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Old 05-12-17
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Default Torque app ATF temp PID

Evening all, i had Torque pro working nicely with my old phone to give me ATF temp.
Got a new phone and factory reset the old to give to a mate.

Didn't think to screenshot the PID settings for ATF temp.

Does anyone have the setting they could share please.
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Discussed here on a Gen 4 thread.
https://pajeroclub.com.au/forum/show...=28002&page=16

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Found that earlier. Seems to mirror coolant temp.
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Was worth a try Amec.
TC in Challenger will not lock up until ATF is at 40C so this maybe helpful when you are fine tuning the setting.

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Thanks. I wasn't aware of that.

I found the formula before.
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This is for the Pajero with the Jatco box. Don't know if it works on the Challenger.


Go to Torque home screen and click on bottom Left Hand menu, then select settings, then, select Manage extra PIDs/Sensors. Now select menu in top right hand corner, then add predefined set, then Chrysler/Dodge, then Transmission Fluid Temp (GM Method 1). Now a screen will come up options for: Trans.FI.Tmp and select Edit, now edit it. Change the fields first line is the heading and under it is what to change it to
OBD2 mode and PID(in HEX..... to
2102

Short name (used in Display) to
Trans Temp

Minimum Value (typically 0) to
0.0
Maximum Value to
200.0

Scale Factor to
x1

Unit factor to
C

Equation (eg A+B+20- or [0d]+10=A or even just [0d] to
f-50

OBD Header to use (leave blank, 'Auto' or HEX header) to
TCM


Then go back to Torque home screen and click on bottom Left Hand menu, then select Vehicle Profile then edit the profile you already set up for the Pajero. Scroll to the bottom and select the protocol where it says "Automatit - through profile scan" and change to
ISO 15765-4 CAN (11bit 500k baud)

Now when you add the transmission temp to a screen you must use:
Transmission Temp (Chrysler/Dodge)

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Deleted what i had saved and started again. Working now. Thanks.
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I use the same as Bruce and bobby, however found on my 2014 Challenger that the equation needs to be f-40. I came up with this after reading the engine temp and comparing it to the auto temp. They should be the same before you start your engine is my understanding. Once you start your car the engine temp will increase to operating temp, however the auto temp will be slower to begin rising. this morning and both were on 23 before I started the car. See what you think.

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