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Old 05-02-2014, 11:59 AM   #1
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Scangauge question

I've been looking at getting a Scangauge for my 2007 Toyota Sienna to monitor transmission fluid temperatures. Because of conflicting information on the code for this combination, I've hesitated to buy one.

Now that we are scheduled to pick up our trailer, I'm wanting to figure it out. Has anyone has installed such a monitor to a '07 Sienna and have it work properly?
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Old 05-02-2014, 12:38 PM   #2
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Make sure you can get the codes for the transmission temp. We have a ScanGauge and like the info we can get from it - it has helped improve fuel economy - but are unhappy that it seems impossible to get workable codes for the transmission fluid temp for our Frontier. ScanGauge sent us some codes to try but no luck.
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I managed to get the trans temp codes for my 09 Tacoma
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Check the scan gauge website for specific vehicle information. You could also call or email them. There are codes available for Toyota.

https://www.scangauge.com/support/x-...yota-specific/

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Old 05-02-2014, 10:08 PM   #5
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I would search SiennaChat.com, since I know this question has been answered there... although you may have already done so (it may be one of the conflicting information sources). My Sienna is a 2004, and my OBD gauge is not a ScanGauge, so no - I can't help with experience with 2007 codes.

example: Monitor transmission oil temperature with a ScanGauge
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I can't help. I think my new truck does everything except the dishes.

But, I do know there are several threads in the archives about the Scan Gauge on FiberglassRV. If that helps you. Check out threads about Scan Gauge by Norm.
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Our TV is a 2008 Sienna which I installed the Scangauge....the following link should explain the different codes that have to be added for it to read the transmission temp.

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Thanks for the info A&B. I went ahead and bought the TransGauge II and used the settings for the 2008 Sienna. I can now report that transmission temperatures for the 2007 Sienna can be read.

For anyone with a 2007 - 2009 Sienna, these are the settings for the transmission temperatures:

TXD = 07E021D9
RXF = 032180000000
RXD = 1810
MTH = 00070064FE70
NAME = TFT
(or any 3-letter abbreviation--your choice)
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For anyone with a 2007 - 2009 Sienna, these are the settings for the transmission temperatures:
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Excellent!
This presumably applies to the 2010 model year as well - the transmission change didn't occur until the 2011 model year.
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Excellent!
This presumably applies to the 2010 model year as well - the transmission change didn't occur until the 2011 model year.

Probably, I just didn't see a post saying it worked from an owner of a 2010 on the Sienna Forum.
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