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Old 07-10-2019, 08:22 PM   #169
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I guess the above is mostly meant for you, although I replied to @Lonewolf. Either one of you is free to PM me if you have questions. Best of luck.
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Not sure how active this thread is but I have a few questions.

1) Is it possible to determine the temperature on the automatic transmission fluid via an OBD dongle? I assume not given the talk of people adding temp sensors, but then a couple of people have spoken about rev limiting and/or dash warning lights when they've guessed that ATF is too hot. If the car doesn't have a temp sensor how is it determining there is an issue?

2) Would you recommend a thermostat in a climate (Queensland, Aus) where it is rarely under 20C (70F)? My car is a daily drive but on the track around once a month.

3) I thought I had other questions, but aside from what's in this thread, anything else you'd call out as being good to know?
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Not sure how active this thread is but I have a few questions.

1) Is it possible to determine the temperature on the automatic transmission fluid via an OBD dongle? I assume not given the talk of people adding temp sensors, but then a couple of people have spoken about rev limiting and/or dash warning lights when they've guessed that ATF is too hot. If the car doesn't have a temp sensor how is it determining there is an issue?

2) Would you recommend a thermostat in a climate (Queensland, Aus) where it is rarely under 20C (70F)? My car is a daily drive but on the track around once a month.

3) I thought I had other questions, but aside from what's in this thread, anything else you'd call out as being good to know?
1. Yes you can

2. Not needed for a daily, but highly recommended for the track.
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