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Posted: Thu Feb 17, 2005 1:00 am 
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The other week we had a EL GT in at work anyway one of the mechanics had a little play with the cluster... turn it onand off certain amount of times push the reset switch a few times or something and the little LCD Display screen shows you how much fuel is in the car/volts/vehicle speed/engine rpm even a trip meter..

Does anyone know the sequence to get this to come up on a EF Gli ?

 

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Posted: Thu Feb 17, 2005 1:17 am 
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Yeah its on here...


http://www.fordmods.com/phpBB2/documents.php?doc=12


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Ford EF/EL Falcon, XR, Fairmont Instrument Cluster Diagnostic Mode
This document describes the Falcon EF/EL Dash Diagnostic Information that is provided when the Dash is placed in Diagnostic mode
The information that is returned is displayed using the Odometer display area, and includes the information that is transferred on the ECU bus
This includes Fuel level, Fuel consumption, oil pressure, Coolant Temperature, RPM, Vehicle speed, Gear lever position, and many others

Entering Diagnostic mode
The diagnostic mode can be entered by using the following method

1) With the ignition key in the off position, press and hold the Odometer reset knob for 10 seconds.
2) whilst holding the button in, switch the ignition to the on position. (Note : It is not necessary to start the car).
3) With the ignition on, press the odometer button 3 times in quick succession.
4) On the third press, hold the odometer button down, until the Seatbelt lamp is no longer illuminated.
5) The Odometer should blank out. After a period of 10 seconds, the display will flash FORD
6) Press the Odometer button again to go to the first Diagnostic mode

To view the next diagnostic mode, press the Odometer button for about 1 second

To view the previous diagnostic modes, press and hold the Odometer button for about 2 second

To Exit the Diagnostic mode, hold the Odometer Button until the Odometer display returns to normal

Diagnostic Codes
Mode Top Line Bottom Line
1 Petrol in Litres (No Level Buffering) Petrol Sender Resistance (Unbuffered)
2 Coolant Temperature (Degrees C)
3 Engine RPM Vehicle Speed (KM/H)
4 Oil Pressure (Bar, 1 decimal Point) Battery Voltage (Volts)
5 Instant Fuel Consumption (L/100Km) Instant Fuel Consumption (x 0.1 Litres)
6 Fuel used since Trip Avg L/100 Reset (x 0.1L)
This Value is used to calculate the Trip computer Average Fuel consumption L/100Km Kms Travelled since Trip Avg L/100 Reset
7 Buffered Fuel Tank Level (In Litres)
Value used for Petrol Gauge Buffered Fuel Tank Lever Sender Resistance
8 Gear Position (PNRD321)
9 Unknown - 256 Unknown - Varies from 00, 01, 02
10 Unknown - 81 Unknown - 00
11 0000 1100
12 1111 0000
13 0000 0000
14 00
15 00
16 00
17 Illuminates all segments Illuminates all Segments
18 Blank Odometer Screen Blank Odometer Screen
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Posted: Thu Feb 17, 2005 1:21 am 
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thats what i wanted :) thank you very much.

 

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