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The sensor which monitors trans temp is on the valve body.

 

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I have not been told status of the release date. I will post on the site when I have a heads up on the date.

 

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when does the TOUCH show trans temp. ? what model year? I have a 04.5 ,..i dont have the ''motor control for shifting,.. mine uses the TV cable. If it does not,...what do i need to add a seperate gauge?

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Good to see ya Matthew :cheers:

 

Still not available the transmission PIDs for the 04-05 MY.

Chrysler for all the previous MY had the PCM and communication with the PIDs were available.

 

From 2004 there’s no more a separate PCM and no SAE PIDs for the trans are given from the ECM.

 

This is a Chrysler design that is to be overcome.

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06 + trucks now. Working on reading the earlier trucks through the ECM and those years where that wont be available will have the option of an external sensor.

http://smartyresource.com/pids045.aspx

 

http://smartyresource.com/pids06.aspx

 

These links shows what you can read at the present time.

Thank you!

 

There's a pretty decent amount of pids for 06. At smarty ya Are they gonna continue to try to add more for the 05 and older trucks? Also on 4th gens is there even more pids than an 06? There may be a newer truck in my future, eventually anyhow.

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We will be adding more PIDs. However SAE PIDs are limited by what capabilities Chrysler allow in the ecm. On certain years where certain PIDs are not viewable, the other option will be with the external sensors. These are in the works as well.

 

Indeed 06's have more available PIDs than the earlier SCI trucks. Check this out:

http://www.smartyresource.com/smartytouchpids.aspx

 

The newer the truck, the more PIDs are available. 4th Genners have a butt load of PID's available, and the 13+ 4th gens even more than the earlier ones.

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