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Old 12-26-2014, 11:40 AM   #1
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Scan gauge 2

I have a 2004 Fleetwood Flair. I bought a scan gague 2 for my motor home and cannot find a plugin for it. The only one I find is a round one. Is this it and if so can I get an adaptor for it?
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I don't think you found the right one. Should be above and to the left of steering wheel.
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Thank you. Hope you are right. Check itin the morning. Headed from NYA to FL and would like to use it.
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Old 12-26-2014, 02:56 PM   #4
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Did you buy the SG with the truck style connection? Or the one with the pickup style OBD2 connection? You need the truck style one, it has a two ended plug for SAE J1939 and J1708 plugs, that is compatible with the style of plug used in truck chassis. Officially called the Scangauge D
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If this is what you bought, then just need to find the plug under your dash area. If you bought what is called the Scangauge II, it won't work.
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Old 12-27-2014, 04:31 AM   #5
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I have the v-10 ford gas job. Not diesel. Do I still need the d style and if so can I order just the plug or is my scan gague no good to me?
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You have the right unit methinks. Mine, as yours, is ODB2. When I connected my scan gauge the jack was very difficult to find. It's either left or right of the steering column. It may have a cap on it that kinda camouflages it, it may point at an angle or be tangled in a wire bundle. I removed a plastic panel under the steering column and finally found mine. Once I knew where it was I could access the jack without removing the panel. Good luck, look harder and methinks you will find it.
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My friends with Ford chassis always seem to have problems finding the OBDII connector. Last one I helped find was tied up in a bundle of wires rapped around right side of steering wheel column. Needed to remove panels and lay on my back to find it.
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Spending tonight in camper and headed for FL in morning so will look tonight. Thanks all.
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