Well this is a pretty simple one, I have seen a few guys with coolers for their CVT transmissions, and I'm wondering if that's something worth doing? Will it improve the life span, or is this just a thing if you live in a super hot climate?
I am looking for a way to permanently monitor my CVT temps without having to connect to wifi obd2 dongle, connect ActiveOBD, open up gauges, every time I start the car. So I was looking into a ScanGauge ii when google suggested the
AEM 30-0311 X-Series OBDII Gauge
which I think looks better...
I've searched the forum but haven't found much. I have a 2019 Forester Touring and am looking to monitor my CVT temperature with an iOS device. Can anyone recommend a reader/app combo that works with iPhone or iPad? Is there even a CVT temp monitor that reads the actual temperature?