If you're asking me, yes. Just remember the PID that I found and used was for my 07 Tacoma.if the PID works, can you share them?
What obd2 reader are you using? TorquePro reads out trans temps as well, although I thought some one on here said that the same sensor reports both(temps are the same) I'm using BAFX reader and can't get the FORScan demo app to connectReviving my old ancient thread
FORScan Lite recommended by "yugrus". Thanks Again. Love watching the engagement ratio of the i-Activ on the rear end.
In addition to AT fluid temp you can see rear diff temp as well.
I was pulling my boat today over the pass and pushed it pretty hard. The difference in temp between coolant and AT was about 15-20 degrees at the hardest. AT got up to around 211 degrees F while Coolant was around 192.
Nothing to enter for the CX-5 temps I listed above. Just add them in on Forscan Lite.
Sorry... talking about different apps and vehicles.
For the CX-5
Try out Forscan Lite
Fusion will probably work as well on CX-5 but haven't tested that out for AT temps. Pricewise Forscan will be cheaper.
On your Toyota... Fusion will read AT temps without any custom PIDs.
Yes. I said this above.Have you ever seen an actual difference between the at and engine temps?