My Acrobat Reader have a little bug, don't know why, but I just wanna ask you if it's possible for someone to copy-paste on this post the contain of the xgauge codes acrobat reader file that is on scangauge.com? Thank you very much.
What kind of car do you have? Most of the XGauge codes provided in that PDF are vehicle-specific.
You could have Google display it as a PDF or as HTML for you (links below), or you could use http://www.zamzar.com to convert it for you. However, I recommend using Foxit PDF Reader instead of Adobe's reader. Foxit's reader is much smaller and more dependable. http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/reader
It's free, though there is a pay version you can get that's got more features.
But i have a question. If I add some gauges other than the gauges I need, like fuel trim or oxygen sensors operation, will it make the scangauge more accurate, or it will basically calculate the fuel economy with as much as possible informations?
the accuracy of the scangauge is determined by the user. you can adjust it with an offset (it is a percent) there is a calibration procedure that you have to go through.
the X-gauge simply adds mathematical formulas to translate the raw data that the scangauge is already getting. the scangauge isn't getting any extra information at that point. you are simply able to understand what the scangauge is getting better.
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Actually, most XGauges do query and pull additional data, but that data is not used by the SG's fuel economy (FE) calculations. Add XGauges that you want to see because you want to see them; they're not going to change the unit's accuracy.