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Hey, any recommendations for a stationary (not via cell phone) transmission temperature monitor that won't break the bank?
 

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Then you simply download an app to your phone to access the information. I use Torque Pro II. To get an ATF reading, you must set up a a PID using these parameters....
OBD2 Mode and PID: 222201
Long Name: Transmission Temp F
Short Name: ATF Temp
Minimum value: -40
Maximum value: 300
Scale factor: x1
Equation: AA*(9/5)-40
Overrides PID: "Does not override any PIDs"
 
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Not sure if it works with the 9 speed transmissions yet. I've read other owners have tried but can't get it to work on the 9 speed, only on the 6 speed.

Can anyone confirm or correct me?
 

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I've been using a ScanGauge on various vehicles since about 2005. Easily moves from one OBDII vehicle to another. Reads/clears codes and a whole lt more, including TFT. Plug-n-play. Not sure about the 9 speed.....an email to them will probably get you an answer. About $150, iirc.
 

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I've been using a ScanGauge on various vehicles since about 2005. Easily moves from one OBDII vehicle to another. Reads/clears codes and a whole lt more, including TFT. Plug-n-play. Not sure about the 9 speed.....an email to them will probably get you an answer. About $150, iirc.
Scangage II was recommended by another person. I think Jon DZ Adventuring is using the one like it. I just confirmed on their sitee
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Whichever monitor you decide to get, let us know what 9 speed temps you see, driving conditions, etc.👌
 
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