is there in the extended PID list but not duty cycle.

I have not seen a fan duty cycle for the 6.0L.

Tried to get one to work on another type of gauge, and it didn’t get to working there either.

Northwest United States

piemmm
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Posts: 6082
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 8, 2012 (GMT)

Hi!

Fan duty cycle *might* be:

PID: 22091F
Equation ((A*256)+B) * 0.003051
Unit: %

I haven’t tested this one though, so it could be wrong.

amdriven2liv
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Posts: 117
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 8, 2012 (GMT)

Thanks, I’ll give it a go.

Northwest United States

nylyon
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Posts: 2
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 11, 2012 (GMT)

Very interested to see if the fan duty cycle is accurate, please let us know if it’s working for you.

Southeast, NY
2003 F250 6.0 PSD

dee004
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 11, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from admin on December 8, 2012
Hi!

Fan duty cycle *might* be:

PID: 22091F
Equation ((A*256)+B) * 0.003051
Unit: %

I haven’t tested this one though, so it could be wrong.

Thanks I will load it up and try it out.
Cheers

05 F250 6.0 CCSB, 05 VW Jetta TDI, 04 Jeep Liberty 3.7

nylyon
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Posts: 2
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 11, 2012 (GMT)

PID: 22091F didn’t seem to work for me. I looked at what the scangauge guys are using and it’s
PID: 22099F which did give a result. On my truck I was seeing numbers like 5.6-7.2 so it doesn’t seem correct.

Southeast, NY
2003 F250 6.0 PSD

dee004
Member
Posts: 5
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 12, 2012 (GMT)

Quote from nylyon on December 11, 2012
PID: 22091F didn’t seem to work for me. I looked at what the scangauge guys are using and it’s
PID: 22099F which did give a result. On my truck I was seeing numbers like 5.6-7.2 so it doesn’t seem correct.

I got the same results. PID 22091F no readings. PID 22099F anywhere from 5.0 % up to 10.8% depending on engine RPM
Outside temperature 30*F Fan speed 742 RPM, Duty Cycle 9.1%, Coolant Temp 185*, Engine Idle Speed 696 RPM, Engine Oil Temp 178*

QUESTION? Anyone know of the formula to hand calculate the duty cycle for a given set of parameters to check accuracy?

05 F250 6.0 CCSB, 05 VW Jetta TDI, 04 Jeep Liberty 3.7

amdriven2liv
Member
Posts: 117
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: December 14, 2012 (GMT)

The operating range of the fan when it comes to RPMs is 0-4000.

I don’t have anything else.

On the Scangauge II the PID for Fan Speed is 22099F. And is what I use for Fan speed on it.

Northwest United States

skidooman1990
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: January 15, 2013 (GMT)

I have an interesting issue. My boost gauge works great except when under wot conditions. It then registers as a vaccum. Any ideas?

skidooman1990
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Posts: 4
Post Re: Ford 6.0L Diesel Extended PIDS
on: June 3, 2013 (GMT)

Still looking for an ICP Voltage PID. Any progress on this?

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