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Old 08-24-2019, 01:00 AM   #1
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Ecutek - how to show how much gas is left?

Is it possible to show exactly how much gas is left in the tank? If so, which parameter do I select for it? I heard that it was possible with Torque app, but what about ecutek?

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Is it possible to show exactly how much gas is left in the tank? If so, which parameter do I select for it? I heard that it was possible with Torque app, but what about ecutek?

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I don't believe it's a parameter that's available. Try using the gauge on the dash..... that's worked for me thus far
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I don't believe it's a parameter that's available. Try using the gauge on the dash..... that's worked for me thus far
I would but I had a friend who used Torque and told me it showed exactly how much he had left and I thought that it would be a nifty feature to have.

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Did you try to contact Ecutek support?
Going to do that now. They're closed until monday though.
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I would but I had a friend who used Torque and told me it showed exactly how much he had left and I thought that it would be a nifty feature to have.



Going to do that now. They're closed until monday though.

Torque app uses same sender output as the fuel guage in dash . Fuel senders are often inaccurate. While torque app mght give you an exact number reading it may not be accurate
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While torque app mght give you an exact number reading it may not be accurate
I believe it's just a calculation based on fuel level and shows a % vs full tank capacity, hence it's no better than looking at the fuel gauge.
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I believe it's just a calculation based on fuel level and shows a % vs full tank capacity, hence it's no better than looking at the fuel gauge.



Yes , just same reference. Best you can do with ecutek is log fuel sender resistance, does not appear to be a way to scale output in the ecutek app unfortunatly
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