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So, I am new to scangauge. Can we monitor the two coolant sensors on the Pilot via X-Gauges? Want to see the regular coolant temp and then the one we modify with the SVCM? Any help, thank you. Can we read ECT1 and ECT2?

Where can we find all the codes to program XGauge?
 

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I think I found them here...for Ridgline, should be the same for Pilot?

Coolant Temp #1 (°F)
TXD: 0EF1228A10
RXF: C32200000000
RXD: 2008
MTH: 00090005FFD8
NAME: 1CT

Coolant Temp #2 (°F)
TXD: 0EF1228A10
RXF: C32600000000
RXD: 1808
MTH: 00090005FFD8
NAME: 2CT

If those don't work, try changing the TXD to start with 10 instead of 0E.

Coolant Temperature 1 (Degrees Fahrenheit)
TXD: 33F10167
RXF: 044105670000
RXD: 3008
MTH: 00090005FFD8
NAME: CT1

Coolant Temperature 2 (Degrees Fahrenheit)
TXD: 33F10167
RXF: 044105670000
RXD: 3808
MTH: 00090005FFD8
NAME: CT2

see source below...
S-VCM and effect on radiator fan...are they working?
 

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Here's a snapshot of what I see. A VCM disabler does not affect the rad efans.....efans are controlled on/off by the a/c compressor and/or 205F coolant temp in the cold rad tank. I use the VCMTuner II disabler.
 

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Here's a snapshot of what I see. A VCM disabler does not affect the rad efans.....efans are controlled on/off by the a/c compressor and/or 205F coolant temp in the cold rad tank. I use the VCMTuner II disabler.
How did you get the VCM status on there? Is that what I see, VCM OFF status.
I love that view, TFT, ECT1/2 and the VCM status, correct? You should create a youtube video on how to setup that exact screen.
Do you have the details for the setup?
 

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See post #3 for XGauge codes. Yes....VCM should always indicate "OFF" after the disabler has been installed. Disconnect the disabler and the ScanGauge will display VCM on or off.

 

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See post #3 for XGauge codes. Yes....VCM should always indicate "OFF" after the disabler has been installed. Disconnect the disabler and the ScanGauge will display VCM on or off.

Got it, thank you
 

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anyone know where this guy on the ridglineownersclub got this....
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🤷‍♂️, I don't have a clue......could be from Linear Logic. I changed my SG II a while back from displaying VCM to displaying GER (gear), since VCM is always off while driving.
 
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