I use a BDGT tuner as it's the only thing I'm aware of that is just plug in OBD port and monitor
A scanguage 2 will not monitor the trans temp on a 2015 , been there tried thatIf you find out the PID, a scangauge could monitor it too.
The sensor for the trans temp is in the radiator, I had both selected and the temps read exactly the same, so it is not a true trans temp. There is a sensor in the trans but it goes directly to the temp gauge, no PID available for the actual transmission temperature. I've had the torque pro app for about 5 years now and use it regularly.There is no sensor in the radiator? The only sensors for the transmission are inside the transmission itself??
Inside the torque pro app, you probably inputted the engine coolant temp PID's thinking they were trans temp?
So I received my temp gauge, and the sensor (?). Upon inspection of the sensor, I find it doesn't make sense to me! The wire for the sending unit (sensor) doesn't have a connection on it, and the head of the sensor is round without any apparent (at least to me) way to connect the wire to it. I have tried to attach a pic, but it isn't the best. Any clue?
By the way, I love my Microsoft Surface, but the camera sucks!
there is an anodized (small ported block) manifold just for that if you wanted to get fancy and tap into the hard lines to install a 1/8 NPT sensor. Summit Racing, Jegs, etc, Autometer makes it.Most guys that do trans temp gauges, have it inline with the cooler. So they will T off of the stock cooler lines with the probe. That way you dont have to find a port that has direct access.