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    Engine temp sensor voltages?

    I'm looking for the voltage = temp numbers for the engine temp sensor so I can configure my CMD.

    GH member 'tocullo' kindly gave me;

    2.9 75
    2.78 80
    2.66 86
    2.45 95
    2.1 106.5
    1.86 118
    1.7 125.5
    1.56 133
    1.32 147
    1.16 158
    0.8 195

    but these values are incorrect for my ski (Bosch ECU 2012).

    It causes the CMD to report engine temp much higher than on ski dash, by a long way.

    I'm assuming there are two sets of voltage = temp number, one for Bosch and one for Siemens ECU's (as there are for MAP pressure sensor).

    If not, I'll have to try and do the reverse maths, but that's not so easily done or accurate.

    Anyone?


  2. #2
    Come on guys, someone must be running a CMD on a Bosch ski and logging temps. Just take a look in you configuration window. Cheers.

  3. #3
    vtech logger is plug and play and you get all sensors.

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  5. #4
    100% best!!!!

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