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for my Scangauge, this CVT code appears to work.

TXD: 07E0221017
RXF: C46205103617
RXD: 3008
MTH: 00090005FFC6
for the name, I just used the "degrees F" symbol and "CV"
The only difference I see between your coding and mine is the TXD.
Mine was TXD 07E1221017.
Other stuff.
Ambient=32*F
CVT=140*F in Park.
Oil Temp=78*C. Converted to *F=172.4*F
Coolant temp=173*F.

If anyone is interested in an X Gauge for EGT(Exhaust Gas Temperature)here is the coding.
TXD 07DF013C
RXF 0441053C0000
RXD 2810
MTH 00090032FFD8
NAM EGT
 

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The only difference I see between your coding and mine is the TXD.
Mine was TXD 07E1221017.
Other stuff.
Ambient=32*F
CVT=140*F in Park.
Oil Temp=78*C. Convert to *F.
Coolant temp=173*F.

If anyone is interested in an X Gauge for EGT(Exhaust Gas Temperature)here is the coding.
TXD 07DF013C
RXF 0441053C0000
RXD 2810
MTH 00090032FFD8
NAM EGT
I have no idea what these codes mean. Do you plug these codes into the scan tool?
 

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I have no idea what these codes mean. Do you plug these codes into the scan tool?
The ScanGauge plugs into your OBDll port. You then create what's called an X Gauge . Basically you make the ScanGauge and the engine computers talk to each other. If there is a temp, pressure, flow, level etc sensor on the car that can talk to the gauge these codes allow that to happen.
 

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The ScanGauge plugs into your OBDll port. You then create what's called an X Gauge . Basically you make the ScanGauge and the engine computers talk to each other. If there is a temp, pressure, flow, level etc sensor on the car that can talk to the gauge these codes allow that to happen.
Oh, nice! That sounds cool.
 

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Where does it state that you have to change it at 132k miles?
As far as I can tell there no recommendation for CVT fluid change unless you tow something
 

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Where does it state that you have to change it at 132k miles?
Not what I wrote... 😸

In the U.S. there is no specified mileage to change it and the chart in the manual goes up to 132K miles.

There is a mileage specified for Canada, though. Odd that they would be different.
 

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Not what I wrote... 😸

In the U.S. there is no specified mileage to change it and the chart in the manual goes up to 132K miles.

There is a mileage specified for Canada, though. Odd that they would be different.
SOA & SOC are two different companies. Anyway, there’s no such thing as life time fluid and it would be wise for you to change the fluid at least 60k miles. Subaru Canada says 100,000km which is about 62,000 miles.
 

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The only difference I see between your coding and mine is the TXD.
Mine was TXD 07E1221017.
I'll double check the actual scangauge, what I typed above was from my spreadsheet. it could have been a typo on my part.
 

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I get the CVT oil on my 2013 XV changed every 50,000kms and had 2 changes so far. First at 100K and the next at 150K (currently 150,000km on the clock).
During the last oil change, it was observed the oil was still perfect and it was decided its good to stick with the 50k intervals for piece of mind. Using Valvoline CVT oil. Genuine Subby oil is not rqd.
The workshop that does this, is well established and well known in my area and specialises in transmissions/gearbox and the funny thing is they rebuild CVTs for Subaru that have 'never' had an oil change!
I also highly recommend to change the diff oil at the same time. Bearing failure can occur due to not changing the oil and it's EXPENSIVE, a big job.

The CVT on my car has no vibrations, works flawlessly. The car is driven with respect, as per it's intended purpose, (not racing) and gets up to 5.8L/100Km on the freeway at best, it averages 6.2 freeway driving.
In winter, it's taken to the snow every two weeks, in summer, the occasional sand drive on the beach and some off-roading out in the sticks for either fun or camping and have taken it on some pretty steep cringeworthy roads and no lack of pawah. Also, I find the CVT is great for tricky situations because it applies the power ever so smoothly and as I always say, it makes the car feel like it claws like a cat. :)

I hope this helps.
 

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I get the CVT oil on my 2013 XV changed every 50,000kms and had 2 changes so far. First at 100K and the next at 150K (currently 150,000km on the clock).
Not following the math here... 😸
 
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