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Old 07-10-2019, 09:22 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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1. Yes you can

2. Not needed for a daily, but highly recommended for the track.
RE 1 (can you check the ATF temp via OBD2), Would you be able to share the relevant PID/settings to query this data?
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RE 1 (can you check the ATF temp via OBD2), Would you be able to share the relevant PID/settings to query this data?
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I did see that post but it looks like those are ScanGuage codes (https://www.scangauge.com.au/obdii-o...uges-standard/) which are quite different to PID codes (https://obdsoftware.force.com/s/arti...r-defined-pids) which require a 3 letter module, hex based OBD Mode, 4 number PID and a formula etc....

Would it be safe to assume having both an oil cooler and ATF cooler sitting in front of the radiator won't have too much of an impact the cooling ability of the radiator itself? Two 'oil' coolers wouldn't block airflow as much as an intercooler would and I'd assume the most likely impact would be that the radiator fans would kick in more often (opposed to significantly higher coolant temps)?
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I did see that post but it looks like those are ScanGuage codes (https://www.scangauge.com.au/obdii-o...uges-standard/) which are quite different to PID codes (https://obdsoftware.force.com/s/arti...r-defined-pids) which require a 3 letter module, hex based OBD Mode, 4 number PID and a formula etc....

Would it be safe to assume having both an oil cooler and ATF cooler sitting in front of the radiator won't have too much of an impact the cooling ability of the radiator itself? Two 'oil' coolers wouldn't block airflow as much as an intercooler would and I'd assume the most likely impact would be that the radiator fans would kick in more often (opposed to significantly higher coolant temps)?
scan gauge is relatively cheap, can track 4 things at once, i always did OIL, ATF, Coolant, and AFR.

If they where side by side and not stacked it wouldn't be much different then an intercooler, but you have so much extra space behind the fog light bezels.
put an oil cooler behind passenger side, get a chase bays windshield washer tank (saves about 8lbs bonus) and then you can mount a trans cooler behind driver side.
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