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Old 09-30-2015, 06:25 PM   #1
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Question about OBDII PID 'Transmission temp'


2010 v6, SR55 Automatic, bone stock. For now.

I run DashCommand on a tablet with an ELM27 Bluetooth OBDII transmitter, and have displayed the Transmission temperature.

My questions:

Where and how is this temperature measured?

What reading should I expect for 'normal' grocery getter/commute driving in somewhat hilly terrain? I'm running 170 - 200 with occasional forays into the 210s...max was 225 after a long climb accelerating.

What do you think?
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