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Old 06-02-2019, 05:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Overboost View Post
Glad it all worked! Posting your original hex numbers and modified numbers may be helpful for future reference by those modifying their temp gauge buffers....
my 2001 E53 3.0i, high cluster, build date 6/2001

original 12-element array:
0F 5E 32 C9 4B C9 73 36 78 6A 7D FF

updated 12-element array:
0F 5E 3C C9 5E C9 60 36 6E 6A 73 FF

My earlier post has more info, comparison with crowz and overboost values, etc.

With this change, I moved the breakpoints
from
15 - 50 - 75 - 115 - 120 - 125 -
to
15 - 60 - 94 - 96 - 110 - 115 -

But I will see how this runs and may change it.

On the high-cluster E53s, there is no warning light built into the gauge, as there is on the low-cluster ones. As overboost mentions, there is a gong and warning message.
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