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Old 05-28-2021, 09:17 AM #76
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How did you get the ATF temperature? Thanks.

From the main menu screen, select “All Sensors”. There are two entries for ATF temperature. IIRC, it’s the first one that we care about “(AT) ATF temperature var. 1” (should be clear which one you want since the other entry will have no live data).

The screenshot I posted was of my customized dashboard. I played around with the layout, colors, fonts, and which sensor data I wanted to see. From the main menu screen, select “Dashboard”. Then select the gear icon to edit the screen.
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From the main menu screen, select “All Sensors”. There are two entries for ATF temperature. IIRC, it’s the first one that we care about “(AT) ATF temperature var. 1” (should be clear which one you want since the other entry will have no live data).

The screenshot I posted was of my customized dashboard. I played around with the layout, colors, fonts, and which sensor data I wanted to see. From the main menu screen, select “Dashboard”. Then select the gear icon to edit the screen.
Unfortunately, my version of Car Scanner Pro (purchased today) does not have any sensors for ATF temperature. I found a video from Australia with a guy showing how to add it but I'm not sure of the formula he used if it will apply here and give results in °F. I'll see how it works when I go home today.
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Unfortunately, my version of Car Scanner Pro (purchased today) does not have any sensors for ATF temperature. I found a video from Australia with a guy showing how to add it but I'm not sure of the formula he used if it will apply here and give results in °F. I'll see how it works when I go home today.

Maybe check that you’re using the correct vehicle profile / protocol? See attached

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Maybe check that you’re using the correct vehicle profile / protocol? See attached

Thank you for the help. I needed the connection profile you are using.
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