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Temperature Reading in Fahrenheit?

How do you get temp to read in farenhiet

Jerry Bullers
Wed, 22 Sep 2010 00:07:39 +0000

By default OBDII standard deals with temperatures in C. For now, you could create a custom PID displaying F, using Menu->Tools->View Subscribed PIDs... In there, first remove all subscribed PIDs, then select a PID with a temperature and select the "Add" button, thus adding it as the first (or "A") parameter. Then select the "Custom..." button. In the new screen, give it a name and in the "Formula" box type (exactly as it appears below):

A 1.8 * 32 +

Select the "Apply" button, followed by "Done". Select "Start" on the main screen. You'd have the C and F displays.

In a short while I plan to implement preferences to display units between SI and English.

Thank you for your interest.

Alexandre Beloussov
Wed, 22 Sep 2010 17:13:04 +0000

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