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June 08, 2020 2 min read

When diagnosing a vehicle using EZ Lynk it’s important to know and understand what parameters are available so you can provide the technician (or yourself) with the best picture of what is happening to your vehicle under different conditions. 

When it comes to datalogging, EZ Lynk makes the experience fully customizable with 3 viewing styles and a myriad of PIDs. These options allow you to view your PIDS as either 8 tiles, 3 gauges and 5 bars, or as a graph. 

Now for the important stuff. What PIDs are actually available for monitoring & what should I select? We broke it down by vehicle diagnostic category. Please note, this will vary based on the vehicle and engine however the following PIDs are currently available on the 11-16 6.7L Powerstroke.



  • Throttle Position (TPS)
  • Engine RPM
  • Main Injection Timing
  • Engine Load
  • Injection Pressure A (actual)
  • Injection Pressure D (desired)
  • Calculated Engine Torque
  • Engine Reference Torque
  • Engine Percentage Torque Actual
  • Fuel Volume Control Valve (%)
  • Fuel Volume Control Current (amp)
  • Injection Quantity Desired



  • Boost pressure
  • Exhaust Manifold Pressure
  • Engine RPM
  • Barometric Pressure
  • Turbo Vane Position Desired
  • EGR Valve Position Desired
  • EGR Valve Position Actual
  • Mass Air Flow
  • Charge Air Coolant Temperature
  • Charge Air Temperature Voltage



  • Engine RPM
  • Transmission Temperature
  • Transmission Line Pressure Desired 
  • Output Shaft Speed
  • Transmission Turbine RPM
  • Torque Converter Slip
  • Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid A
  • Shift Elapse Time (0-10%)
  • Shift Elapse Time (10-90%)
  • Most Recent Shift Event Type
  • Last Shift Flare RPM
  • Torque Converter Clutch State
  • TVB Shift Solenoid A Pressure Desired 
  • TVB Shift Solenoid B Pressure Desired 
  • TVB Shift Solenoid C Pressure Desired 
  • TVB Shift Solenoid D Pressure Desired 
  • TVB Shift Solenoid E Pressure Desired
  • TCC Solenoid Pressure D
  • Shift Type



  • Engine Coolant Temperature 
  • Engine Coolant Temperature 2
  • Fuel Rai Temperature (TS) Temp Switch
  • Fuel Rail Temperature Voltage
  • Engine RPM
  • Transmission Temperature
  • Ambient Air Temperature
  • Engine Oil Temperature
  • Intake Air Temperature



  • Engine RPM
  • DPF Estimated Soot Load
  • EGT Sensor 1-4
  • DPF Bank 1 Delta Pressure
  • DPF Bank 1 Inlet Pressure
  • DPF Bank 1 Outlet Pressure
  • EGR Temperature Bank 1, Sensor 1
  • EGR Temperature Bank 1, Sensor 2


  • GPS Speed
  • Vehicle Speed
  • Engine RPM
  • Battery Voltage
  • Engine Hours
  • Odometer
  • Engine State
  • Key State


Now that you know which PIDs are available it will make your technician’s job that much easier. Knowing this will allow you to choose the PID that corresponds with the vehicle complaint and make data logging more powerful and useful.

If you have any additional data logging questions feel free to drop a comment below or email us

2 Responses

Jim Steinbacher
Jim Steinbacher

January 11, 2022

Thanks. for the listing – this way I have a complete overview without having to scroll and write it down myself.

Joseph Beckett
Joseph Beckett

July 31, 2020

I still have not had the time to hook it up
I feel that I have to explain I’m in a wheelchair bought a (New to Me) truck
And the Coronavirus had shut down the place that does the hand controls (really sucked I was without a vehicle)
So we are moving forward with all these adaptations (next is the chair lift) after this it would be great to speak to one of you guys
I’m going to need help

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