I know there are a lot of different ways to set up the fuel usage so I was hoping someone who is using it accurately could help me out. I will say this though, I don't think the fuel mileage is any where close to accurate. Also, boost pressure does not display correctly, It reads negatively. I am a new owner of a used 4runner and just trying to figure a few things out. There is just so much information available with the Torque app. That would be killer, but I do not think I have enough capability to do that. This will allow continued use while on the road.
Do you have any links? Due to the fact that there are some irresponsible developers out there, who created video apps for moving cars, which was one of the main reasons Google blocked 3rd party apps, I won't be updating the code on github any more, to try to prevent those developers to use my technique to overcome the limits. When I do I can post on the update rate. Not entirely certain what this means, but does this point to an adapter issue? Perhaps I need to spend a bit more for a higher quality adapter? I'm sure it is nothing like the god awful slow on the fast setting too! The entire procedure of booking an appointment and diagnosing the meaning of the fault code alone will cost hundreds of dollars upfront. It is set at 85% when you first set up your car's profile. Looks pretty cool, even had some transmission data. I am about to install at 3.
I'm not a computer or smart phone guru, but I have followed all the instructions to the letter and can't get either one of these to work. So are you telling me the wind sock on my roof top is not aerodynamic. Seems many later and earlier cars have coolant gauge out of the box. On my trip to Daytona Beach this last couple of weeks I used the Galaxy Tab 8. I am using the half gauge so I can see the digital version and it holds min and max values. I'll see what is on the Torque forums. I am open to suggestion.
I can have a complete log of my drive. That's all I've really done with it but it's effective enough for me. This was true for the Fiero, but also for my 2012 Equinox. I've looked everywhere and can't seam to find it. I had to unpair, then reboot, then pair.
I've monitored all you listed but the shift times, oil life and trans oil life though. Or is that more of the hardware side of things? Sent another message to the seller and I'll see what he has to suggest. Something you could try first is unpairing your Bluetooth device do this within your android device and then repairing it and see if that fixes the issue. Not sure how it might or might not work for others. Set it up, drove the car and was able to receive data. So I don't think you can just go in and set the update rate.
A video of it running would quench my thirst! Maybe Ryan would know since he is using it for this. I am about to install at 3. That's most likely due to you driving a huge brick. Set it up, drove the car and was able to receive data. I'm not a computer or smart phone guru, but I have followed all the instructions to the letter and can't get either one of these to work.
I monitor: Engine temp highest i've seen is 190F, usually around 186F Throttle body position how far open the throttle is Voltage Intake air temp once moving, usually within 10F of ambient, pretty good Transmission pan temperature highest i've seen was ~190F before adding the 2nd cooler, ~160F after the cooler Transmission torque converter outlet temp Good for seeing if the converter is locked, how much it's slipping, etc. Would really appreciate assistance with this. Source can be found here:. At first I was receiving data, but it stopped sending. You do need to be good on computers to upload and post on YouTube and be good on an Android phone. I still get a gauge that reads only with fairly hard throttle, and peaks at 11-18 psi. I bought the adapter from eBay that was listed in the initial post.
Once you have your display set up how you like it: 1. Look for the reason, type and other basic knowledge related to that code from fault code database. With its ability to inform you of an abundance of essential information in regards to performance, safety, and fault codes, this Android app is an absolute must-have for owners looking for an affordable and convenient option to address and avoid current and future maintenance or repair issues. I just received a new Bluetooth Dongle that is considerably smaller than the original one I bought over two years ago. I was reading somewhere about the volumetric efficiency. Exterior mods and larger tires only worsen the problem. I know there are a lot of different ways to set up the fuel usage so I was hoping someone who is using it accurately could help me out.
A video of it running would quench my thirst! Sent another message to the seller and I'll see what he has to suggest. I'm sure it is nothing like the god awful slow on the fast setting too! It worked quite precisely after first configuration. Got it today and this one won't connect either. Torque is a cutting-edge vehicle diagnostic and performance scanner app for your Android smartphone. It doesn't really have anything to change the update rate on the gauges display other than there is a setting for faster updates.
Keep in mind that not all of them will turn green. Just what I wanted to here, thank you. Any more an t it would twitter too much. Maybe it is just my cheap adapter. I could accept that there is an adapter connection error with a modified car, but not a fairly new car with only 7,500 miles that has never been in the shop for anything other than an oil change.