- Dec 12, 2016
- Reaction score
- San Jose
- 2017 WOP Civic Hatchback Sport Touring
I see odd numbers as well. I feel its the recirculation system that Honda put in place that skew the number from OBD standpointDid you ever solve this problem (the Boost gauge in Torque being inaccurate)? I saw in post #56 where you implied that the solution lies in a big list of PIDs in a different thread. I can’t see a supported PID in that list that refers to boost pressure. Does the MAP sensor effectively measure boost pressure? That one is in the supported list of standard PIDs:
The default Vacuum/Boost gauge in Torque seems to show something on my Civic (EU spec 1.5T with the CVT), but it's totally out of whack with reality. E.g. With the engine not running, it shows a healthy vacuum. Hence I am searching for an alternative PID that correctly shows boost pressure.
- 1 - 1,0B,1,"Intake manifold absolute pressure",0,255,"kPa (absolute)",A
@ radekr - in Post #61, I see you have a boost gauge. Can you provide the PID and formula?
@ das borgen - in Post #39, I see you have an EGT gauge. Can you provide the PID and formula?