Always check your work as well as the work of others.
Sure enough I hosed this up.
The "A>5" is a bit shift operation that moves the bits 5,6,7 to the right where they become bits 0,1,2. On top of that the TFP switch designations of A, B, and C appear in the PID from the low bit to the high bit, not the other way around as I knew but didn't think about when I wrote the equation.
Here is ( I believe) what I should have written to have the switch designations of ABC to appear from left to right in the display. The Tech 2 displays the switch positions as High and Low and so the display of this equation will retain the format, 1 = High, 0 = Low....
Well crap!! Site issues prevent uploading a screen shot so here it is in text... better if anyone wanted to copy it anyway...