The ultra gauge displays all that, as long as the ECU has access to the data. I used to have 4 independent gauges on my Land Cruiser spread all over the cab which drove me nuts. Now, I have one that does all 4, plus way more and you can set alarms for it to let you know when the readings go above a certain setpoint.Another one I'm trying to sort out for my truck. Leaning towards Ultragauge but also like the idea of an mx wifi dongle for torque or forscan on my iphone, apparently bluetooth doesn't work on the iphone? Feedback welcome, as long as you don't point and laugh too much. My first ventures into using telephonic devices to work on the automobile. Pretty interesting stuff. My old school mechanics wonders if a cluster of quality gauges might be better, giving coolant temp, oil pressure and oil temp? Also want trans temp but am I missing other vital info for diesels?
It's so much nicer not to have to look around at multiple gauges, and realistically you don't even have to look at it if you have the alarms set up
This is exactly how I run mine:
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