I went wheeling yesterday and after several hours of wheeling when the jeep was in a spot where I had to work it back and forth to get out, the warning chime that stated "HOT OIL" came on. My Jk is a 2010 that a few months ago went in for a recall and they installed the tranny/t-case fluid temp sensor and warning chime. I have never had this come up after that was installed until yesterday. The only thing I did different, for the first time I set the Superchips programmer to run in crawler mode. (BTW I was surprised how good that mode worked on the trail) I let it cool off for a few minutes and all was fine until I tried to get up a near vertical hill and after 4 minutes of working that hill it went off again. It took place in FL in 95 degree weather. Should I be concerned? Did the programmer have anything to do with the overheating? How conservative is the high temp threshold?