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Hm, I noticed last night that Torque didn't seem to have a transmission temperature read that matched EVIC. The add-on PID for transmission temp for 2012+ Jeep returned no data, and the other transmission temp PID was returning data that seemed like a variant of the oil temp and was nowhere close (e.g. reading 95 C when EVIC said the transmission was 60 C).

Might be a 2014 thing.
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Re: Good OBD II App

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I will have to check out if the sensors are on the 2012 model.

Does the CAT sensor heat give you a good indication of the EGT's while driving ?
Yes, it is a slower reacting average temperature. It has several seconds of lag. What we don't know is much lower it is than at the turbo under constant load. I assume, to be on the safe side, there is a 150F or more drop so upstream temps are higher. We also don't know what the safe continuous limits are. I'm guessing 1200F conservatively....so 1050F at the CAT sensor is my continuous limit.
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