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Old September 16th, 2017, 04:30   #1
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Default DSG Transmission Oil Temperature summary

OBD access to VW's DSG Transmission Oil Temperature seems to be a perennial question with mention in many threads in this and other fora, but I don't see it answered definitively anywhere. From what I can tell no one so far has discovered how this information is accessed by the system but we suspect it is accessed somehow because DSG overheating triggers a check engine condition.

I have seen proposals for a block and PID but none appear to have panned out. I may be wrong but I thought it might be helpful if my and others' research in this forum were summarized here. I'm a noobie at this area and my contribution won't likely be valuable beyond what I have written so far..
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ScanGauge X-Gauge VW specific coding for Transmission Temperature: TXD - 686AF10105, RXF - 031A04410505, RXD - 2808, MTH - 00090005FFD8, Name - TFT, Units - Degrees Fahrenheit.
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ScanGauge X-Gauge VW specific coding for Transmission Temperature: TXD - 686AF10105, RXF - 031A04410505, RXD - 2808, MTH - 00090005FFD8, Name - TFT, Units - Degrees Fahrenheit.
How does that ScanGuage info translate into OBDII block and PID values?
What header do we use?
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