Thanks folks... I'll figure it out. I am happy with EGT1 (Pre-Turbo), Boost and Water Temp. Really only need one EGT, pre-Turbo, which is a flag for Regen when it goes over 1000F steady.I have no idea what it is on the Jetta.
I concur.... that is what I am seeing.I can easily tell when a regen cycle is taking place reading EGT1. Temps at idle are 850-900°F and at cruising are around 1200°F. Temps for normal operation at idle are around 400-500°F depending on A/C status and at steady cruising are 600-700°F. Of course, it fluctuates often as Lightflyer1 said which is simply due to throttle position input. Hunted and pecked from a Galaxy S4A.
Yep thanks! I have to calibrate the fuel and add the fudge factor for HP.... It reads way too low. I was told (called scangaugeII) that the fuel calibration will help with the HP. Apparently fuel flow is used in the HP calculation? You would think they would use RPM and Torque. Anyway in ADV settings you can scale the HP.HPR is indeed horsepower.
thanks!you can check the bitmaps returned from querying pid 00, 20, 40 and so on, and thereby determine what your car supports. I would guess (and i could be wrong) that a 2010 jsw should support the same variables as my 2012 jsw. The variables (pids) for my car are listed in the link from my signature.
Hpr is horsepower i think, but it's just computed/estimated. Charge air temperature could be useful if you live in a damp and cold neighbourhood, or are just generally prone to worry about intercooler icing.
True but there is no specific thread for +2009/2010 Golf/Jetta sportwagen, at least as good as this one. I did not notice the category. There is a separate "OBD scanner: forum section, but I just searched all forums. This one came up. CheersI'm pretty sure there are ScanGauge threads in each of the model-specific forums. They might be of more help.
Yep HPR is HP... mine reads really low.... The "R" part of HPR might be at "rear" wheels? Regardless I think it is a derived number, and mine reads very low. I find it of little use. You can scale up the HP reading in SGII settings. I think Torque would be better. I have not been able to get that to work yet, but I have not really tried very hard. I find the standard gauge LOD (engine loading) or % power being used of available power at that RPM, to be fairly accurate/useful... Using my VCDS Ross Tech cable I recorded some driving data.Nope. HPR is computer calculated horsepower. FRP might be fuel rail pressure... haven't tried to find that yet because it isn't particularly useful day-to-day.
Yes - linked from my signature.If we can read the rail pressure, which is very high +32,000 PSI, it would have to be an XGauge... Does anyone have a code for that? I am not sure it would be useful, but I suppose it could be an early indication of HPFP failure....
I guess you could change the math input and get it to read in PSI. I said the pressure was over 30,000 psi... I guess it is lower..The one called 'fuel pressure'.
Actually, there are two, 'actual' and 'requested'. One could compare the two and worry about the difference.
It's in multiples of normal atmospheric pressure, aka bar. For psi you have to multiply by 15 or some number like that.
Your 1 and 4 are swapped.I finally had time to program the SGII tonight though I'm having an issue with the EGT gauge reading.
I've read this thread and TDP's more recent one on the SGII EGT coding and have come up with these codes as the ones to use. Correct me if I'm wrong…
I do get a reading but it is the exact same number as the DPF, which is coded according to post 1 here.
Before you ask I have and re-entered the codes and triple-checked the numbers for both EGT and DPF yet no change with EGT. The DPF seems to be right according to what I've read.
Did I miss something simple? Any ideas or is it time for a call to SG?