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post #11 of 15 Old 03-21-2016, 07:58 PM
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More reading, less posting, that is the answer.
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I missed the post telling me about the sensor situation. Not sure what you're telling me to read...


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I'm using a wifi OBD monitor for my iPhone. The app I use is OBD fusion. It also has PIDs specifically for ford. The temp for trans fluid is only available for the ford PID, there isn't another available. I tried the torque app for android. The problem I had with it was it dropped the HPOP data, it wasn't consistent.


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Bad sensor? Do you know how many the truck has? Is this a pricey part or a tough job? Or is it a weekend job? Thanks for the input by the way


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It's not a difficult job if you are semi-capable with a wrench.

I wouldn't change the sensor until I checked the temp with another app/device/dongle or at least check another 6.0 with a 5R110 to see if it reads the same. It could just be an inconsistency with the PID.

My PLX dongle likes to drop EOT in Torque, but my OBDlink dongle works flawlessly, so your Torque issue may be due to the dongle as much as anything.

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It's not a difficult job if you are semi-capable with a wrench.

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I wouldn't change the sensor until I checked the temp with another app/device/dongle or at least check another 6.0 with a 5R110 to see if it reads the same. It could just be an inconsistency with the PID.



My PLX dongle likes to drop EOT in Torque, but my OBDlink dongle works flawlessly, so your Torque issue may be due to the dongle as much as anything.

Right on bro. Thanks for this info. I will definitely check my buddies 6.0 n see if it's just the dang app setting I'm using


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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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