Cruise Status for VMSpc 2.x Step-by-Step setup (Originaly Posted on 25-JAN-2003, by Herb Petersen) I assume most of you use the Cruise gauge to tell you what speed the Cruise Control is set at. Here is a little enhancement you may wish to try. Enter the VMS Edit program. Hit New. Call the new guage "Cruise Status". I call the abbreviation "CS". Set the PID to 85. Set Gauge Minimum to 0. Set Low Red Line to 1. Set High Red Line to 150. Set Gauge Max to 150. Set Low Yellow to 2. Set High Yellow to 150. Save the settings. Start the VMSpc program. Make a new Simple Guage. Select Cruise Status. Select location as Center. Check only the Show Warning Lamp, box. Set the color to Black. Size the guage so all you see is the round indicator lamp in the square. Place this square next to your Cruise Guage. Now, when the Cruise Control is turned OFF, the guage will be RED. When the Cruise Control is ON and active it will be GREEN. When the Cruise Control is ON but NOT active it will be YELLOW. Enjoy! Herb Herb Petersen 608-538-3394 home 414-403-7747 cell ------------------------------------------------------------------- MarkO re-posting Herb Petersen =================================================================== Mark D. Overholser Engineering Technician SilverLeaf Electronics Inc. 2472 Ferry Street SW Albany, OR 97322 888-741-0259 541-967-8111 541-967-8988 (fax) http://www.silverleafelectronics.com/ ( http://www.simply-smarter.com/ ) ===================================================================

TO update the above, here's the full list of settings that I use for Cruise Status (PID 85) with my Monaco, with ISL 400: Set Gauge Minimum to 0. Set Low Red Line to 0. *** Set High Red Line to 150. Set Gauge Max to 150. Set Low Yellow Line to 128. *** Set High Yellow Line to 150. The *** lines differ from Mark's setup, may work for some. ... RP