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Thread: PA SOFT: How to reprogram our temp gauge

  1. #21
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    I need to do this. For now I just use the OBC to view my temp.


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    So... who is in nc that can do this for me? As well as a couple other programming things...
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    I'm stoked for this. I will try it when I get my pa soft. I usually use the menu setting to display the coolant temp menu 7 Something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by derbo View Post
    I'm stoked for this. I will try it when I get my pa soft. I usually use the menu setting to display the coolant temp menu 7 Something.

    sent from Moto X Dev edition
    Do you have a link for where you bought PAsoft?

    I had to reinstall windows and now I can't find my CD to reinstall it. :-(

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    ^Xcar360 has a link on the product page IIRC.


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    Ah ha. I think that was where I bought it last time.

    Thanks.

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    I thought pa soft was free software...?
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    Nope its about 30 bucks. Maybe 40.

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    Yep.

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