How to connect and set up your IQ3 Street Dash

How to connect and set up your IQ3 Street Dash


The Haltech IQ3 Street dash is relatively simple to connect and set up. When configured correctly it’ll provide you with years of problem-free display and logging performance.


There are two types of the IQ3 Street dash: Display and Logger. The easiest way to tell them apart is by the micro SD port located at the top centre of the Logger model. This port is absent from the Display model.


Your Elite ECU needs to communicate with the IQ3 Street dash. This is done by connecting your ECU to the 34 Pin Connector socket on the back of the IQ3 Street dash and enabling the dash in the Elite software (ESP).

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In the Haltech ESP “Main Setup” menu enable Haltech CAN Supported Dash in the “Displays” section.

Next, the dash needs to be configured to work with your Elite ECU. This is done by connecting the dash to your laptop via a USB cable plugged into the mini USB connector at the back of your dash and configuring it via Racepak’s Datalink software.

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In Datalink select “IQ3_Config_Street_Haltech” from the File/Open Car Configuration menu.

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You can display up to 32 channels of data on your IQ3 Street dash. These are selected from the “VNET Input Channel Parameters” menu.

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Your display options are accessed via the IQ3S Haltech tab. Here you can decide what information is displayed on each of your screens. You can choose to leave the factory settings or change them to suit your application. Once set up, you can scroll through these screens using an external toggle switch supplied with your dash.

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You can access your data logging settings within the same menu by selecting the “Dash Info” tab.


The Haltech IQ3 Street dash lets you program up to four individual warning channels. The face of the dash contains a combination red park brake/warning condition light. This warning light is associated with all four warning channels.

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You can program each individual warning channel by selecting the “Warnings” tab and clicking on the warning channel you would like to program. This action will open the “Warning Light” menu.

Related Articles:
Haltech IQ3 Street Overview

Haltech IQ3 Street Quick Start Guide
Haltech IQ3 Street User Manual
Racepak DataLink Software

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