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    How do i seleect wich ones i want to log on the v2 there are alot of pids tht dont come up on the v2 tht i can see when logging with the my lap top Thanks This is alos for a 07.5 lmm

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    any one

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    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\EFILive\V8\Config\Options.txt

    this must be edited for the PIDS you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.prick View Post
    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\EFILive\V8\Config\Options.txt

    this must be edited for the PIDS you want.

    ok cool tht worked thank you one other question how do i get to read in psi vs kpa some of my pids read in psi and others kpa as well as f vs c temps thanks

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    See the "PCU" section ("From" "To" near the end) of my Options.txt (attached)...

    With those conversion parameters, with each press of the ENTER key, the display of those mentioned pids swaps between metric and imperial.
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    Im not understanding the PSL thing.

    Some have 2 PSL #s and some have 3.

    If I create a new Pid selection like balance would It be PSL23 and PSL24 from the default options.txt file?

    I guess I just need a little better explaining of the PSL part, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joecar View Post
    See the "PCU" section ("From" "To" near the end) of my Options.txt (attached)...

    With those conversion parameters, with each press of the ENTER key, the display of those mentioned pids swaps between metric and imperial.
    Also, in your conversion, you show to convert *F to *C multiply (factor) 1.80000 and your offset (add) is 3.20000, wouldnt your offset be 32.00000??

    Im confused, lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMLMM View Post
    Also, in your conversion, you show to convert *F to *C multiply (factor) 1.80000 and your offset (add) is 3.20000, wouldnt your offset be 32.00000??

    Im confused, lol
    The offset is 3.200000E1 which means 3.200000x10^1 which is 32... (En notation means "multiply by 10^n").

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMLMM View Post
    Im not understanding the PSL thing.

    Some have 2 PSL #s and some have 3.

    If I create a new Pid selection like balance would It be PSL23 and PSL24 from the default options.txt file?

    I guess I just need a little better explaining of the PSL part, lol.
    The identifiers after the PSL are the positions in the list of pid lists...

    In the attached Options.txt you will see:
    - the first PSL lists PSL_01 and PSL_02 -> refers to rows 1 and 2 in the pid selection list ("LS1A_M" and "LS1A_A");
    - the second PSL lists PSL_03 and PSL_04 -> refers to rows 3 and 4 ("LS1B_M" and "LS1B_A");
    - *PSL,PSL_09,PSL_11,PSL_13 -> refers to rows 9, 11, 13.
    and so on...

    a PSL may be used by 0 or more pid list positions.

    See the comment from the Options.txt file:
    Code:
    ; _________________________________________________________________________
    ;
    ; PID Selection List
    ; ----------------------
    ;
    ; *Section_Names is a comma separated list of indexes from the initial *PID_SELECTIONS section above.
    ;        The XX in PSL_XX matches the entry number in *PID_SECLTEIONS
    ;
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    Last edited by joecar; January 17th, 2009 at 06:37 PM.

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