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The pan is a good place to monitor as it will let the sensor be submerged in the fluid and give you a good representation of what’s going on.
Some guys put a sensor in the hot line which will show high temps because it’s right out of the converter and before any of the coolers. Some might put it in the return line which should show a nice cool temp being after the coolers but before it goes back into the trans. In the pan IMO kind of tells “the whole story” if you will.
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