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    Default Analogue Shock Sensors

    We have recently installed a new racepak into a new built car. The 4 analogue sensors display, but don't read correctly. The front read exactly the same, and the rear read zero.
    Does anyone know what we may have done wrong in installing or suggestions in set up to have these reading correctly.
    Its a V300SD race pak, and there is also pressure, temp, cylinder, tailshaft and rpm sensors which all work correctly.
    If anyone has any suggestions we would appreciate your help.

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    Default Re: Analogue Shock Sensors

    Sir,

    If you have purchased and installed the Shock travel sensors you need to make sure that you have them enabled in your config. Right click on each channel in your config, click on channel mode, and make sure they say enabled. If not change them to enable, and send the config over to the unit. if you have any other questions you may give us a call at 949-709-5555

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