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Old 11-06-2012, 03:20 AM
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Originally Posted by jfxogara View Post
Thanks these are all helpful answers. Honestly, I'm less worried about overheating and more concerned just to know when the car is warmed up!
I added the Garmin ECORoute HD to my GPS. It connects to the OBDII port and sends a bluetooth signal to my dash mounted GPS.

I can select what parameters I want displayed in a nice custom arrangement. Things like voltage, rpm, speed, turbo boost, engine load, charge air temp (after cooler), and of course cooling water temp, which I have confirmed jumps right on up to the 195 deg F range very quickly and hold pretty steady, as it should.

The EcoRoute HD was $99.00, added on to the price of the GPS. You can find some posts with photos somewhere in this massive website!
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