Manual - Banks Power Products

Manual - Banks Power Products
Owner’sManual
with Installation Instructions
2003-2010 Ford Power Stroke
2001-2010 Chevy Duramax
2003-2007 Dodge Cummins
THIS MANUAL IS FOR USE WITH KITS 61141-61156, 63777 & 63778
Gale Banks Engineering
546 Duggan Avenue • Azusa, ca 91702
(626) 969-9600 • Fax (626) 334-1743
Product Information & Sales: (888) 635-4565
bankspower.com
©2011 Gale Banks Engineering
05/23/11 PN 96833 v.2.0
Introduction
WELCOME TO THE WORLD
OF Banks iQ
Congratulations on your Banks iQ
purchase. You’re about to discover
that Banks iQ is designed to help
you get the most out of your entire
driving experience. Besides being fun
and easy-to-use, Banks iQ’s graphic,
intuitive design makes each screen
and feature a breeze to navigate. Use
this manual to get you started. As
Banks iQ develops, we will be updating
this manual both in print and online at
www.bankspower.com/banksiq.
If you already own or purchased a
Banks Power Tuner, Speed Loader, or
SpeedBrake along with your Banks iQ,
you now have the most sophisticated
and user-friendly way to interact with
these performance and safety devices.
Choose, select and change gauges in
the display, adjust power and brake
intensity levels on-the-fly, change onscreen safety alerts—all at the touch
of a virtual button.
Ready to see the results of your
tuning efforts? Banks iQ clocks
your 0-60 mph, 1/8-mile and 1/4-mile
performance runs. Performance runs
are automatically stored for later
retrieval with a time-and-date stamp.
With Banks iQ, you can also scan and
clear OBD II diagnostic codes. It gives
you virtually endless functionality and
fits in a mount on your windshield.
Tuning and improving your vehicle’s
performance is just the beginning.
With Banks iQ, you also have access to
a host of Productivity tools, including
Wordpad, a calculator and other
applications designed to work with
your Microsoft® Office documents.
View PDF files and PowerPoint
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presentations all on the go. There
are also a variety of Entertainment
functions, including music and video
players, an e-book reader, and more.
You can even download and play
compatible games.
Don’t forget, we’re always working
on expansions, upgrades, and new
applications that will make your
Banks iQ do even more. So be sure to
register at www.bankspower.com/
banksiq to receive important e-mail
alerts regarding updates and upgrades
for your Banks iQ device. Or call us
with questions at 1-800-GET POWER.
iQ Box Contents
Item Description
Qty
Banks iQ
1
Cable (Mini B to USB)
1
Banks iQ Mounting Clip
1
Windshield Mount
1
Instruction Manual
1
Quick-Start Sheet
1
Banks Bridge Module
1
AC Outlet Wall Charger
1
Please refer to your Banks Power Tuner
or SpeedBrake® Owner’s Manual for
contents supplied with each of those
products.
Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Disclaimer of Liability &
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Section 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Safety Precautions
Section 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Quick Start
Section 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Mounting and Connecting the Banks iQ
Section 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Software Introduction
Section 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Working with Power Environment,
Safety Environment, and Combo
Power/Safety Screen
Section 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Power Environment
Section 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Safety Environment
Section 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Combo Power & Safety Screen
Section 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Performance Environment
Section 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Diagnostics Environment
Section 11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Productivity Environment
Section 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Entertainment Environment
Section 13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Economy Environment
Section 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Compass Environment
Section 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
GPS Data Environment
Section 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Navigation Environment
Section 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Adjustments Menu
Section 18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Set-Up
Section 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Gauge Placement
Section 20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Gauge Style
Section 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Gauge Color
Section 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Gauge Descriptions
Section 23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
On Screen Alerts
Section 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Max Values
Section 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Version Info
Section 26 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Troubleshooting
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Disclaimer of Liability & Warranty
Do not use this product until you
have carefully read the following
agreement.
This 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 its terms
and conditions.
Disclaimer of Liability
Gale Banks Engineering Inc., and its
distributors, employees, and dealers
(hereafter “SELLER”) shall in no way be
responsible for the product’s proper use
and service. The BUYER hereby waives
all liability claims.
The BUYER acknowledges that he/
she is not relying on the SELLER’s skill
or judgment to select or furnish goods
suitable for any particular purpose
and that there are no liabilities which
extended beyond the description on
the face hereof and the BUYER hereby
waives all remedies or liabilities,
expressed or implied, arising by law
or otherwise, (including without
any obligations of the SELLER with
respect to fitness, merchantability, and
consequential damages) whether or not
occasioned by the SELLER’s negligence.
The BUYER is responsible to fully
understand the capability and limitations
of his/her vehicle according to
manufacturer specifications and agrees
to hold the SELLER harmless from any
damage resulting from the failure to
adhere to such specifications.
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
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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 the use or sale of any such
equipment.
The BUYER is responsible to obey all
applicable federal, state, and local laws,
statutes, and ordinances when operating
his/her vehicle, and the BUYER agrees to
hold SELLER harmless from any violation
thereof.
The SELLER assumes no liability
regarding the improper installation
or misapplication of its products. It is
the BUYER’s responsibility to check
for proper installation and if in doubt,
contact the manufacturer.
The BUYER is solely responsible for all
warranty issues from the automotive
manufacturer.
The use of this device signifies automatic
approval of these conditions.
Limitation of Warranty
Gale Banks Engineering Inc. (hereafter
“SELLER”), gives Limited Warranty as
to description, quality, merchantability,
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 product’s open use and service
and the BUYER hereby waives all rights
except those expressly written herein.
This Warranty shall not be extended
or varied except by written instrument
signed by SELLER and BUYER.
The Warranty is Limited to one (1) years
from the date of sale. All products that
are in question of Warranty must be
returned shipping prepaid to the SELLER
and must be accompanied by a dated
proof of purchase receipt. All Warranty
claims are subject to approval by Gale
Banks Engineering Inc.
WARNING: Below 32o F (0oC) or
above 140o F (60oC), the Banks iQ
may be susceptible to damage as a
result of extended direct exposure
to sunlight, heat, or extreme
cold. It is highly recommended
that the Banks iQ be removed
from its mounting location if the
vehicle will be subjected to these
conditions for an extended period
of time. Gale Banks Engineering
is not responsible for damage to
Banks iQ resulting from exposure
conditions.
SAFETY INFORMATION
DO NOT USE Banks iQ NEAR WATER
OR IN AN ELECTRICAL STORM
AS THIS COULD LEAD TO AN
ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
DO NOT USE Banks iQ NEAR A
NATURAL GAS LEAK.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF THE
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY IN A FIRE
AS IT COULD EXPLODE.
Banks iQ is an electrical device. Gale
Banks Engineering is not responsible for
damage to any component of the device,
including the LCD touch screen, caused
by sharp objects, dropping, exposure to
moisture, or other mishandling of the
device.
The symbol of the crossed out trash bin
indicates that this product (electrical,
electronic equipment, and mercurycontaining button cell battery) should
not be placed in municipal waste.
Check local regulations for disposal of
electronic products.
Under no circumstance shall 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 expense.
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
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.
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 thirty (30) days
from date-of-purchase for a full refund.
The installation of this product indicates
that the buyer has read and understands
this agreement and accepts its terms
and conditions.
Products and corporate names
appearing in this manual are for
identification purposes only. These
names may or may not be registered
trademarks or copyrights owned by
these corporations. Their use by Gale
Banks Engineering is for the express
purpose of identification or explanation
for the owner’s benefit and is in no way
meant to infringe.
Disclaimer
Banks Engineering reserves the right
to make improvements, changes or
updates to its software at any time
without notice. As such the illustrations,
images, and descriptions used in this
manual may not match exactly the
referenced screens as they appear in the
latest release of the application.
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Section 1
Safety precautions
Always observe safety
precautions!
Gale Banks Engineering urges you
to always follow safety precautions.
These pages include important
information intended to prevent
personal injury to yourself and/or
others, and property damage.
Always be sure you carefully read
and understand each precaution
before moving on to the rest of
the manual.
WARNING
AC Adapter Precautions.
Use only the AC adapter that comes
with Banks iQ.
Using another type of AC adapter or
car adapter creates the risk of battery
overheating, combustion, leaking, or
explosion.
Handling Precautions
• Never try to disassemble or modify
Banks iQ in any way.
• Never try to change the Banks iQ
battery.
• Do not wipe with a wet cloth.
Do not touch a leaking battery
with your bare hands. Battery
fluid can get into your eyes and cause
impaired vision or blindness. Never rub
your eyes, and immediately flush them
thoroughly with water. Next, consult
your physician. If battery fluid gets
into your skin or clothing, immediately
rinse the affected area with clear
water.
Banks iQ contains combustible and
metal parts, so water and foreign
substances can cause malfunction
and create the risk of overheating
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due to wiring insulation failure, short
circuiting, smoke, fire, combustion,
and electric shock.
OUTDOOR PRECAUTIONS
When outdoors, avoid using Banks
iQ anywhere it might get wet with
rainwater or other moisture, and/
or in dusty conditions. Banks iQ is
not water resistant or dust resistant.
Water and dust create the risk of
fire and smoke, combustion, electric
shock, resulting in damage and
malfunction.
Never touch Banks iQ or its
electronic accessories with wet
hands. This will create the risk of
electric shock, short circuiting or
insulation failure, fire, smoke and
combustion. Also, never allow
the AC adapter or Bridge plug to
become wet.
Always stand in a safe place while
using Banks iQ outdoors. Use of
Banks iQ while walking can result in
accident and/or personal injury.
Do not share a power source with
other devices. Using an extension
cord to plug in several electric devices
can cause the rated current level to be
exceeded, resulting in overheating of
cord or outlet, fire, and other damage.
Keep micro-SD cards out of the
reach of small children as they may
be swallowed. If you think this might
have happened, Call 911 or consult
your local emergency services (police,
fire, ambulance) immediately.
Do not touch Banks iQ or its plug
or USB cable if there is lightning in
your area.
Lightning strikes create the risk of
electric shock.
IN-VEHICLE PRECAUTIONS
Use this unit in 12V/24V DC
negative ground vehicles only.
WARNING: Below 32o F (0oC) or
above 140o F (60oC), the Banks iQ
may be susceptible to damage as
a result of extended direct
exposure to sunlight, heat, or
extreme cold. It is highly
recommended that the Banks iQ
be removed from its mounting
location if the vehicle will be
subjected to these conditions for
an extended period of time. Gale
Banks Engineering is not
responsible for damage to Banks
iQ resulting from exposure
conditions.
Always drive in accordance with
traffic rules and regulations. Failure
to do so may result in traffic accident
and injury to yourself and/or others.
Never take your eyes off the
road to adjust Banks iQ settings
or change screens while driving
vehicle. Doing so can result in a traffic
accident. Always stop your vehicle in a
safe place before operating the unit.
Only look briefly at Banks iQ screen
images while operating your
vehicle. Doing otherwise can take
your mind off the road and create the
risk of a traffic accident and injury to
yourself and/or others.
Do not set volume level too high.
Blocking out the sound of other
vehicles and traffic can create the risk
of a traffic accident.
Never use headphones while
operating a motor vehicle. This can
create the risk of a traffic accident and
may be considered illegal.
Never install Banks iQ in a location
where it will interfere with
operation of the motor vehicle,
block the driver’s view, or where it
may endanger passengers. Installing
the unit near the shift lever, brake
pedals or other vehicle controls, or
block front, side or rear vision, can
create the risk of a traffic accident and
cause injury to yourself and/or others.
Never install Banks iQ where it can
interfere with airbag operation.
Do not install in a location where
deployment of the airbag cause Banks
iQ or its parts to become projectiles.
Also, be sure to check installation
precautions for your exact vehicle
model and year.
Make sure to install the Banks iQ
mount so it does not come off or
fall down. Clean off any dirt and
wax from the installation location,
and install securely. Using or re-using
two-sided tape will cause inadequate
adhesion, causing the mount to
come off and can cause an accident.
Periodically check the adhesion and
installation condition of the cradle.
Precautions for Use in
Vehicle
Use only the items that come with
this unit and the Banks products it
was designed to interface with. Use
of non-specified items can damage
the vehicle interior or result in a
poor fit, creating the risk of accident,
malfunction, or fire.
Install Banks iQ where it is out of
the reach of small children. Failure
to do so can cause an injury to the
child or others due to mishandling of
Banks iQ.
Do not install Banks iQ in a location
where it will be splashed by water
or subjected to large amounts
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of humidity, dust, or oil smoke.
This can increase the risk of smoke,
combustion, electric shock, and
accident.
Precautions During Use
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
• The LCD scratches easily, so be sure
to use only your finger or the stylus to
perform touch operations.
Carrying the Unit
• Never pick up the unit while holding
the LCD.
• Never put excessive pressure on
Banks iQ by sitting with it in your
pocket, putting a heavy object on it,
etc.
• Turn off power and put Banks iQ into
a bag or other holder when carrying it.
• Do not use commercially available
LCD protection film. This can result in
poor touch panel operation.
NOTE: While you can store Banks iQ in
‘Sleep Mode’, switching the device off
will lengthen the battery’s charge.
• To protect the LCD, avoid exposure
to direct sunlight while not in use.
Using a car sunshade or other means
to block the sun is recommended.
When Not in Use. Store Banks iQ
in a place where it is not subject to
extremely high or low temperatures.
Room temperature is best.
• Excessively low temperatures may
cause failure of video images to
appear or respond slowly. It also can
cause strange video image movement
and deterioration.
Precautions during Use Inside a
Motor Vehicle. Always be sure to
use Banks iQ in accordance with local
rules and regulations.
• Do not clean Banks iQ while power is
turned on. When wiping the LCD, use a
dry soft, micro-fiber cleaning cloth.
• Do not use a paper towel to clean
the screen.
• When transporting Banks iQ, make
sure that the LCD screen does not
come in contact with any foreign
objects.
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Section 2
Quick Start
Banks iQ comes with a fully rechargeable
battery. After Mounting and Connecting,
see Section 3, simply plug the supplied
Banks iQ USB interface cable into the
device’s power connection. See Figure
2. When used in your vehicle, Banks iQ
will display an orange light and operate
on the vehicle’s power source. When out
of the vehicle, Banks iQ can be charged
with the supplied AC-outlet wall charger.
Banks iQ can also be charged by plugging
the supplied USB cable into a compatible
computer connector. Upon being fully
charged, Banks iQ will display a green
light.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Press and hold the Power button to turn
Banks iQ on. Within a few minutes, the
Banks iQ will adjust for time, date and
time zone using a GPS information. It
even adjusts automatically for daylight
savings time.
NOTE: When Banks iQ is powered off,
date and time information is lost until the
device has been restarted and locates a
GPS signal.
Use the on-screen buttons to access and
use all enabled Banks iQ’s functions.
Banks iQ
Left Side Edge
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For Banks Power Tuner and/or
SpeedBrake Users
The Banks iQ is a versatile touch-screen
interface between your Banks Power
Tuner and/or SpeedBrake and your
vehicle. With the touch of the screen,
you can change power levels or brake
settings on-the-fly. These are just two
of the numerous parameters Banks iQ
lets you adjust while connected to a
Banks Power Tuner and/or SpeedBrake.
It displays data from any five engine
gauges you select.
NOTE: Banks iQ will only display Banks
Power Tuner, SpeedBrake, or other
Banks software functions if you have
purchased them. Remember, you can
upgrade your Banks iQ as new software
is developed and learn more about
other Banks iQ applications anytime at
www.bankspower.com/banksiq. To
purchase, call us toll-free at 1-800-6354565.
Receive Update Notices
Banks iQ is constantly evolving. We invite
you to register at www.bankspower.
com/banksiq to receive important
emails regarding updates and upgrades
for your Banks iQ device.
For more detail instruction to update
your Banks iQ please go to banks
website at www.bankspower.com/
iqupdate
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Section 3
MOUNTING AND CONNECTING THE BANKS iQ
1. Locate the Window Mount Assembly
in your kit.
2. Assemble the Banks iQ docking
station to the Universal mount by
inserting and sliding the Universal
mount tab into the docking station
groove. Hand tighten the nut behind
the docking station to hold the docking
station in place.
3. Attach the window mount to your
Banks iQ. See Figure 3. Align and place
the two (2) lower tabs on the window
mount to the corresponding slots on the
bottom of the iQ first then snap the top
of the iQ into place.
NOTE: Due to the snug fit, use caution
when installing the Banks iQ into the
window mount.
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4. Find a suitable place on the
windshield for ease of access and
viewing of Banks iQ. Use location
shown in Figure 4 as a reference for
mounting Banks iQ in your vehicle.
Loosen the knob and move the swivel
suction plate to achieve desired viewing
angle of the Banks iQ screen. Do a test
fit and note the angle necessary to
achieve the correct viewing angle.
5. Make sure the suction cup and the
mounting area on the windshield are
clean and dry. With the suction lever
in the up position, ensure the suction
cup is flat against the windshield, and
then push the suction lever down to
secure in place.
Figure 3
Attaching Banks iQ to window mount
Figure 4 Suggested Mounting location for Banks iQ, Chevy LMM Shown
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Figure 5 Banks iQ System
Figure 6 Banks Bridge Module
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Connecting Banks iQ
6. Locate the RJ12 Cable (similar to
telephone connector) on your OBDII
interface cable or SpeedBrake wire
harness connected to the vehicle’s OBD
II connector. See Figure 5.
7. Locate Banks iQ Bridge Module and
connect the RJ12 connector into the
Bridge Module. See Figure 6.
8. Route the Banks iQ USB interface
cable on the Banks iQ Bridge Module to
reach the Banks iQ and connect it to the
left receptacle on the iQ.
NOTE: You may need to loosen or
remove dash panel or covers to install
the interface cable between dash crevice
or behind dash panels.
WARNING: THE CHARGING CABLE
CONNECTED TO THE BANKS iQ IS
DESIGNED TO SUPPLY A CONSTANT
LOW-VOLTAGE POWER SOURCE
(+5VDC) TO THE BANKS iQ AND IS
“LIVE” AS LONG AS THE SYSTEM’S
OBD II INTERFACE CABLE OR BANKS
WIRING HARNESS IS COMPLETELY
INSTALLED AND THE USB CABLE
CONNECTOR IS PLUGGED INTO
BANKS iQ. ALTHOUGH THIS
CHARGING CABLE CIRCUITRY IS
FUSE-PROTECTED, THE USER IS
EXPECTED TO TAKE APPROPRIATE
MEASURES TO PREVENT SMALL
CHILDREN AND/OR PETS FROM
CONTACT WITH ANY PART OF THIS
SYSTEM.
9. Secure Banks iQ Bridge Module
under the dash to any dash frame
support using the supplied cable ties.
Use the cable tie support loops on the
side of the Bridge Module to securely
fasten it under the dash.
10. Route all wiring away from any
pedals or other moving components.
Using the cable ties supplied, secure
the wiring under the dash.
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Section 4
SOFTWARE INTRODUCTION
Figure 7 Start up
NOTE: Banks iQ will only display Banks
Power Tuner, SpeedBrake, or other
Banks software functions if you have
purchased them. Remember, you can
upgrade your Banks iQ as new software
is developed and learn more about other
Banks iQ applications anytime. Register
at www.bankspower.com/banksiq to
receive important e-mail alerts regarding
updates and upgrades for your Banks
iQ device. Or call us with questions at
1-800-GET POWER.
device. After a selection has been made,
the Banks iQ will start in the selected
Environment Screen. To access other
applications, press the ‘Banks iQ Home’
icon at any time in the lower left hand
side to return to the Environment Select
Menu. See Figure 10.
Turn the Banks iQ on by pressing and
holding the ‘Power’ button on top
of Banks iQ. Start-up will take a few
seconds while the Banks iQ scans to see
if Banks Power Tuner and/or SpeedBrake
are enabled. After initial start-up, Banks
iQ will display the ‘Environment Select’
Menu. See Figure 8 & 9. To navigate
through the menu press the left or the
right arrows. The Banks iQ will display
the options available for your vehicle.
NOTE: For some vehicle models,
Banks Power Tuners will stay on for
approximately one minute after the
vehicle is shut off. The iQ will turn off
after the Power Tuner turns off.
If a Banks Power Tuner and a
SpeedBrake are installed, both can
be controlled in one Environment
Screen. If only a Banks Power Tuner
or a SpeedBrake is installed, select the
environment to control that specific
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Sleep Mode
When Banks iQ is connected to your
vehicle it will go into ‘Sleep Mode’
whenever the vehicle is turned off.
For some vehicle models, If in the
Navigation Environment, the iQ may
require to be put into sleep mode
manually.
There is no need to exit the Banks iQ
application or to turn the iQ off. Banks
iQ will automatically ‘Wake Up’ when
the vehicle ignition is turned on or the
‘Power’ button is pressed.
When Banks iQ is disconnected from
the vehicle or power supply, the iQ will
go into ‘Sleep Mode’ if no activity is
Figure 8
Figure 9
Figure 10
detected within an allotted time. The
time for the iQ to go into ‘Sleep Mode’
can be changed by pressing on the
‘Battery Management’ button in the
‘Adjustments’ menu. Refer to Section
18 to change settings.
The iQ may be turn off or put into sleep
mode manually at any time by pressing
and holding the ‘Power’ button. Then
select the ‘Sleep Mode’, ‘Off’, or ‘cancel’
button on the screen.
iQ Home
Icon
NOTE: When the iQ senses that the
vehicle is in motion some features will
be inaccessible. The feature icons will be
grayed out during that time.
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Section 5
WORKING WITH Power environment, Safety environment,
and COMBO Power/Safety screen
Press the ‘Power’ button in the
ENVIRONMENT SELECT screen to
access the Tuner and/or combo
Tuner/SpeedBrake.
Press the ‘Safety’ button on the
ENVIRONMENT SELECT screen to
access the SpeedBrake and or combo
Tuner/SpeedBrake.
Power Environment, Safety
Environment and Combo Power/Safety
Screens all display the following:
five user-selectable Gauges, Status
Indicator, and Brake or Power level.
See Figure 11.
Press the Wrench icon to see the
‘Adjustments’ menu.
Select any five gauges that you
want to show on your display. To
change a gauge, simply press on it
and you will be taken to the ‘Gauge
Placement’ screen featuring the gauge
you selected. Refer to Section 19
for instruction on how to change
each gauge. The gauges can also
be changed to display in English or
metric units. Refer to Section 18 for
instruction on how to change units.
The Status Indicator in the upper righthand corner of the screen displays the
communication status between the
Banks iQ and Banks Power Tuner and/
or SpeedBrake. In the event that an
on-screen alert or Banks Power Tuner/
SpeedBrake malfunction is triggered,
a status alert will appear in the upper
right-hand corner of the screen. See
Figure 48. Press on the status alert
for more information about the alert
condition.
Below the Status indicator are the Up
and Down arrows. Press on the arrows
to increase or decrease Power level,
Brake strength, or target speed with
the corresponding change displayed in
between the arrows. Refer to Section
6, 7, & 8 for instruction on use.
For ‘Braking’ or ‘Braking & Power’
environment, the active device or
mode will be highlighted in red in the
lower part of the screen. Refer to
Section 7 & 8 for instruction on use.
On the lower left hand corner of the
screen is the ‘Banks iQ Home’ icon,
which will direct you back to the
‘Environment Select’ menu, and the
Figure 11 Combo Tuner and Brake Screen Shown.
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‘Wrench’ icon that will direct you to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. For more
description of the ‘Adjustments’ menu,
please see Section 17.
For more information regarding the
Banks Power Tuner, please refer to
Section 6.
The Safety and combo Power & Safety
screens have additional buttons that
allow you to choose your Braking
Mode. For more information, please
refer to Section 7 & 8.
The combo Power & Safety screen
allows you to switch quickly between
Power and Safety environments. For
more information, please refer to
Section 8.
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Section 6
Power ENVIRONMENT
Your Banks Power Tuner features
selectable power levels are 1 thru 6.
Level 1 is the vehicle’s stock power.
Level 2 is the EconoMind® setting,
specifically designed to improve fuel
economy. Level 3 thru 6 produce
incremental power increases along
with EconoMind features. The SpeedLoader level offers the maximum power
available and will appear as ‘SL’ when
enabled. The selection of a power level
can be done on-the-fly while driving.
To increase power level, press the ‘Up’
arrow. To decrease the power level,
press the ‘Down’ arrow on the right side
of the screen. See Figure 12. Power
level is displayed in-between the arrows.
On the lower left hand corner of the
screen are the ‘Banks iQ Home’ icon,
which will direct you back to the
‘Environment Select’ menu, and the
‘Wrench’ icon that will direct you to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. For more
description of the ‘Adjustments’ menu,
please see Section 17.
To prevent damage to the factory
transmission, Banks recommends
that automatic transmission vehicles
do not exceed level 4 with the Banks
iQ while the vehicle is experiencing
load (towing, climbing a steep grade,
carrying a load, etc.).
Figure 12 Power Screen
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Enabling the Speed-Loader
level
This is a High Performance
Product. Use at your own risk.
Please read the Disclaimer of
liability on page 4.
Enabling the Speed-Loader
requires either a manufacturerinstalled thermocouple or the EGT
Thermocouple that was included
in your kit be installed. If the
Speed-Loader is enabled and the
thermocouple has not been installed,
the tuner will detect the missing
thermocouple, resulting in a tuner
fault.
Note: Refer to your Six-Gun Tuner
Manual for thermocouple installation
instructions if vehicle is not equipped
with a manufacturer-installed
thermocouple. After the thermocouple
installation is complete then return to
Section 6 to enable ‘Speed-Loader’
power level.
Note: The Banks iQ is required to be
connected and the ignition key on to
configure Speed-Loader power level.
To Enable or Disable SpeedLoader
1. Press the wrench icon to move to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu.
2. In the ‘Adjustments’ menu, press
on the ‘Speed-Loader’ button. A
Warning display screen will appear.
Read the warning and press ‘I
Decline’ to cancel and return to the
‘Adjustments’ menu or press ‘I Accept’
to continue to enable the SpeedLoader level.
Warning! Speed-Loader is more
aggressive than power level 6! By
enabling this level you accept all
risks and agree to the warnings
and limitations of liability stated
in the Six-Gun owners manual.
The tuner will record access to
the Speed-Loader level.
3. In the next screen press the
‘Speed-Loader is Enabled’ button
to enable the Speed-Loader or the
‘Speed-Loader is Disabled’ to disable.
See Figure 13.
4. On the lower left hand corner
of the screen is the ‘Banks iQ’ icon,
which will direct you back to the
Power Environment Screen.
5. To increase to the Speed-Loader
level, press the ‘Up’ arrow. See
Figure 14. Power level is displayed
in-between the arrows. The SpeedLoader level is activated.
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Figure 13 Speed-Loader Enable/Disable Screen
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Figure 14 Power Screen Speed-Loader Level
Section 7
Safety ENVIRONMENT
The SpeedBrake has three operating
modes; Manual, Auto and OFF. In
the Manual mode, the SpeedBrake
will activate and will downshift
the transmission and adjust the
turbocharger vanes, resulting in a
braking effect that slows your vehicle
to 15 mph. In Auto mode, the
SpeedBrake varies the position of the
turbocharger vanes and selects an
appropriate gear in order to maintain a
pre-selected target speed. Choosing the
OFF mode allows the vehicle to behave
as if the SpeedBrake is not present.
To change between modes, press the
‘Mode’ button on the lower portion of
the screen. See Figure 15.
Manual Mode
While in the MANUAL mode, there are
three strength selections available: HIGH,
MED (medium) and LOW. Press the ‘Up’
arrow to increase the brake strength
or the ‘Down’ arrow to decrease
the strength on the right side of the
screen. Brake strength will be displayed
in-between the Up and Down arrows.
HIGH strength achieves the highest
level of braking force by aggressively
downshifting the transmission and
closing the turbocharger vanes.
This setting is recommended for
heavily loaded vehicles or whenever
aggressive braking is desired.
Figure 15 Manual Mode
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MEDIUM (MED) strength achieves
a moderate level of braking force
by slightly delaying transmission
downshifts. This setting is
recommended for moderately loaded
vehicles.
LOW strength setting achieves a
lower level of braking force and is
recommended for lightly loaded or
unloaded vehicles. The LOW setting
may also be used for daily driving.
CAUTION: Using the HIGH setting
with a lightly loaded vehicle
will result in VERY aggressive
braking. Become familiar with the
characteristics of the Strength
Settings before encountering
slippery road conditions,
including rain, snow and icy.
Manual Mode Foot Brake
Activation
If Foot Brake Activation is disabled, the
SpeedBrake will activate after releasing
the acceleration pedal and vehicle
speed is above 15 mph, regardless of
whether or not the foot brake is used.
If the Foot Brake Activation is enabled
the SpeedBrake will only activate when
the foot brake is applied.
To Enable or Disable Foot Brake
Activation press on the ‘Foot Brake
Activation’ Icon on the top of the
Figure 17
screen. See Figure 16. The Foot Brake
Activation is enabled when the icon is
highlighted and disabled when crossed
out.
Figure 16
Foot Brake
Activation Icon
Auto Mode
While in the Auto mode, press the Up
arrow to increase the target speed or
press the Down arrow to decrease the
target speed in increments of 1 MPH
or 5 MPH.
Press on the ‘Target Speed Increment
Switch’ button to select the increment
value (1 MPH or 5 MPH). See Figure 17.
AUTO mode uses various functions of
Banks SpeedBrake to keep the vehicle
at the driver’s pre-set target speed.
When AUTO mode is active and the
vehicle is above the targeted speed,
Banks SpeedBrake will cause braking
activity to take place and slow the
vehicle to the targeted speed and then
adjust to maintain it. Banks SpeedBrake
activity will include varying the position
of the turbocharger vanes, selecting
the appropriate transmission gear and
AUTO Mode
Target
Speed
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selectively locking the torque converter
clutch. Banks SpeedBrake will become
inactive as soon as the vehicle drops
below the targeted speed.
NOTE: If the target speed cannot be
met after Banks SpeedBrake has taken
all possible actions to do so, a yellow
‘Foot Brake’ icon to the driver will
display on the Status Indicator in the
upper right-hand corner of the screen
to warn the driver that he/she should
use the foot brake to slow the vehicle.
This feature may be disabled by going
to the ‘On Screen Alerts’ screen in the
‘Adjustments’ menu.
Auto Mode Foot Brake
Activation
If Foot Brake Activation is disabled,
the SpeedBrake will adjust to prevent
vehicle speeds over the target speed,
regardless of foot brake use. If Foot
Brake Activation is enabled, applying
the foot brake overrides the Auto
mode and activates the ‘MANUAL’
mode. This may be particularly useful
when a stop is needed while in
SpeedBrake mode.
CAUTION: Your Banks SpeedBrake
is NOT a substitute for the
hydraulic brakes on your truck.
The device will not correct or
compensate for improperly
maintained hydraulic brakes. Also,
please be aware that your Banks
SpeedBrake is not designed to
be used as a parking brake or to
bring your vehicle to a complete
stop. Your Banks SpeedBrake is
a supplementary braking system
designed to help you slow down
or to assist you in maintaining
a more constant speed when
descending a grade. Remember
that this SpeedBrake is first and
foremost a preemptive device and
is most efficient when used to
help prevent, rather than correct,
a vehicle over speed situation.
The use of a Banks SpeedBrake does
not increase the load capacity of
your vehicle. Gross combined Weight
Rating specifications should always be
adhered to. The Banks SpeedBrake will
allow you to slow your vehicle more
effectively within your vehicle’s weight
specifications.
In the lower left hand corner of the
screen is the ‘Banks iQ Home’ icon,
which will direct you back to the
‘Environment Select’ menu, and the
‘Wrench’ icon that will direct you to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. For more
description of the ‘Adjustments’ menu,
please see Section 17.
Operation/Driving
Now that you are familiar with the
features that are available with Banks
SpeedBrake, it is recommended that
you experiment with the various
settings prior to using the braking
features in a towing or extreme driving
situation. Under light load conditions
on local streets, the MANUAL mode
in the MEDIUM (MED) setting is an
appropriate starting point to provide
a reasonable demonstration that the
brake is functioning.
NOTE: Whenever the brake is active
and the footbrake is applied, the
vehicle will not upshift until the
throttle is pressed. This is also true
even if cruise control is resumed.
Wheel Slip Detection
The Banks Speedbrake continuously
monitors wheel speeds to detect
possible slippage caused by braking.
If this occurs, the brake will shut off
until traction is regained and then
remain off for 30 seconds. This will be
communicated as a fault via the Banks
iQ Status Indicator.
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Section 8
COMBO Power & Safety screen
Press the ‘Power’ button on the
bottom part of the screen to change
power levels with your Banks Power
Tuner. Press the ‘Brake’ button to
change brake modes, select brake
intensity, and target speed with
your SpeedBrake. This option is only
available if both a Banks Power Tuner
and SpeedBrake are purchased and
installed in your vehicle.
The active devices and settings will be
highlighted in red at the bottom of the
screen. See Figure 18.
Figure 18 Combo Power & Safety Screen
Figure 19 Performance Test
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On the lower left hand corner of the
screen is the ‘Banks iQ Home’ icon,
which will direct you back to the
‘Environment Select’ menu, and the
‘Wrench’ icon that will direct you to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. For more
description of the ‘Adjustments’ menu,
please see Section 17.
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Section 9
PERFORMANCE Environment
Banks iQ performance testing allows
the user to run a 1/8 mile, 1/4 mile, or a
0-60 MPH test run.
Setting up for Performance
Testing
1. Press the ‘Performance’ button in
NOTE: To ensure accuracy, the vehicle
must be completely stopped when
pressing the ‘Start Test’ button. After
pressing the ‘Start Test’ button, the
Banks iQ will immediately arm itself
and wait for vehicle motion to begin
recording.
the ‘Environment Select’ menu. The
Performance Screen will appear. See
Figure 19.
6. The “Christmas Tree” Yellow Light
2. Banks iQ lets you change any of the
flashes on and accelerator pedal is
pushed.
gauges on view in the Performance
display. Changing the displayed gauges
does not affect the measurements
actually being recorded during the
test. If you would like to change these
gauges, simply press the gauge you
want to change and you will be taken
to the Gauge Placement menu. See
Section 19.
3. Select the performance test you want
to run: ‘0-60 MPH’, ‘1/8 Mile’, ‘1/4 Mile’.
See Figure 20.
4. Adjust the Power Level on the left
if desired.
5. Press the ‘Start Test’ button.
will flash.
7. Test begins when Green Light
NOTE: You can begin the test any time
after the ‘Start Test’ button is pressed
by pushing on accelerator pedal or
making the wheels roll.
Recommended Performance Test
Procedure:
A. Foot firmly on brake, vehicle at
rest, select drive gear.
B. Select the desired ‘Performance
Test’.
C. Press ‘Start Test’. Wait for green
light.
D. Test begins once vehicle motion
is detected.
Figure 20 Start Test
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Figure 21 Performance Test Results
8. When the performance test is
finished, Banks iQ immediately displays
a results screen showing elapsed
time/speed/distance measurements
along with default gauge readings
for the run. See Figure 21. Each
completed Performance Test is saved
for future analysis. Exit the result
screen and return to the Performance
Environment by pressing the ‘X’ in the
upper right-hand corner.
Viewing Saved Performance Tests
9. To view a previously completed
Performance Test touch the button
labeled ‘Recall Saved’.
10. Use the Up and Down arrow
buttons to highlight the Performance
Test you want to review.
NOTE: All tests are date and time
stamped to conveniently help search
for the desired Test run.
11. Touch the button labeled ‘Review
Test’ to view in detail the results of the
saved Performance Test.
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Use the ‘Left’ and ‘Right’ arrow buttons
to move the cursor one frame at a time
in the displayed graph area. Moving
between the frames will automatically
update the displayed parameter values.
NOTE: Use of this feature will be
suspended while the vehicle is in motion.
Only when the Banks iQ senses that the
vehicle’s speed is zero can you review
your saved tests.
Deleting Saved Performance Tests
12. To delete a previously saved
Performance Test, highlight the saved
test you wish to delete and Press the
‘Delete’ Button
13. A pop up window labeled ‘Confirm
Delete’ will ask you to confirm the
deletion of the test.
14. Press the button labeled ‘Yes’ to
confirm or ‘No’ to decline.
15. Press the Banks Home iQ icon to
return to the ‘Environment Select’ menu.
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Section 10
DIAGNOSTICS Environment
Receive Diagnostics Update
Notices
Banks iQ is constantly evolving and new
diagnostics updates may be available.
We invite you to register at www.
bankspower.com/banksiq to receive
important emails regarding updates and
upgrades for your Banks iQ device.
Vehicle Diagnostics
Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTC) are error
codes that are generated when there is a
problem with your vehicle. If your vehicle
dashboard displays a check engine
light, DTC(s) will be available to assist in
diagnosing the problem. You can use the
Banks iQ to run a vehicle system check
and display these DTC(s). A code will
be given along with a brief description
of the problem, a full description of the
code will display below the code list
when the code is highlighted. You may
call your vehicle dealer or reference your
vehicle service manual for description
and possible corrective action to fix the
problem. Once the problem has been
repaired you can clear the code to turn
the check engine light off.
NOTE: Keep a written record of the DTC
code(s) that display on your Banks iQ for
future reference before clearing them.
Figure 22 Diagnostics Menu
Check for OBD II DTC(s)
If any vehicle DTC(s) are present,
troubleshoot/repair the cause. Once the
cause is properly remedied, touch ‘Clear
Codes’ and then ‘Check for Codes’ again
to verify the problem is fixed (the OBD
II code should not re-appear). You may
need to complete a driving cycle for the
code to not re-appear.
1. In the Environment Select menu
press on the ‘Diagnostics’ button.
2. In the Diagnostics menu press on
the ‘Vehicle Diagnostics’ button. See
Figure 22.
3. With the ignition in the on/run
position or with the engine running,
press on the ‘Check for Codes’ button.
See Figure 23.
NOTE: On certain vehicles, the ignition
key must be in the On/Run position,
but the engine must NOT be running.
If the engine is running, Banks iQ will
display a pop-up message instructing
you to confirm that the ignition key is
in the ON position.
NOTE: The Banks iQ will check for
vehicle diagnostic codes and display
either the code with a brief description
or the message “No codes found”. For
a full description of the code, highlight
the code and the description will
appear below the code list box.
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4. To return to the Diagnostics
Environment screen, press the ‘Banks
iQ’ icon. Press the ‘Banks iQ Home’
icon again to return to the Environment
Select menu.
Clearing OBD II DTC(s)
5. After checking for and reviewing
any diagnostic code, touch ‘Clear
Codes’ to erase them from the
vehicle’s ECU. If multiple codes are
present, they will all be cleared.
6. If diagnostic codes reoccur on your
vehicle, you should investigate the
underlying problem to correct it by
calling your vehicle dealer or referring to
your vehicle owner’s manual.
Power Tuner and SpeedBrake
Diagnostics
The status indicator in the upper
right-hand corner will signal an error
if a problem has occurred with the
Banks Power Tuner or SpeedBrake. A
‘Self Diagnostics’ can be done of the
individual device to find the underlying
problem.
To run a diagnostics check, press
the ‘Banks iQ’ icon to go to the
Environment Select menu. Press on
the Diagnostics button.
Figure 23 Vehicle Diagnostics Screen
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SHORT CUT: Press the display alert
icon while the ‘Banks’ diagnostics
icon is displayed to be taken directly
to the Diagnostics Menu.
1. In the Diagnostics Menu, select the
device you wish to run a diagnostic
check.
2. The ‘Self Diagnostics’ screen
displays a log of diagnostic events
related to the Power tuner or
SpeedBrake. See Figure 24.
The ‘Logged Events’ list takes a moment
to update each time this screen is
opened. Once the list is updated, the
most current event will appear at the
bottom of the list. Each event has an
associated timestamp and description,
which will be displayed below the list
when that event is highlighted. Each key
cycle of the vehicle produces a minimum
of two logged events.
Note: Refer to your Power Tuner or
SpeedBrake manual for a list of possible
diagnostic codes and corrective action.
3. Use the arrow buttons to scroll
through the recorded events.
4. Touch the ‘Banks iQ’ icon to return
to the Diagnostics menu.
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Figure 24 Vehicle Diagnostics Screen
Section 11
PRODUCTIVITY Environment
DESKTOP
Start and work with any pre- installed
application on your Banks iQ. Press an
application to begin using it. See Figure
25.
Expand your Banks iQ system memory
by installing a micro-SD card in the card
slot (sold separately).
Open and read your Microsoft® Office
documents. Work with the on-screen
keyboard and calculator, watch videos,
view pictures, listen to your favorite
music, and much more.
NOTE: The Windows CE operating
system comes standard in your Banks
iQ and enables you to perform the
productivity functions listed here. In
addition, it enables Banks iQ to “talk” to
and share information with other Banks
products.
PRODUCTIVITY TOOLS
Banks iQ is like having a micro-computer
with you whenever you drive. With its
rechargeable on-board battery, you can
take Banks iQ everywhere you go, inside
or outside your vehicle.
From the ENVIRONMENT SELECT menu,
press on the ‘Productivity’ button.
Scroll to and/or press any button on the
Productivity Screen to start and use the
applications listed below.
Figure 25
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Desktop
Access and work with applications using
the Windows CE desktop screen.
Changing Desktop Background
Banks iQ comes with four preprogrammed desktop background
themes. To access and change the
background displayed on your Desktop,
follow these steps.
1. Touch screen with stylus (supplied)
and hold until menu appears.
2. Select ‘Properties’, then select
‘Display Properties’.
3. Click ‘Browse’.
4. Click the ‘Up One Folder’ icon. See
Figure 26.
1. Connect your micro SD card to Banks
iQ. See Figure 2 for location of ports.
2. Click on ‘My Device’.
3. Click on ‘SDMMC’ and locate the
graphic file you want to use.
4. Touch and hold the file until menu
appears. Select ‘Copy’.
5. Locate the ‘Return’ arrow at the top
center of your screen and click it to
return to ‘My Device’.
6. Click ‘Resident flash.’
7. Touch and hold anywhere on the
screen until the ‘Options’ menu appears.
Select ‘Paste’.
8. Your graphic is now loaded into
Figure 26
Up One Folder
Icon
5. Click ‘Resident flash’.
6. Click ‘Banks iQ common’
7. Click ‘Wallpaper’.
8. Press the arrow in the ‘Type’ field in
lower right screen. Select JPEG.
9. Select an image and it will appear in
a preview window.
10. Repeat steps 3 through 9 to
preview other desktop background
options.
11.When you have found the
background you want to use, select ‘OK’
or ‘X’ to exit the window and enact your
change.
Loading and using your own
Desktop Background
Customize your Banks iQ Desktop with
a BMP—Bitmap, Bitmap (4 color), GIF—
Graphics Exchange Format or JPG—JPEG
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image file stored on your micro SD card
(sold separately). Just follow these steps.
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Banks iQ internal storage. Follow steps
1 through 5 under “Changing Desktop
Background” to retrieve your image file.
Continue with steps 8 through 11 to use
it as your background display.
WORDPAD
• Use the stylus and virtual keyboard to type and save notes.
• Open up Word documents, make and save changes.
CALCULATOR
Use the number pad to enter and
perform mathematical calculations.
EXCEL VIEWER
View stored documents created in Excel.
PDF VIEWER
View documents stored as PDF files.
IMAGE VIEWER
• View and sort images stored on the device or micro SD card (sold separately).
• View images individually or as a slide show.
• Rotate, cut, crop, adjust the hue, change the brightness and resize
your photos.
• Save your changes.
POWERPOINT VIEWER
View stored PowerPoint documents and presentations. Exit the Desktop by
pressing the ‘X’ in the upper-right corner.
the ‘Banks iQ‘ icon to go back to the
‘Productivity’ menu.
To exit all other Productivity applications,
use the method provided by that
application. Press on the ‘Banks iQ
Home’ icon to return to Banks iQ
functions. See Figure 28.
Figure 28
WORD VIEWER
View stored documents created in
Microsoft word.
System Info
To view your System Information,
press the ‘System Info’ button in the
‘Productivity’ menu. See Figure 27.
Use this info to check the current Banks
iQ version, System version, and how
much memory storage is in the iQ. Press
Banks iQ Icon
NOTE: Productivity Environment
functions will be grayed out and
inaccessible while the vehicle is in
motion.
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Figure 27
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Section 12
ENTERTAINMENT Environment
ENTERTAINMENT TOOLS
Banks iQ is an all-in-one multi-media
entertainment center that you’ll enjoy
using when you are on-the-go, even
if you’ve left your vehicle behind in a
parking lot.
From the ENVIRONMENT SELECT menu,
press on the ‘Entertainment’ button.
Scroll to and/or press any button on the
Productivity Screen to start and use the
applications listed below.
PHOTO ALBUM
• Supports JPEG, BMP, PND format
• Implement operations, such as slide show, view, rotate, delete.
• Clockwise rotate and counter-
clockwise rotate photos.
• Delete photos (deleted photos can’t revert).
MUSIC PLAYER
Playback and listen to stored music
files through the Banks iQ speaker or
through headphones connected to the
headphone jack. You can also listen to
music through your car or personal/
home stereo by connecting a stereo
audio cable (sold separately) to the
headphone jack.
MOVIE PLAYER
• Supports MPEG-1, MP4, AVI, WMV, ASF, 3GP, and DivX format files
• Basic playback controls such as play, pause, stop, next and previous
• Switch two functions between full screen and standard screen freely
•Play list support
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Playback and enjoy video files stored
in a variety of formats. Playback and
listen to stored movie files through the
Banks iQ speaker or through headphones
connected to the headphone jack. You
can also listen to the video soundtrack
by itself through your car or personal/
home stereo by connecting a stereo
audio cable (sold separately) to the
headphone jack.
EBOOK READER
• Use the scroll tool to view and read stored ebooks.
• View text, books or documents saved in TXT format.
• Supports ANSI, Unicode and UTF-8 coding formats.
GAMES
• Choose from three pre-installed games FreeCell, Connect or Solitaire.
• Launch compatible WindowsCE game formats (from desktop).
To exit an Entertainment application, use
the method provided by that application.
Press on the ‘Banks iQ Home’ icon to
return to Banks iQ functions. See Figure
28.
NOTE: Entertainment Environment
functions will be grayed out and
inaccessible while the vehicle is in
motion.
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Section 13
economy Environment
The Economy Environment will provide
you with the most up-to-date status
on your vehicles fuel economy.
From the ENVIRONMENT SELECT
menu, press on the ‘Economy’ button.
When first initiating the Economy
Environment a message will be
displayed to set your ‘Fuel Cost’.
“In order to accurately calculate
certain parameters, you must enter
the current cost of fuel & tank size.”
Press ‘Yes’ to set the fuel cost and the
tank capacity of your vehicle or press
‘No’ to continue.
NOTE: Some gauges will be unavailable
if fuel cost is not set.
Setting Fuel Cost & Tank Capacity
If you press ‘Yes’ the iQ will take you
to the ‘Options’ menu. Press on the
‘Fuel Cost’ tab to set the fuel cost. In
the ‘Fuel Cost’ screen you will be able
to enter the dollar amount that was
paid per gallon/liter. See Figure 29.
You may choose to enter the fraction
of a cent cost per gallon/liter or press
the ‘9/10‘ in the upper right hand
corner. Once the dollar amount has
been entered, press ‘Done’ to return
to the ‘Options’ menu.
In order to maintain the accuracy of
fuel economy data, it is important to
enter the fuel cost every time you
refill the tank. Press on the ‘wrench’
icon to open the ‘Options’ menu and
then press the ‘Fuel Cost’ tab or press
the ‘$’ icon in the lower part of the
Economy Environment screen to enter
the Fuel Cost.
Set the ‘Tank Capacity’ for your
vehicle. Press the ‘Tank Capacity’ tab
in the ‘Options’ menu. In the Tank
Capacity screen enter the Vehicles fuel
tank capacity. See Figure 30. Refer
to your vehicles Owner’s Manual to
enter the correct Tank Capacity to the
nearest whole gallon or liter. Once the
Tank Capacity has been entered, press
‘Done’ to return to the ‘Options’ menu.
Press the iQ icon to return to the
Economy Environment.
Note: For model vehicles with more
then one tank only, enter the front
main tank capacity only. Do not add
the reserve tank capacity.
Figure 29
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Figure 30
Figure 31
Figure 32
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Gauges
Reset Trip Information
There are five (5) gauges displayed
in the Economy Environment. See
Figure 31. The three (3) to the left
of the screen can be changed to
display the data from a list of available
parameters. The two (2) on the right,
Instant MPG and Average MPG, can be
changed only to increase or decrease
the scale display. Refer to ‘Gauge
Placement’ in selection 15 to change
the Gauges displayed.
The Trip information data can be reset
by pressing and holding the letter
of the trip you wish to clear for 5
seconds on the lower right corner of
the Economy Environment screen. You
may also reset the trip information by
going to the trip data screen for each
screen and press the ‘Reset’ button on
the lower right corner. See Figure 32.
Trip
The Trip feature will keep track of your
vehicles Average Speed, Trip Distance,
Trip Time, Engine On Time, Cost per
Trip, Fuel Used, MPH, Instant MPG, &
Average MPG. You can switch between
two (2) Trip recordings, ‘Trip A’ and
‘Trip B’, by pressing the letter on the
lower right corner of the Economy
Environment screen. See Figure 31.
You can view all this information by
pressing on the wrench icon in the
lower left corner of your screen. In
the ‘Options’ menu press on the Trip
information you wish to view. Once
you have viewed the information, press
the return icon to return to the Options
menu or press the iQ icon to return to
the Economy Environment.
Trip A has the option to reset
automatically. All the data captured
will be reset to zero after the engine
has been off for more than two (2)
hours. To enable this option press on
the wrench icon in the lower left hand
side of the screen of the Economy
Environment screen. In the ‘Options’
menu press on the ‘Trip A’ tab. In the
lower part of the Trip A screen press
‘Auto’ to have the iQ automatically
reset the trip information or press
‘Manual’ to manually reset the
information. See Figure 32. Press the
‘Return’ icon to return to the ‘Options’
menu or press the ‘iQ’ icon to return to
the Economy Environment.
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Figure 33
Figure 34
Figure 35
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Section 14
Compass Environment
Compass
Press on the ‘Compass’ button in
the ‘Environment Select’ menu. The
Compass screen will display four (4)
changeable gauges and a compass. See
Figure 33. Refer to Selection 19 to
change the gauges displayed from a list
of available parameters.
The Compass can be adjusted to have
the vehicle pointer in the center spin
around the compass settings or have
the compass spin around the vehicle
pointer to show the current heading. To
adjust the compass method of direction
pointing, press on the ‘Wrench’ icon to
go to the ‘Options’ menu. Press on the
‘Direction’ tab in the ‘Options’ menu. In
the Direction menu press ‘North up’ to
have the vehicle pointer rotate around
the compass or press ‘Direction up’
to have the compass rotate around
the vehicle pointer. After setting the
compass, press the iQ icon to return to
the ‘Environment Select’ menu screen.
-end, section 14-
Section 15
GPS Data Environment
GPS Data
The GPS Data Environment provides the
current status of the GPS in the Banks
iQ. In the Environment selection menu
press on the ‘GPS Data’ button. The Data
displays the accuracy of the system
depending on signal, the GPS Time, the
Speed the GPS is traveling, Latitude,
Longitude, and the GPS Elevation. See
Figure 34. After reviewing the data,
press the ‘iQ’ icon to return to the
Navigation Environment selection menu.
-end, section 15-
Section 16
Navigation Environment
Warning! Banks GPS Navigation
is an optional feature available
to purchase from Gale Banks
Engineering. This option is not
standard on Banks iQ and will
be disabled in the Environment
Select menu. The software is sold
on a micro SD card and must be
inserted into the micro SD card
port on the Banks iQ to run the
Navigation program. Once the iQ
detects the Navigation program
the option will be made available
for use.
Please contact Banks Sales Department
at (888) 635-4565 to purchase a copy of
Banks GPS Navigation.
Banks GPS Navigation is a voice
guidance program that uses statistical
and probability analysis to help you
select and set destinations quickly
and easily. As you travel, the program
displays your location on the map. Voice
guidance tells you when and where to
turn. See Figure 35. The main screen
displays turn directions, compass
heading, distance to next maneuver, and
street names. If you leave your route, the
program calculates a new route to your
destination automatically.
Please refer to the Banks Navigation
manual for step-by-step instruction of
the navigation program.
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Section 17
AdjustmentS MENU
Press the ‘Wrench’ icon next to the
‘Banks iQ Home’ icon in the lower left
corner of the ‘Environment’ screen to
move to the ‘Adjustments’ menu.
Press the Left or the Right arrow to
navigate through the ‘Adjustments’
menu. Further discussion of each
adjustment option will be covered in
the following sections. See Figure 36.
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Figure 36 ‘Adjustments’ Menu for Power Tuner shown
Section 18
set-up
To change the Banks iQ’s settings and
alerts, press the ‘Wrench’ icon to open
the ‘Adjustments’ Menu. See Figure 36.
These settings include Screen Backlight,
Touch Screen Calibration, GPS Speed
Calibration, Units (units of measurement),
Battery Management, (battery life
indicator and sleep settings), Version
Info (details about the Banks iQ, Tuner,
and SpeedBrake system) and Tuner/
SpeedBrake Update (upgrade, update
device firmware).
You can manually override your ‘Screen
Backlight’ at any time by pressing on the
Day/Night Switch icon on the upper left
corner of your Banks iQ screen in the
Power, Safety Environments, or Combo
screen. See Figure 37.
Screen Backlight
1. Press the ‘Wrench’ icon in the Power,
The Banks iQ can automatically dim
the system monitor LCD brightness for
nighttime operation. You can set the
‘Screen Backlight’ value that will be used,
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along with the daytime operating hours.
When operating outside these hours the
screen will dim to the value you specify.
NOTE: Values are saved as they are
changed.
Safety Environments, or Combo screen.
2. Press the ‘Screen Backlight’ button in
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. See Figure 36.
2. Follow the on-screen instructions and
Figure 37
Day/Night
Switch Icon
3. See Figure 38. In the ‘LCD
Properties’ screen, press ‘Enable’ to
activate or press ‘Disable’ to deactivate
the Auto Dimming feature. The active
selection will be highlighted red.
4. Touch the ‘Left’ or ‘Right’ arrow
buttons to adjust LCD brightness to the
desired level for daytime and nighttime
operation. Your brightness selection will
preview automatically as changes are
made.
5. Set the transition time for auto
dimming by pressing the ‘Hour’ and the
‘Min’ (minute) buttons below the day and
night time.
6. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon on the
lower left hand corner to return to the
Environment screen. Press the ‘Return‘
icon to go back to the ‘Adjustments’
menu.
Touch Screen Calibration
1. Press the ‘Touch Screen Calibration’
press the targets as they appear on the
display screen.
3. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon on the
lower left hand corner to return to the
‘Adjustments’ menu.
GPS Speed Correction
The Banks iQ speedometer uses GPS
Speed Correction to deliver improved
accuracy over your vehicle’s stock unit. It
even corrects for non-stock wheels and
tires. Calibration is simple and there is no
need to use a pace vehicle or manually
input tire size.
1. Find an open, uncrowded stretch of
road.
2. Press the ‘GPS Speed Correction’
button.
3. Maintain a steady speed. Any speed is
acceptable. Cruise control maybe used.
4. While maintaining a steady speed,
press ‘Calibrate’. During the calibration
process. The GPS speed and the vehicle
speed will be displayed. When the onscreen progress bar disappears from
view, Speed Calibration is complete. See
Figure 39.
button in the ‘Adjustments’ menu.
Figure 38
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Figure 39
5. The calibrated speed can be adjusted
manual. Press the plus (+) or minus (-)
symbol to increase or decrease the
speed calibration.
6. Use the ‘On’ and ‘Off’ buttons to
display the corrected speed in the gauge
environments on your Banks iQ.
7. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon on the
lower left hand corner to return to the
Environment screen. Press the ‘Return‘
icon to go back to the ‘Adjustments’
menu.
English/ Metric
1. To change the unit of the displayed
Figure 40
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gauges, press the ‘English/ Metric’ button
in the ‘Adjustments’ menu.
2. Press the desired unit to be displayed
on the gauges. Choose between English
units or Metric units.
3. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon on the
lower left hand corner to return to the
Environment screen. Press the ‘Return‘
icon to go back to the ‘Adjustments’
menu. See Figure 40.
Battery Management
1. To change the sleep setting for the
Banks iQ, press the ‘Battery Mgmt’
button in the ‘Adjustments’ menu. See
Figure 41.
Figure 41
2. Adjust the ‘Display Sleep’ time by
pressing the left or right arrows.
icon to go back to the ‘Adjustments’
menu.
NOTE: If the display turns off, turn it back
on by pressing once anywhere on the
screen.
Master Volume
3. Adjust the ‘iQ Sleep’ time by pressing
1. To change the Volume Level for the
iQ, press the ‘Volume’ button in the
‘Adjustments’ menu.
the ‘Left’ or ‘Right’ arrows. iQ sleep will
begin to count down after the display has
entered into ‘Display Sleep’ mode.
2. To adjust the volume level, press the
NOTE: ‘iQ Sleep’ will occur after ‘Display
Sleep’ has been activated. To manually
enter or exit ‘Sleep’ mode, press the
MENU button on top of the device.
3. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon on the
4. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon on the
lower left hand corner to return to the
Environment screen. Press the ‘Return‘
plus (+) or minus (-) button to increase or
decrease the volume level. See Figure
42.
lower left hand corner to return to the
Environment screen. Press the ‘Return’
icon to go back to the ‘Adjustments’
menu.
Figure 42
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To update Tuner/SpeedBrake
1. Go to www.bankspower.com/Banks
iQ and check for the Banks Power
Tuner or SpeedBrake updates. To
receive update notices, we invite you
to register at www.bankspower.com/
banksiq to receive important e-mails
regarding updates and upgrades for
your Banks iQ device.
2. Download them onto your Micro-SD
card (sold separately) and insert it into
the port on your Banks iQ.
3. Press the ‘Update Tuner’ or the
‘Update SpeedBrake’ button on the
‘Adjustments’ menu.
4. Press the ’Check For Updates’
button and available Tuner/SpeedBrake
updates will appear in the window. See
Figure 43. Highlight the appropriate
file name from the available list.
5. Press ‘Update Tuner’ or ‘Update
SpeedBrake’ to download updates into
Banks iQ.
NOTE: A warning message will appear
if the chosen file is the same or older
then the file currently in use.
For more detail instruction to
update Banks Tuner/SpeedBrake
please go to www.bankspower.
com/downloads .
To update Banks iQ Software
1. For Windows XP users, make sure
that Microsoft ActiveSync is installed
on your computer and that you have
an active internet connection.
For Windows 7 and Vista users, make
sure that Microsoft Mobile Device is
installed on your computer.
NOTE: If you do not have Microsoft
ActiveSync or Mobile Device visit
www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile
or visit Banks website for direct links
and detail update instruction at
www.bankspower.com/iqupdate
2. Install the Banks iQ Update Utility
on your computer by visiting www.
BanksPower.com/Downloads.
3. Turn the Banks iQ on and allow it
to complete its booting process (about
a minute). In the ‘Environment Select’
menu press on the ‘Productivity’
Environment. Then press on ‘Desktop’
tab to open the Windows desktop.
For instruction on how to access the
Desktop refer to Section 11. Then
plug the Banks iQ into your PC using
the supplied USB cable.
CAUTION: The iQ must be in the
the Windows desktop before
connecting the iQ to a PC. The iQ
will either ignore the connection
or register an error if the iQ is not
in the ‘Desktop’ mode.
4. Start the Banks iQ Update Utility
and follow the on-screen directions on
your PC to update your Bank iQ with
the latest software updates.
For more detail instruction to
update your Banks iQ please go to
www.bankspower.com/iqupdate.
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Figure 43
Section 19
Gauge Placement
NOTE: To quickly change any gauge
in your Banks iQ display, press on the
gauge you want to change and you
will be taken to the ‘Gauge Placement’
screen. See Figure 44.
Press the ‘Wrench’ icon to move to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. Press ‘Gauge
Placement’, which allows you to change
the gauges on view in the display.
1. Press the gauge you want to move or
4. Repeat Step 1 through 3 to change all
desired gauges.
5. To save changes, press on the ‘Banks
iQ’ icon to return to the ‘Environment’
screen or the ‘Return’ icon to return to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu.
Reset to Default
6. To reset to default gauges navigate
through the ‘Adjustments’ menu.
change on the right-hand side. A list of
gauges to choose from appears on the
left. See Figure 44.
7. In the Gauge Placement screen, press
2. Scroll Up or Down through the
8. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon to return to
optional parameters available on the left
hand side of the screen.
3. Highlight the desired parameter on
the left side of the screen.
on the ‘Reset to Default’ button to return
all gauges to the default setting.
the ‘Environment’ screen or the ‘Return’
icon to return to the ‘Adjustments’
menu.
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Figure 44 Gauge Placement
Section 20
Gauge STYLE
Press the ‘Wrench’ icon to move to the
‘Adjustments’ menu screen.
Press ‘Gauge Style’, which allows you
to change the style of the gauges in
your display.
1.Scroll Right or Left to view all
available gauge style choices. Stop
when you see the style you want for
Figure 45 Analog Gauge Style
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your gauge display. See Figure 45.
2.Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon to save
your gauge style and return to the
‘Environment’ where you can see it in
action.
3.Press the ‘Return’ icon to return to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu.
-END, SECTION 20-
Section 21
Gauge COLOR
Press the ‘Wrench’ icon to move to the
‘Adjustments’ menu screen.
Press ‘Gauge Color’, which allows you
to change the color of the gauges in
your display.
1. Scroll Right or Left to view the
spectrum of color choices. Stop when
you see the color you want for your
gauge display. See Figure 46.
2. Use the ‘Day On/Off’ button to
determine if you want the color you’ve
chosen displayed during the day time
Screen Backlight hours you selected in
‘Initial Set-up’. For more information
on Screen Backlight, see Section 18.
3. Use the ‘Night On/Off’ to determine
if you want the color you’ve chosen
displayed during the night time Screen
Backlight hours you selected in ‘Initial
Set-up’. For more information on
Screen Backlight, see Section 18.
4. Press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon to save
and return to the ‘Environment’ screen
or the ‘Return’ icon to return to the
‘Adjustments’ menu.
-END, SECTION 21-
Figure 46 Gauge Color
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Section 22
Gauge Descriptions
Receive Update Notices
Banks iQ is constantly evolving and new
gauges in addition to the ones described
below may be available. We invite you
to register at www.bankspower.com/
banksiq to receive important emails
regarding updates and upgrades for your
Banks iQ device.
Following is a list of the gauges you can
choose to be in your Banks iQ display
and what they measure.
NOTE: Not all gauges are accessible in all
environments.
BOOST: Measures turbocharger air
pressure above atmospheric pressure
being delivered to your vehicle’s intake
manifold in your choice of pounds per
square inch or bar (PSI or BAR).
BARO: Measures the barometric
(atmospheric) pressure outside your
vehicle in inches of mercury (inHg).
SPEED1 & 2: Measures how fast your
vehicle is going in your choice of miles
per hour or kilometers per hour (MPH
or KM). Display Speed limit 0-140 MPH
(0-220 KM) or 0-220 MPH (0-360 KM).
RPM5K & 8K: Measures how fast your
engine’s crankshaft is spinning in
revolutions per minute (RPM). Displays
RPM limit 0-5000RPM or 0-8000RPM.
ENG TEMP: Measures the temperature of
vehicle’s engine coolant in your choice
of degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade (F
or C).
TRANS: Measures the temperature of
the transmission fluid in your choice of
degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade (F or
C).
INT TEMP: Measures the vehicle intake
air temperature in your choice of
degrees Fahrenheit or Centigrade (F or
C).
AMB TEMP: Measures the temperature
of the air outside the vehicle in your
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choice of degrees Fahrenheit or
Centigrade (F or C).
POWER: Measures in percentage the
amount of extra power above stock
currently being delivered by your Banks
Power Tuner if applicable.
THROTTLE: Displays in percentage the
amount of throttle currently being
applied.
TRANS SLIP: Displays the difference
in transmission shaft input speed and
output speed in revolutions per minute
(RPM).
TCC: Displays if torque converter clutch
is currently on or off (ON/OFF).
GEAR: Displays the gear currently in use
on the vehicle.
ELEVATION: Measures the elevation you
are driving at in your choice of Feet or
Meters above sea level (FT or M).
NOTE: Elevation should be accurate
within +/- 50 feet or 15 meters 95% of
the time. On rare occasions, you may
experience a variance greater than +/15 meters or 50 feet. This is considered
normal for devices of this type.
EGT: Measures vehicle’s exhaust gas
temperature in your choice of degrees
Fahrenheit or Centigrade (F or C).
NOTE: Some vehicles require installation
of exhaust thermocouple (sold
separately) to measure EGT. Please refer
to your vehicle owner’s manual for more
information.
BRAKE: Measures in percentage the
amount of exhaust brake force being
delivered by your Banks SpeedBrake® if
applicable.
Time AM/PM & 24HR: Display the current
time in 12 hour standard time or 24 hour
military time.
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Section 23
ON SCREEN ALERTS
1. Select the ‘Wrench’ icon to go to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. Press the
‘On Screen Alerts’ button.
2. Scroll Up or Down through the
optional Alert Parameters available on
the left hand side of the screen. See
Figure 47.
3. Highlight the desired parameter on
the left side of the screen.
4. Press the plus (+) or minus (-)
symbols to increase or decrease the
selected parameter Alert Set Point.
The display shows the adjusted value.
NOTE: The limit for each parameter
Alert Set Point is displayed right above
the adjusted value Set Point.
5. To set the volume sound level for
the alerts, Press the plus (+) or minus
(-) symbol below the ‘Reset’ button to
increase or decrease the sound level.
Three (3) volume levels plus a silent
mode are available.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 to adjust
all the desired parameters.
7. Once all parameter have been
adjusted and to save changes, press
the iQ icon to return to the Environment
screen or the ‘Return’ icon to return to
the ‘Adjustments’ Menu.
NOTE: In the event an alert set point
is reached an audible alarm will sound
and the Status Indicator will display
an icon relative to the associated
alert. See Figure 48 and the alert
descriptions. The alarm will turn off
once the associated parameter is
below its alert set-point. The Status
Indicator will then return to ‘OK’.
8. You can return Banks iQ to its
default alert settings at any time by
pressing the ‘Reset To Default’ button.
Figure 47 Alert Screen
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Alert indicator Description
Searching- A searching icon will
indicate a communication error between
the Banks iQ, Bridge, Tuner, Brake, and/
or the vehicle. Go over all wiring and
make sure they are proper connected.
Vehicle Speed- The vehicle speed icon
will indicate the vehicle speed is above
the user alert set point. Lower your
speed below the set speed to clear the
alert.
Tuner Fault- A error with the tuner
will set off an alert. Follow the trouble
shooting in Section 26 to correct the
problem.
Trans Temp- The transmission
temperature is over the user alert set
point. Safely stop the vehicle and check
the transmission.
Oil Temp- The vehicle engine oil
temperature is over the user set alert
point. Safely stop the vehicle and check
the engine oil.
Figure 48 Alert indicator icons
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RPM- The vehicle RPM is over the user
set alert point. Reduce speed to lower
RPM. If alert continues, safely stop the
vehicle and check your engine.
Boost- The vehicle boost is over the
user set alert point. Safely stop the
vehicle and check the turbo connections.
Eng Temp- The Enigne temperature is
over the user set alert point. Safely stop
the vehicle and check the engine.
EGT- The Exhaust Gas Temperature is
over the user alert set point. Reduce
speed to reduce the EGT’s.
Go to the begin of this section to adjust
the user alert set point for any alert.
-end, section 23-
Section 24
MAX VALUES
Max Values allow you to observe
the maximum values that have been
achieved for the parameters available
for your vehicle since the last Reset
cycle. See Figure 49.
1. To view Max Values, in the
‘Adjustments’ menu press the Max
value button.
2. After viewing your Max Values you
can reset to clear the current values.
Press the ‘Reset’ button in the lower
right hand corner. A pop-up screen will
appear to confirm reset. Press ‘yes’
to confirm reset value, press ‘no’ to
cancel reset.
3. After viewing your Max Values,
press the ‘Banks iQ’ icon to return to
the Environment screen or the ‘Return’
icon to return to the ‘Adjustments’
menu.
-end, section 24-
Figure 49
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Section 25
VERSION INFO
The current version of the Banks
iQ, Banks Power Tuner, and/or
SpeedBrake can be checked and
compared to the current version
available on the Banks website.
1. In the ‘Adjustments’ menu press
the ‘Version Info’ button.
2. The version Info screen will display
the current firmware version, as well
as various other system configuration
information. See Figure 50.
Figure 50
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3. Press the arrows to scroll through
the ‘Version Info’ screen. All available
device information will be displayed.
4. Press the ‘Return’ icon to return
to the ‘Adjustments’ Menu or press
the ‘Banks iQ’ icon to return to the
Environment screen.
-end, section 25-
Section 26
Troubleshooting
5. Check the USB connection at the
Banks Bridge
The Banks Bridge Module transports
information back and forth between your
vehicle and Banks iQ. Note that there are
two green lights on this Module. With the
ignition off and the Banks Bridge viewed
with the “banks” logo reading properly,
the right hand light will pulse on and off.
With the engine running and Banks iQ
connected, both lights will switch back
and forth to tell you that Banks iQ is
communicating with your vehicle. Should
Banks iQ become disconnected, the left
light will pulse on and off to tell you that
communication has been interrupted.
Loss of communication between
Banks iQ and vehicle.
A magnifying glass icon will appear in
the upper right-hand corner of Banks iQ
display. See Figure 51.
Figure 51
Searching Icon
1. Make sure the vehicle ignition key is
Banks iQ.
6. Check all Banks Power Tuner and/
or SpeedBrake wiring, power, and
fuse connections (refer to the Banks
Power Tuner and/or SpeedBrake user’s
manual(s) for troubleshooting details).
Loss of Tuner-added power
7. Check to make sure the Banks
iQ’s Status Window displays the
“OK” message, indicating the tuner
is powered-up and communicating
properly.
8. Check the Banks iQ Power Level
Indicator for the proper setting (Power
Level “1” is stock vehicle power).
9. Check the Banks iQ Status Indicator
for the “OK” icon. Any Banks Power
Tuner fault will be indicated by the
Check Engine icon shown in Figure 52.
Simply press on the ‘Banks’ Engine icon
to go to the ‘Power Diagnostics’ menu.
Or, press on the ‘Wrench’ icon to go to
the ‘Adjustments’ menu. Press on the
Diagnostics button, then press Power
Diagnostics.
Figure 52
in the ON position.
2. Make sure the Banks iQ is properly
Banks Engine
Icon
connected to vehicle as described in
Section 3.
3. Check the connection at the OBD II
diagnostic port (under the driver’s side
dash area). Check for any damage to the
ODB II connector “hood”, such as if it has
become dislodged from the connector
housing.
4. Check the RJ12 connection at the
10. Refer to the Banks Power Tuner
user’s manual for further troubleshooting
details.
-end, section 26-
Banks Bridge.
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Gale Banks Engineering
546 Duggan Avenue • Azusa, ca 91702
(626) 969-9600 • Fax (626) 334-1743
Product Information & Sales: (888) 635-4565
bankspower.com
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