Wifi ODB-II Reader - Best App to read Trans Temp
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    Wifi ODB-II Reader - Best App to read Trans Temp

    I'm using a Veepeak WiFi ODB2 Scanner and having trouble locating an App that will let me read Transmission Temperatures. Anyone have any ideas?

    I've currently got two Apps installed:
    - InCarDoc
    - Car Scanner

    Thanks

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    I have the EngineLink App on my iphone 6 and get the trans temp on my 2014 exl. You have to configure it in the app though. You should be able to get that info on this forum or on the internet. Its been a while since I did it and I can't remember how.

    Dan

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    Wifi ODB-II Reader - Best App to read Trans Temp

    Yeah you need to add a PID code within EngineLink. For my 2011 6 Speed it’s added by going to one of the later customization screens. I hold down till it says “Add new display cell”. I added a custom small bar.

    When added a list of PIDs comes up. Hit edit and then the “+” sign to add a custom PID.

    I called mine “ATF Temp (F)”. In the field use the following info

    PID 222201
    Value AA*(9/5)-40

    Save it. Make sure your display cell is associated with this new PID. When run it should show you the Trans Temp.


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