Hello all, as this is a first post I guess I should introduce myself a bit as well as delve in to all my detailed content. I have a 2009 FEH that just rolled 100,000 miles, it was purchased used last summer and has taken my wife and I from coast to coast and now up to Juneau Alaska all with a 1500lbs camper in tow and all of our life on board. It has been an amazing vehicle for this purpose and we are extremely please with it. Here she is resting near the top of Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park All along though I have been wanting to monitor lots of system parameters to keep an eye on the health of the vehicle and finally the past few weeks have found the time to delve into it. I am using the Torque Pro Android app ($5 in the play store) and a cheap bluetooth OBII reader I bought off ebay several years ago to check and clear CEL codes. The app is a pretty neat little piece of software and for the price it's quite hard to go wrong. I started by taking the 2005 FEH PID spreadsheet on google docs and copying the list of scangauge X gauges to my own sheet. I then developed formulas to parse the scangauge inputs and put them into the format that torque uses for importing custom PIDs. The result is a little bit ugly in the formula section but thus far seems to be working pretty well with a little tweaking. ScanGauge to Torque FEH This file as is can be exported from google docs to a csv file and loaded onto your phone in the directory .torque/extendedpids Once in this location you should be able to open torque got to settings > maange extra PIDS/sensors > ... >Add predefined set and the new CSV files should show up in the list. Once they are there you can edit them and tweak them as necessary, monitor them all with torque scan, or add gauges for them on your Torque dashboard. With some tweaking I have managed to get quite a few of them working though I am a bit uncertain as to whether or not they are responding with proper meaningful results. One gauge I am particularly interested in thanks to all the towing I do is the transmission temperature. I seem to have two gauges for this and each displays different data. The eCVT temp gauge from the spreadsheet and a transmission temperature gauge loaded from another predefined custom PID list in torque. Of course one is in f and one is in C so direct comparisons are not quite possible but based on my quick in head c to f conversions the eCVT temp gauge reads quite a bit lower than the tranmission temperature gauge, for anyone using the scangauge what is your typcial range for eCVT temp? Another gauge I've found quite questionable is the %AWD gauge. It connects and returns a value but almost always is reading 0%, yesterday while driving I was able to get the numbers to move around a bit and peak around 54%. So my question for anyone using this Xgauge does it usually read 0 and only show a number in extreme conditions when the wheels are spinning? I was under the impression that there was almost always some amount of lockup going on that would register on the gauge even in dry conditions. Well if you've made it this far thanks for reading and I'll be interested to see if anyone has any input to share or finds any of this useful for their own use. I know there was a thread discussing 2009+ xgauges for the FEH and I would love to get my hands on a list of what PIDs changed so I can get those gauges up to date for my 09, but thus far the 05 list and a few others I've found on the web have been providing me with a good bit of data to play with.