GT350 Digital Readout Between Gauges

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It there a cheat sheet anywhere on what all the readings are supposed to be reading during normal operations.

Ranges, Maxes, etc?

 

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Those are what my readings are around, other than the zero oil pressure, and high inlet temp. But I'll guess the engine was just turned off, and the inlet temp is high because the heat from the engine under the hood jacked it up.
Normal oil pressure runs from about 35psi at idle, to about 110 psi at high rpms. And the inlet temp while running is a little higher(10-20°) than the outside air temp.
 
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Thanks for the info and confirmation. I would love to make a laminated cheat sheet that I could grab if I think there is an issue. Bought mine in the fall and it’s finally seeing warmer weather and some of the readings look different.
 

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Not sure if this is what you are looking for but if you hit the right arrow on any of those you'll get a digital gauge that doesn't list normal but gives you a good idea or range and excess.
 


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Not sure if this is what you are looking for but if you hit the right arrow on any of those you'll get a digital gauge that doesn't list normal but gives you a good idea or range and excess.
I have used individual digital gauges.

I’m just what is considered normal operating ranges in each specific line item.
 

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It there a cheat sheet anywhere on what all the readings are supposed to be reading during normal operations.

Ranges, Maxes, etc?
Okay, so coming from a generation that had and learned to use all this stuff, it took a while before I realized that the ECU in your GT350 has all of those various ranges embedded in it. It watches all the time and it will intervene if anything gets close to the programmed guardrails. As a driver, spending any time reading any of these readings is time wasted.
 

 
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