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  • Monkeysgarage
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    That seems odd. When you reach out to them, give them the serial number off the back, maybe there is different ones - not just different connectors.

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  • mb2020
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    Something has to be wrong with the banks unit.
    I went through the set up again. After choosing aftermarket ECU, edelbrock its not giving me the choices that it should have with the gauge set up.
    this is what I have.
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  • skidep
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    Originally posted by mb2020 View Post
    I have the 66763
    I have the same. The ProFlo ECU has to be powered on to get all the choices visible when configuring the gauge.

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  • mb2020
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    I have the 66763

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  • BITE_ME
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    Page 12 : https://s3.amazonaws.com/assets.bank...ketECU_web.pdf

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  • Monkeysgarage
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    http://shop-banks.s3.amazonaws.com/p.../Edelbrock.pdf

    These are the options You should see

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  • Monkeysgarage
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    That wiring shouldnt be a problem at all. But just for testing if easy to do build a db9 connector (amazon somderless is a out 5 bucks) and use the 4 wires from the can to run the gauge.


    What part number do you have?

    Banks iDash® 1.8 DataMonsterNo OBD, Primary Gaugefor vehicles without OBD

    SKU: 66763

    Or

    Banks iDash® 1.8 SuperGaugeNo OBD, Primary Gaugefor vehicles without


    SKU: 66563

    What options do you get when you try to get to the setting?

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  • mb2020
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    My can bus from the edelbrock pf4 has the DB9 connector, I spliced the green and white wires from the I dash right into the edelbrock harness instead of using a DB9 connector.
    the other 2 wires off the i dash are the ground and power wires.
    The I dash powers up fine like it should but just doesn't give me the gauge choices that the list says I should have.

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  • Monkeysgarage
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    i bought a solderless plug and 2 stand of wire (already had a few connecters sitting around) from amazon and ran the + and - and a pos and neg (put it all in a single harness from gauge tail to ecu) and into the bus plug. I have the plug that looks like an old printer plug not the newer one.

    if you done have a harness to wrap it in, you can make your own.

    1 grab roll of elec tape.
    start it and roll it back on itself
    keep rolling till you have a roll about as thick as your thumb
    then apply it to the wires
    this way you get a decent looking result without using a harness, and it is 100% easier than trying to wrap it straight from the roll .

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  • mb2020
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    I just hooked up the 2 wires can+ can-
    white wire and green wire
    maybe that's the issue

    thanks
    I'll check the documents from banks again.

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  • Monkeysgarage
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    You got it hooked up with the 4 wires to the canbus?
    POS
    Neg
    Hi can
    Low can

    From there just change the gauges displayed through settings on gauge.

    There is a List of output from ECU to dash on the banks site. There are 10 output for memory. Saves you time trying to figure out what is what.

    I Have mine set to 8 different displays. They are plenty large enough to view easily.

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  • mb2020
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    Originally posted by Monkeysgarage View Post
    I installed the Banks idash1.8. And it is fantastic. Recommend to everyone, easy to install and a quick Amazon search for a solderless db9 and a bit of additional wire and you are done. Mount it how or where you like.
    What is the trick for the i dash to display what it should from the PF4 CAN bus?
    With mine the choices in gauge set up is limited and most don't work, battery voltage works but that's about it.
    I updated firmware and did the set up multiple times.

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  • BITE_ME
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    No. You have to use the can bus line to receive data from the ECU.

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  • GSCOOP
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    Can a Snap On scanner with Bluetooth recieve data from Pro Flow ECM?

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  • Monkeysgarage
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    Thanks Bite_me

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