Bully Dog 40268 Electronic Multi Purpose Gauge Installation

Bully Dog 40268 Electronic Multi Purpose Gauge Installation
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INSTALLATION Manual
Vehicle Application
‘98.5-’00 Dodge 5.9L Cummins
‘01-’02 Dodge 5.9L Cummins
OutLook Part#
40267
40268
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
TROUBLESHOOTING:
Harness Description
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................pg. 2
OutLook Installation
BILL OF MATERIAL............................................................................................pg. 2
HARNESS DESCRIPTIONS.............................................................................pgs. 3-4
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION............................................................................ pgs. 5-14
‘98.5-’02 Sub-harness Installation Overview.......................................................................pg. 5
‘98.5-’00 Sub-harness Installation.......................................................................................pg. 6-7
Operating Instructions
‘01-’02 Sub-harness Installation...........................................................................................pg. 7-8
OBD II Harness Installation.........................................................................................................pg. 9
Outlook Main Harness Installation....................................................................................... pg. 10
Pyrometer Installation...................................................................................................... pgs. 11-13
Mounting Instructions.............................................................................................................. pg. 14
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS...................................................................... pgs. 15-22
Navigation/Joystick Operation............................................................................................... pg.15
Using the OutLook / Selecting the Correct Vehicle....................................................... pg. 15
Vehicle Selection Details.......................................................................................................... pg. 16
General Display........................................................................................................................... pg. 17
Main menu / Menu Items ............................................................................................... pgs. 18-20
OutLook Display Options................................................................................................ pgs. 21-22
Troubleshooting
Pyrometer Probe calibration procedure ...............................................pg. 23
Troubleshooting.......................................................................................pg. 24
Product Warranty & disclaimer..............................................................pg. 26
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
INTRODUCTION
Harness Description
The OUTLOOK w/Power Enhancement In-Cab Monitor is a Sleek In-cab Controller/Monitor/Gauge/
Power Module combination Featuring Advanced High Tech Performance and Monitoring - Like No
Other Product on the Market! Differing from our other Outlook Monitors, this product will monitor
your vehicle diagnostics and add up to 60 horsepower on 1998.5-2002 Dodge 24 valve Cummins diesels, this product is also adjustable on the fly.
Note:This instruction set outlines how to install and operate the OutLook monitor on the ‘98.5-’02 5.9L 24 Valve Dodge
Cummins diesel pickups. This product will not work on any other vehicle other than those stated.
1. OutLook Monitor with Main Harness
2. OutLook Sub-harness
• Flat Head Screw Driver
• Phillips Screw Driver
• Wire Strippers
• Electric Drill
• 5/16” Drill Bit
• 1/8” Pipe Tap
• 9/16” Wrench
• 5/8” Wrench
• Electrical Tape
a.
‘98.5-’00,
b.
‘01-’02
3. Pyrometer Probe
4. Windshield Mount
5. Pillar Pod Mount
6. OBD II Connector & Harness
7. Fuse Jack
8. 90° Connector
9. Zip Ties
b.
Operating Instructions
TOOLS NEEDED
OutLook Installation
BILL OF MATERIALS
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
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8.
Troubleshooting
6.
7.
HARNESS DESCRIPTION
Introduction
Note: Included with this product are four individual wiring harnesses. Please see the name, pictures, and descriptions of each of the harnesses below. The instructions for your truck in this
manual will refer to the different harnesses by name.
Harness Description
OBD II HARNESS: The OBD II Harness, has a green
male plug, which connects to the OutLook Main harness. In addition to the green plug on the OBD II Harness, the yellow wire which is the Power Wire for the
Outlook monitor. On the opposite end is the OBD II
connector which will plug into the OBD II port under
the driver’s side of the dash.
OBD II Harness (#6)
OutLook Installation
OUTLOOK MAIN HARNESS: The OutLook monitor main harness, has an OutLook monitor on one
end and two green connectors, one male and one
female, on the other end of the harness. Of the green
connectors on the Outlook Main harness, the female
plug connects to the OBD II Harness described above.
The green male plug, connects to a Sub-Harness.
Also on the same end as the two green connectors,
OutLook Main (#1)
the OutLook Main harness has two sets of thermocouple wires labeled Pyro 1 and Pyro 2, which can connect to two different pyrometers. Finally, on the OutLook
Main harness is a single black wire. This black wire comes from the factory connected to the Pyro 2 connections
and is used as a ground for unused pyrometer probe wires on the OutLook Main harness.
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
PYROMETER PROBE: The Pyrometer Probe, is a
steel braded cable with a pyrometer probe tip on
one end and red and yellow wire connections on the
opposite end.
Pyrometer Probe (#3)
Troubleshooting
HARNESS DESCRIPTION
Introduction
Harness Description
‘98.5-’00 OUTLOOK SUB-HARNESS: This is
the most complex harness; on one end is a green
plug (female) identical to the plug on the end of
the Outlook Main Harness. On the opposite end
of this harness are two other plugs: one is a Data
Link Plug and the other is a Map Sensor Plug.
The Data Link Plug has one end to it which is a
three prong connector with a green bushing. The
Data Link Plug also has a grey triangular plug
‘98.5-’00 Sub-Harness (#2 a.)
which comes before the three prong plug that is
separated and used for installs on 1998.5-1999
models. The Map Sensor Plug is actually two plugs, one male and one female, that are circular with the
male end having a purple bushing.
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
‘01-’02 OUTLOOK SUB-HARNESS: As the harness comes packaged it is ready for installation
on the 2001 model year. On one end is a green
plug (female) identical to the plug on the end of
the Outlook Main Harness. On the opposite end
of the harness is a data link plug which is a three
prong connector with a green bushing and the
map sensor plugs. The map sensor plugs as is
comes is ready for installation on a 2001 model
year, the 2001 model pickups need the oval
shaped connectors, male and female, for instal‘01-’02 Sub-Harness (#2 b.)
lation. The large grey plugs connected between
the male and female oval connectors are for installation on 2002 model years, simply unplug the large grey plugs and plug the oval plugs together to
install on a 2002 model.
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
‘98.5-’00 harness location overview
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Harness Description
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OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
‘01-’02 harness location overview
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Pyrometer Probe Calibration
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Troubleshooting
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
INSTALLING THE ’98,5-’00 SUB-HARNESS
IMPORTANT: Skip these steps if your vehicle is not a ’98.5-’00
In these steps you will connect both the Data Link Plug and
Map sensor Plugs.
Harness Description
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‘98.5-’00 Data Link Plug
Operating Instructions
‘00 Data Link Plug
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
2. Plug the data plug from the Outlook Sub harness to the
stock data plug: press the plugs together firmly until the
snap connector is secure.
Steps for ‘00 Vehicles: This year will utilize the three prong
connector with the green bushing to make the data link
between the Outlook and the vehicle. Do not separate the
triangle connector for this year of vehicle.
1. Locate the three prong connector on top of the fuel lift
pump which is on the driver’s side of the engine directly below the map sensor.
2. Plug the data plug from the harness to the stock data
plug: press the plugs together firmly until the snap connector is secure.
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OutLook Installation
Data Link Plug: Due to vehicle differences between years
the sub-harness installs differently.
Steps for ‘98.5-’99 Vehicles: Before installation begins
the three prong adaptor on the data plug must be removed
at the grey triangle. Separate the male and female ends of
the grey triangle plug by pressing down on the snap on the
male end of the plug and pulling the two pieces apart. Once
they are separated installation can begin.
1. Locate the data plug inside the engine bay of the vehicle,
towards the front of the engine bay near the radiator on the
driver side and down about one foot. The vehicle data plug is
triangular and grey (Male).
Map Sensor Plug for ‘98.5-’00 vehicles:
1. Locate the stock Map Sensor connection behind the fuel filter canister on the driver’s side of the engine.
This plug goes directly into the side of the engine.
2. Disconnect the stock Map Sensor plug which is a snap
style connector. To remove pull out on the snap lever and
pull the connector outward from the engine.
Troubleshooting
3. Connect the male end of the Map Sensor plug coming
from the sub-harness to the stock female plug. Then connect the stock male map sensor plug to the female end of
the Bully Dog Map sensor plug.
‘98.5-’00 Map Sensor Plug
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
INSTALLING THE ‘01-’02 SUB-HARNESS
IMPORTANT: Skip these steps if your vehicle is not a ’01-’02 Dodge
Cummins
In this step you will install the ‘01-’02 Sub-harness which
entails connecting the Data Link and the MAP Sensor plugs to
the vehicle.
Harness Description
DATA LINK PLUG for ‘01-’02: Three prong plug with green bushing.
‘01-’02 Sub-Harness (#2 b.)
1. Locate the female data plug inside the engine bay of the vehicle
about midway back into the engine bay and then strait down 1’ to 1.5’ on the drivers side of the engine block.
2. Plug the data plug from the sub-harness to the stock data plug: press the plugs together firmly until the snap
connector is secure.
Operating Instructions
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OutLook Installation
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Data Link Plug Location
Troubleshooting
Data Link Plug
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
MAP SENSOR PLUG: Do to vehicle differences between years the sub-harness installs differently.
‘01: As the harness comes the map sensor plugs are ready for installation on the ‘01 model year so nothing must
be done to the map sensor plugs before installation.
OutLook Installation
‘01 MAP Sensor prep
Harness Description
‘02: Before installation on this model year can begin the plugs must be turned around so that the grey rectangular plugs can be plug into the vehicle and not the oval plugs. To do so simply disconnect the grey plugs and
connect the male and female oval plugs together.
‘02 Map Sensor prep
Operating Instructions
steps for ‘01-’02:
1.Locate the stock Map Sensor plug behind the fuel filter canister on the driver’s side of the engine. This plug goes directly
into the side of the engine.
3.Connect the male end of the Bully Dog Map Sensor plug
coming from the Sub-harness to the female end of the stock
female plug. Then connect the stock male map sensor plug to
the female end of the Bully Dog Map sensor plug.
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
2.Disconnect the stock Map Sensor plug which is a snap style
connector. To remove pull up on the snap lever and pull the
connector outward from the connection.
‘01 Map Sensor
Green sub-harness plug:
Troubleshooting
Run this side of the Sub-harness over to the driver’s side back corner of the engine bay and let it sit while installing the
other harnesses.
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
INSTALLING THE OBD II Harness
Introduction
IMPORTANT: This step is performed on all vehicles.
In this step you will connect the OBDII plug, connect the power wire,
and run the green connector through the fire wall.
OBD II PLUG:
1. Locate the vehicles OBD II plug on the underside of the dash on the middle
driver’s side of the vehicle.
OBD II Harness (#6)
Harness Description
2. Simply plug the Bully Dog OBD II plug into the vehicle OBD II Plug.
OutLook Installation
YELLOW POWER WIRE:
1. Prepare the yellow wire by stripping the end of the wire about .25”. Connect the blue 90˚ connector to the end of the power wire using pliers.
2.Locate fuse #8 inside the fuse panel on the driver’s side of the cab on the
side of the dash. Remove fuse #8 using needle nose pliers.
3. Insert the fuse jack. Make sure that fuse jack is placed on the dead
side of the fuse to ensure that the Outlook Monitor is protected by the
fuse as well. Use a volt meter to verify the dead side of the fuse. With
the fuse pulled and the truck powered on but not started, the volt meter
should read 0 volts on the fuse jack to ground. Problems can occur if the
incorrect fuse in used for this connection: the power may stay on continuously even with the key off; or the Outlook Monitor can receive power at
the incorrect time of the power-on/starting cycle of the vehicle.
Operating Instructions
4. Connect the yellow power wire to the fuse jack, place the fuse back into
the slot, and close the fuse box.
OBD II Port
Yellow Power Wire w/connector
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
GREEN PLUG THROUGH THE FIRE
WALL:
1. The green plug (male) on the
end of the OBD II harness must go
through the fire wall into the engine
bay. To get through the firewall, use
Fuse #8
Fuse #8
the existing port that runs stock vewarning: For the OutLook to function properly, all
hicle
wiring through the firewall. This
fuses must be pushed in completely.
may require that you cut a grommet.
2.Once through, from the engine bay pull all of the slack of the OBD II harness from the cab into the engine bay. There
will be more slack from the OBD II wire than from the yellow power wire to pull into the engine bay.
Troubleshooting
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
INSTALLING THE OUTLOOK MAIN HARNESS
Introduction
IMPORTANT: This step is performed on all vehicles.
In this step you will run the OutLook Main harness,
plugs and wiring through the fire wall and then connect the OutLook Main harness to the OBD II Harness,
and the Sub-Harness.
OutLook Installation
1. For a clean install, first peel-back the weather stripping next to the
dash on the driver’s side door.
2. Set the OutLook Monitor up on the driver’s side dash and run the
OutLook wires down behind the dash to conceal the wiring. Remove the side dash panel to assist in running the wiring. Reinstall
the side dash panel and the weather stripping.
3. Run the end of the Outlook wiring harness through the fire wall
into the engine bay. Use the same hole as you would with the OBD
II harness plug. Pull all of the slack from the cab through the fire
wall.
4. Connect the green plug (male) on the end of the OBD II harness to
the green plug (female) on the Outlook main harness.
5. Connect the green plug (female) on the end of the sub-harness to
the green plug (male) on the Outlook main harness.
6. Go inside the Cab of the vehicle to test the install before going any
further. Turn the ignition to the run position, the Outlook at this
point should light up and display a vehicle selection screen.
7. Secure all wiring to ensure that wiring is safe from extreme heat
and moving parts using the zip ties provided.
Harness Description
OutLook Main Harness (#1)
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
Harness Connections
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OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
INSTALLING THE Pyrometer Probe:
Introduction
Harness Description
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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IMPORTANT: This step is performed on all vehicles.
In this section of the manual you will drill and tap the
Pyrometer Probe in the exhaust, either Pre-turbo or
Post-turbo, and then connect the Pyrometer Probe
wires to the OutLook Main harness. Exhaust Gas Temperatures indicate how hot the motor is getting and can
be used to set safety de-fueling parameters (see operating instructions “Set Pyrometer de-fuel Level”).
Pyrometer Probe (#3)
Post-turbo vs. Pre-turbo: You must decide between mounting the Pyro Probe either Post-turbo or Preturbo. The difference in location determines what temperatures will read on your OutLook. Post-turbo
mounting is recommended for the easiest install.
It is recommended that you mount both a Pre-turbo and a Post-turbo Pyrometer Probe if a vehicle is running more than 100 horsepower over Stock. On the OutLook display screen, Pyro 1 temps are constantly
shown in the bottom left quadrant (If you mount Pyro 1 in a Post-turbo location, the numbers in that
quadrant will represent Post-turbo).
A single Pyrometer Probe is the easiest install, and it is recommended that you install the probe Postturbo on the Dodge Cummins.
Whether you mount Post-turbo or Pre-turbo you need to monitor your temperatures; know what is safe
and when to back off. Use the Pyrometer Calibration Procedure on page 24 to figure out what your safety
limits are.
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
PRE-TURBO MOUNT:
1. Drill a 5/16” hole into the Exhaust Manifold where all the exhaust runners of the manifold come together just
before the turbo exhaust inlet. Then tap the hole with a 1/8” pipe tap and mount the Pyrometer probe in the
hole. Use a 9/16” wrench to tighten the probe holder or tube fitting to the down tube. Then tighten the Pyro
Probe Cap to the holder using a 5/8” wrench.
Tool Tip, Pre-turbo Mount
Troubleshooting
When drilling into the exhaust manifold, metal spews, shavings, and broken drill bits can fall inside. This
can be hazardous to your turbo when the engine starts. Try doing four things to avoid this possible problem: One, use a high quality twist bit and a slow speed drill, about 500-800 rpm; Two, start with a small
pilot bit about 1/8”, then use the full 5/16” bit after the smaller one has punched through; Three, grease
your drill bit in addition to the normal lubricant, this will catch flying spews as they are cut; Four, just prior
to punching through into the inside of the manifold, start the engine and build up exhaust pressure on the
inside of the manifold (blows spews outside the manifold instead of letting them fall inside).
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
warning:If any debris such as drill bits, metal shavings,
spews ect. drops inside the manifold, we advise disassembly of the turbo to remove the debris.
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Wiring
4. If a second Pyro is not used, then connect the remaining
Pyro 2 wires to the long black ground wire that is sticking
out from the Main Harness using the existing hardware. This will ensure that there is no electrical
interference between the Pyro connections. To further protect the connections, wrap all of the Pyrometer connections in electrical tape.­
OutLook Installation
3. Connect the Pyrometer to the OutLook Main harness: if you want
Pre-turbo temperatures displayed in the bottom left quadrant
on the OutLook screen, connect the Pre-turbo Pyrometer connectors to Pyro 1 connectors on the OutLook Main Harness. Connect the shorter wire from the Pyrometer to the longer wire on
the OutLook Main harness labeled Pyro 1 using a 5/16” wrench
and a phillips screw driver. Connect the longer wire from the
Pyrometer to the shorter wire coming off the OutLook Main harness labeled Pyro 1.
Harness Description
2. Run the Pyro Cable up to engine bay so the end meets the end of the OutLook Main harness and use zip ties
to secure the line.
Introduction
IMPORTANT: At least one Pyrometer Probe is required for OutLook installation.
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OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
Harness Description
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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POST-TURBO MOUNT:
1. Find a location on the exhaust pipe that is 3-6” downstream from the
turbo charger output. Then drill a 5/16” hole and run a 1/8” pipe tap
into the hole. Mount the Pyrometer Probe in the threaded hole using a 9/16” wrench to tighten the probe holder or tube fitting to the
down tube. Then tighten the Pyro Probe Cap to the holder using a
5/8” wrench.
2. Run the Pyro Cable along the brim of the engine bay so the end meets
the end of the OutLook Main Harness and use zip ties to secure the
pyro line. The cable is not long enough to reach inside the cab so the
connection will be made underneath the hood.
Drilling the Exhaust Pipe
3. If you want Post-turbo temperatures displayed in the bottom left
quadrant on the OutLook screen, connect the Post-turbo connectors
to the Pyro 1 connectors on the OutLook Main Harness. Connect the
shorter wire from the Pyrometer to the longer wire on the OutLook
Main Harness labeled Pyro 1 using a 5/16” wrench and a phillips
screw driver. Connect the longer wire from the Pyrometer to the
shorter wire coming off the OutLook Main Harness labeled Pyro 1.
4. If a second Pyro is not used, then connect the remaining Pyro 2 wires
to the long black ground wire that is sticking out from the Main
Harness using the existing hardware. This will ensure that there is
no electrical interference between the Pyro connections. To further
protect the connections, wrap all of the Pyrometer connections in
electrical tape.
Pyro Probe Installed
Securing Cable
Tool Tip Post-turbo Mount
When drilling into the exhaust pipe broken drill bits can fall
inside. Since it is after the turbo and so no damage will be
done to it, thankfully. Generally you still try to have as clean
a drill hole as possible. To avoid this possible problem use a
high quality twist bit and a slow speed drill, about 500-800
rpm and start with a small pilot bit about 1/8”.
Pyrometer Wiring
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: This step is performed on all vehicles.
Bully Dog offers three different options for mounting the OutLook monitor, each location option places the OutLook monitor in an easily accessed viewing area for the
driver.
Harness Description
WINDSHIELD MOUNT:
1. Locate the windshield mount included with the OutLook monitor.
This windshield mount does not come with mounting glue
that will stick metal to glass. This glue can be found at any
hardware store.
Introduction
OUTLOOK MONITOR MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS
2. Place glue onto the window mount piece with the OutLook
monitor Holder detached from the windshield mount piece.
OutLook Windshield Mount (#4)
4. Let the glue set up as instructed by glue packaging and then
slide the OutLook monitor Holder onto the window mount
with the OutLook monitor attached.
3. Run the OutLook Main harness wires down through the hole in the
pillar mount system and connect the OutLook to the other harnesses.
4. Finally, slide the pod mount circle with the OutLook attached into the
pillar mount hole.
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
OutLook Circle Mount (#10)
2. Follow the instructions for installing the single pillar pod mount that
are included in the pillar mount package.
Operating Instructions
PILLAR POD MOUNTING:
1. Locate the OutLook pod mount circle that is included with the OutLook
monitor and attach the OutLook monitor to the pod mount circle by running the OutLook Main harness through the rectangular hole in the circle
and snapping the back onto the OutLook.
OutLook Installation
3. Hold the windshield mount piece on the windshield just to
the left of the steering wheel for one minute.
OutLook Pillar Pod
Troubleshooting
This custom pillar pod is a
perfect fit for your OutLook and
can be painted to match your
truck’s interior. Instructions for this
mount come with the pod.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS:
This section of the manual describes how to use the joystick to navigate menus and control power levels. Also included are descriptions of each of the menus and sub menus, as well as, showing how to do
a performance test.
NAVIGATION/JOYSTICK OPERATION
Harness Description
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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The joystick moves in four directions: up, down, left, and
right. The descriptions below provide an explanation
of what each direction is used for while navigating the
menus and selecting display options.
UP AND DOWN: There are two main uses of the joystick up
and down direction: One, scroll up and down in the general
display to control the vehicle power level. Scroll between Stock,
25%, 50%, 75% and 100%. Also, use the up and down directions to scroll between menu items while in the main menu or
any of the sub menus.
RIGHT: Pressing right will take you from the general display
into the main menu. See the list of menu items on the next
page. Pressing right will also select menu items and navigate
to sub-menus.
LEFT: Pressing left will take you from the main menu back into the general display. It is also used to reset any performance test.
USING THE OUTLOOK / SELECTING THE CORRECT VEHICLE
The first time you use the OutLook Monitor it will automatically display the Vehicle Selection Screen.
The screen example below shows what the vehicle selection
Choose Your Vehicle
6.0L Ford w/ BD Mod
screen looks like on the OutLook. It is extremely important 03-07
03-07 6.0L Ford w/ other
7.3L Ford w/ other
that you select the correct vehicle application, because the 99.5-03
01-05 GM w /BD Module only
01-05 GM w / other or Stock
OutLook will not work correctly if it is not.
01-02 Dodge w/ other
98.5-00 Dodge w / other
The different screen options describe different vehicle scenarios. Refer to the vehicle selection details on the following
page for clarification on when each option should be used. The option details correspond with the screen
options top to bottom.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
VEHICLE SELECTION DETAILS:
Introduction
The list below provides a description of vehicle type and product compatibility . Use this list to help correctly select vehicle and product type. The OutLook will not work properly if you have selected the wrong
vehicle and product combination.
On-the-fly power adjustments and set de-fuel levels are activated on selections highlighted in red
• ‘06 DODGE W/POWER PUP DOWNLOADER OR STOCK:
Used if you have a ‘06 Dodge Cummins with a Triple Dog Downloader.
• ‘03-’05 DODGE W/BULLY DOG MODULE:
Used if you have a ‘03-’05 Dodge Cummins with a Bully Dog Rapid Power or Dyno Dominator module.
Harness Description
Used if you have a ‘06 Dodge Cummins in combination with a Power Pup Downloader or Stock.
• ‘06 DODGE W/TRIPLE DOG DOG:
• ‘03-’05 DODGE W/BULLY DOG DOWNLOADER, TORQUE DOG, COMPETITOR’S PRODUCT OR STOCK
Used if you have a ‘03-’05 dodge Cummins with a competitors product, a Bully Dog Downloader, a Bully Dog Torque
Dog, or Stock.
Used if you have a ‘03-’05 Dodge Cummins with a Bully Dog Triple Dog Downloader.
• ‘01-’02 DODGE W/ outlook p.e.:
Used if you have a ‘01-’02 5.9L 24 valve cummins
OutLook Installation
• ‘03-’05 DODGE W/ TRIPLE DOG DOWNLOADER:
• ‘98.5-’00 DODGE W/ other:
Used if you have a ‘98.5-’00 5.9L 24 valve cummins
Used if you have a ‘03-’07 6.0L Ford Power Stroke along with a Bully Dog Rapid Power or Dyno Dominator plug-in
module, a Power Pup Downloader, or Stock.
• ‘03-’07 6.0L FORD W/ TRIPLE DOG:
Used if you have a ‘03-’07 6.0L Ford Power Stroke along with Triple Dog Downloader.
• ‘99.5-’03 7.3L FORD W/COMPETITOR’S PRODUCT:
• ‘06 GM DURAMAX W/ TRIPLE DOG:
Used if you have a ‘06 Duramax with a Triple Dog Downloader.
• ‘06 GM DURAMAX W/POWER PUP OR STOCK:
Used if you have a ‘06 Duramax with a Power Pup Downloader or stock.
• ‘01-’05 GM W/BULLY DOG MODULE ONLY:
Used if you have a ‘01-’05 6.6L GM Duramax along with a Bully Dog Rapid Power or Dyno Dominator Plug-In Module.
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Used if you have a ‘99.5-’03 7.3L Ford Power Stroke with a competitor’s product.
Operating Instructions
• ‘03-’07 6.0L FORD W/BULLY DOG MODULE:
• ‘01-’05 GM W/ BULLY DOG DOWNLOADER, COMPETITOR’S PRODUCT OR STOCK:
• ’05 GM W/ TRIPLE DOG:
Used if you have a ‘05 or newer 6.6L GM Duramax along with Triple Dog Downloader.
Troubleshooting
Used if you have a ‘01-’05 6.6L GM Duramax along with a competitor’s product, a Bully Dog downloader, or Stock.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction
Harness Description
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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GENERAL DISPLAY
Once you have selected a vehicle upon initial use, the OutLook will then bring up the general display screen.
Below is an example of the general display screen. It has four quadrants which display vehicle diagnostics
and performance tests. It also has a power bar which displays the percent of power being used by the vehicle
from a performance upgrade.
Top Left Quadrant
displays user preset
options
Power Bar displays the % of power of aftermarket
performance product
Bottom Left Quadrant
always displays the
Pyro1 Temperature
Reading, which correlates to Pyro 1 on the
OutLook Main Harness.
Main Menu
Adj Speedmtr to Tire Size
Set Top Left Display
Set Bottom Right Display
Set Pyro De-fuel level
View Last Ten Readings
View All-time Highs
View Current Settings
View Peak Values
Clear Saved Peaks
Vehicle Selection Screen
Set Transmission Defuel
Display & Erase DTC’s
Adj Speedmtr to Tire Size
28.00 inches
28.25 inches
28.50 inches
28.75 inches
29.00 inches
29.25 inches
29.50 inches
Top Right Quadrant
displays user preset
options
Bottom Right
Quadrant
displays user preset
options
MAIN MENU ITEMS
All of the items listed in this selection can be accessed on the OutLook Monitor by pressing right while in the general display.
ADJUST OUTLOOK SPEEDOMETER TO TIRE SIZE:
Oversized aftermarket tires will throw off the OEM speedometer reading making it difficult to tell how fast you are really going. This feature
will allow you to program in your exact tire size (28”up to 44”) and view
an accurate speed reading on the OutLook screen in miles per hour.
IMPORTANT: This Tire size calibrations will not be accurate if adjustments have already been made with a other
speedometer recalibration methods.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: OutLook Display Options are found on page s 21-22
NOTE: The BOTTOM LEFT DISPLAY quadrant always displays Pyro #1 this quadrant item cannot be
changed.
98.5-2002 Display FEATURES
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
On The Fly Adjustability
Boost Pressure
Dual Pyrometer Probe (2)
Accurate Speed Display (MPH)
Engine RPM
Horsepower and torque
0-60 times (MPH)
1/4 Mile time
peak boost
peak pyro
peak horsepower
peak torque
fastest 0-60
fastest 1/4 mile
OutLook Installation
SET BOTTOM RIGHT DISPLAY: Select this to enter a sub-menu with a list of OutLook Display Options that you
can select to view in the bottom right display quadrant of the OutLook screen. All of the OutLook Display Options are
listed in this instruction set with options specific to this make, model, and year of vehicle.
The chart below depicts the features available for display in the Top Left, Top Right, and Bottom
Right Quadrants of the OutLook General Display Screen.
Harness Description
SET TOP LEFT DISPLAY: Select this to enter a sub-menu with a list of OutLook Display Options that you select
to view in the top left display quadrant of the OutLook Screen. All of the OutLook Display Options are listed in this
instruction set with options specific to this make, model, and year of vehicle.
SET TOP RIGHT DISPLAY: Select this to enter a sub-menu with a list of OutLook Display Options that you can select
to view in the top right display quadrant of the OutLook Screen. All of the OutLook Display Options are listed in this
instruction set with option specific to this make, model, and year of vehicle.
Introduction
MAIN MENU ITEMS
Troubleshooting
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction
Harness Description
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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MAIN MENU ITEMS
NOTE: Pyrometer Probe Calibration Procedure is found on page 23
SET Pyrometer Probe DE-FUEL LEVEL: With this menu Set Pyrometer Probe De-fuel level
option a list of temperatures ranging from 900˚F up to 1700˚F 900º
950º
is presented. Based upon where you have installed the Pyrometer 1000º
Probe (see installing the Pyro Instructions), you will use this op- 1050º
1100º
tion to select the highest temperature you ever want your exhaust 1150º
1200º
gas to reach when de-fueling. We recommend that you use our
Pyrometer Probe Calibration Procedure to find out what your Pyrometer Probe de-fuel level will be. Once a de-fuel
level is put in place, if the Exhaust Gas Temperatures (EGT’s) reach a level greater than or equal to the set level, the
OutLook will automatically lower the horsepower and, in turn, bring EGT’s back down to a safe level. This feature has
been designed to save the integrity of an engine by preventing unsafe engine temperatures.
The default de-fuel level temperature is 1200˚F. If you do not have a Pyrometer Probe hooked up to the
OutLook, it acts as though your EGT’s are below 100° F and this safety feature will not work. Therefore your
engine is susceptible to overheating with the addition of performance upgrades.
VIEW LAST 10 READINGS This feature lets you view the last
Pyro readings taken per key cycle, the last 10 Pyro readings
taken per key cycle, the last 10 boost readings per key cycle, and
if the features are available to your vehicle it will show you your
last 10 quarter mile runs and 0-60 runs. You can also erase the
last ten readings. See Clear Peak Values below to erase.
View Last 10 Readings
VIEW ALL TIME HIGHS Select this and then choose to see your
five all time best 0-60 times and quarter mile times. You can
also choose to erase your all time highs to make room for new
ones. See Clear Peak Values below to erase.
View All-time Highs
Quarter Mile Times
0-60 Times
Peak Boost / Start Cycle
Peak Pyro / Start Cycle
Clear Top Ten Values
Quarter Mile Times
0-60 Times
Clear Top Ten Values
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
VIEW CURRENT SETTING: This feature allows you to see how
the OutLook has been set up to work with the vehicle. It will
display what truck type was selected, what the tire size was set
to and what the emergency de-fuel level is set to. This makes it
simple to make sure you have these standards set up correctly.
Truck Selected:
01-02 5.9L Dodge w / other
Tire Size:
32 Inches
Emergency Power Cutoff:
1250˚F
CURRENT PEAKS
Boost:
Pyrometer Probe:
Horsepower
Torque:
0-60 Time:
1/4 Mile Time:
0 PSI
000˚ F
0.0 HP
0.0 ft-lbs
0.00 Seconds
0.00 Seconds
Choose Your Vehicle
03-07 6.0L Ford w/ BD Mod
03-07 6.0L Ford w/ other
99.5-03 7.3L Ford w/ other
01-05 GM w /BD Module only
01-05 GM w / other or Stock
01-02 Dodge w/ OutLook PE
98.5-00 Dodge w / OutLook PE
Operating Instructions
VEHICLE SELECTION SCREEN: This is the same screen that appears when the OutLook gets installed for the first time. Use this
feature if the wrong setting is set or if the OutLook is transferred
to a different brand of vehicle.
OutLook Installation
CLEAR PEAK VALUES: This will enable you to erase the peak
values that are saved in the OutLook and displayed when you select the View Peak Values main menu option. Clearing the peak values will free up the OutLook to record new values lower than the previously saved
peaks.
Harness Description
VIEW PEAK VALUES: This feature will show you all of the single
all time highs for your vehicle on a single screen.
CURRENT SETTINGS
Introduction
MAIN MENU ITEMS
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction
The following is a general list of measurements the OutLook monitor can display. Once you select to display
one of the options below, it will be displayed either in the top left, top right, or bottom right quadrant of the
OutLook monitor screen. Navigate to these items through the main menu by selecting either top right, bottom right or top left.
Harness Description
OUTLOOK DISPLAY OPTIONS
A measure of air pressure generated by the turbo that is being forced into the engine cylinder. Knowing the pressure will
indicate how much stress is being put on the turbo and the engine itself. On a Stock pickup at high acceleration, a turbo
will generate 18 to 40 lbs. of boost depending upon year & make of vehicle.
BOOST PRESSURE:
PYRO 1:
Reads the signal received from the Pyro 1 connection on the OutLook Main harness. This measurement is used to de-fuel
the engine based on the Pyrometer Probe Calibration Procedure listed previously in the manual. This measurement is
permanently displayed in the bottom left quadrant of the OutLook Screen.
OutLook Installation
PYRO 2:
Reads the signal received from the Pyro 2 connection on the OutLook Main harness. Use this feature to display EGT
measurements from Pyro 2 on the screen.
SPEED:
Vehicle rate of travel in Miles Per Hour. This feature does not change the OEM speedometer.
Operating Instructions
ENGINE RPM:
Number of Crank Revolutions Per Minute.
HORSE POWER AND TORQUE:
Measures engine output to the wheels. Due to all of the factors involved in actual driving, the number calculated by the
OutLook may not match those derived from an actual dynamometer.
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
0-60 TIME IN MPH:
This is a performance test that displays and records how long it takes the vehicle to go from a stand still at zero miles per
hour to 60 miles per hour. This is a standard test that automobile manufacturers often use to describe the low end performance of an automobile. To operate this function, simply follow the instructions displayed on the screen in one of the
three quadrants chosen to display this performance test. When bad starts occur and the test must be restarted, simply
press left on the OutLook Joystick and the performance test will restart itself as well as refresh the screen instructions.
1⁄4 MILE TIME:
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This performance test will display and record how long it takes the vehicle to travel ¼ a mile from a complete stand still
and how fast the vehicle was traveling at the exact point of completion. If for some reason the test must be restarted,
simply press left on the OutLook Joystick and the performance test will restart itself as well as refresh the screen instructions.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Introduction
PEAK BOOST PRESSURE:
Highest intake pressure in PSI ever recorded in that vehicle.
PEAK PYRO:
Highest exhaust gas temperature ever reached; with regard to the location of the Pyro, whether the Pyro is installed pre
or Post-turbo.
PEAK TORQUE:
Highest torque ever reached.
Harness Description
PEAK HORSEPOWER:
Highest horsepower ever reached.
FASTEST 0-60:
FASTEST 1⁄4 MILE TIME:
Best ever quarter mile time.
OutLook Installation
Best ever 0-60 time.
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
PYROMETER CALIBRATION PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT: This step is performed on all vehicles.
Harness Description
BEFORE THIS STEP CAN BE COMPLETED, COMPLETELY INSTALL THE OUTLOOK AND ALL OF ITS COMPONENTS.
1. Vehicle must be set to Stock HP/TQ levels-meaning no HP/TQ modifications of any kind (downloader or plug-in
modules).
2. Engine must be put under full load for as long as possible on the hottest day possible. It is suggested to drive up
a hill or pull a trailer.
3. During a heavy load pull, record the highest reading.
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Troubleshooting
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4. Take that reading and add 150° to the high number and that will be your new de-fuel number that you do not
want to exceed.
OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
CONDITION
POSSIBLE SOURCES
ACTION
Introduction
Outlook Troubleshooting
Make sure that the fuse jack is securely fastened to the
fuse socket.
Outlook will not turn on
Installation/ Connection
Make suer that the OBD II Harness is properly plugged into
the OBD II port.
Check and ensure the proper truck is selected.
The 7.3 L Ford will only display this information.
Will only display Boost & Pyro
Improper Truck Selection
Check and ensure the proper truck is selected.
Improper Truck Selection
Make sure you have proper connections everywhere.
Also, make sure that there is no bent pins in any of the
connectors.
Will not adjust horsepower
Improper Truck Selection
Check and ensure the proper truck is selected.
Back light quit working
Loose connection
Contact Technical Support if the OutLook is otherwise
functioning normal.
OutLook will not display
proper temperature EGTs
Proper Use
Make sure that the Pyrometer Probe for the Pre-turbo
probe is connected to the Pyro 1 wires on the OutLook
Main Harness.
The outlook records horsepower and torque from the 1/4
mile times. The vehicle will have to go all the way through
the 1/4 mile as fast as possible to get accurate flywheel
horsepower numbers.
For more information on up-to-date troubleshooting guide for
the OutLook , go to
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
Horse power & Torque
reading low
Pyrometer Probe
Connections Incorrect
Check the orientation of the Pyrometer Probes, long to
short and short to long, on the Pyro 1 and Pyro 2 wires for
the OutLook Main Harness.
Operating Instructions
Will only display pyrometer
OutLook Installation
Make sure you have proper connections everywhere.
Also, make sure that there is no bent pins in any of the
connectors.
Harness Description
Make sure that the fuse that the OutLook fuse jack is
pluged into is good.
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OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
Introduction
Harness Description
OutLook Installation
Operating Instructions
Pyro
meter Probe
Pyrometer
ProbeCalibration
Calibration
Troubleshooting
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OUTLOOK INSTALLATION
warranty & disclaimer
Introduction
REMEMBER, THIS IS A PERFORMANCE PRODUCT, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
This product is not intended to be used to break the law.
Do not use this product until you have carefully read the following agreement. This agreement sets forth the terms and conditions
for the use of this product. The installation of this product indicates that the buyer has read and understands this agreement and
accepts the terms and conditions. Never exceed recommended vehicle or tire top speed ratings.
The Buyer acknowledges that he is not relying on the Sellers skill or judgment to select or furnish goods suitable for any particular
purpose and that there are no liabilities which extend beyond the description on the face hereof, and the Buyers hereby waivers
all remedies or liabilities expressed or implied, arising by law or otherwise, (including without any obligation of the Seller with
respect fitness, merchantability and consequential damages) or whether or not occasioned by the Seller’s negligence.
The Seller assumes no liability regarding the improper installation or misapplication of its products. It is the installer’s responsibility to check for proper installation and if in doubt contact the manufacturer.
LIMITATION OF WARRANTY
BULLY DOG TECHNOLOGIES, LLC. (Hereafter “Seller”) gives Limited Warranty as to description, quality, merchantability, and fitness
for any particular purpose, productiveness, or any other matter of Seller’s product sold herewith. The Seller shall be in no way responsible for the products proper use and service and the Buyer hereby waives all rights other than those expressly written herein.
This warranty shall not be extended, altered or varied except be a written instrument signed by Seller and Buyer.
Under no circumstances will the Seller be liable for any labor charged or travel time incurred in diagnosis for defects, removal, or
reinstallation of this product or any other contingent expenses.
Under no circumstances will the Seller be liable for any damage or expenses incurred by reason of the use or sale of any such equipment.
THE INSTALLATION OF THIS PRODUCT INDICATES THAT THE BUYER HAS READ AND UNDERSTANDS THIS AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTS
ITS TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
Troubleshooting
IN THE EVENT THAT THE BUYER DOES NOT AGREE WITH THIS AGREEMENT: THE BUYER MAY PROMPTLY RETURN THIS PRODUCT, IN
A NEW AND UNUSED CONDITION, WITH A DATED PROOF OF PURCHASE TO THE PLACE OF PURCHASE WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS FROM
DATE OF PURCHASE FOR A FULL REFUND.
Pyrometer Probe Calibration
The Warranty is Limited to one (1) year from the date of sale and limited solely to the parts contained within the products kit. All
products that are in question of Warranty must be returned prepaid to the Seller and must be accompanied by a dated proof of
purchase receipt. All Warranty claims are subject to approval by BULLY DOG TECHNOLOGIES, LLC.
Operating Instructions
The Buyer is solely responsible for all warranty issues from the manufacturer.
OutLook Installation
The Seller disclaims any warranty and expressly disclaims any liability for personal injury or damages. The Buyer acknowledges
and agrees that the disclaimer of any liability for personal injury is a material term for this agreement and the Buyer agrees to
indemnify the Seller and to hold the Seller harmless from any claim related to the item of the equipment purchased. Under no
circumstances will the Seller be liable for any damages or expenses by reason of use or sale of any such equipment.
Harness Description
DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
Bully Dog Technologies, LLC. Its distributors, jobbers, and dealers (hereafter Seller) shall be in no way responsible for the product’s
proper use and service. THE BUYER HERBY WAIVES ALL LIABILITY CLAIMS.
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