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Old 06-02-2016, 03:46 PM   #1
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Greetings. I have a 2002 holiday rambler ambassador with a Cummings isb 260.Wondering if anyone has come across a good code reader for a j1939 profile.It has a Allison 1000 transmission and a roadmaster ch.Ive had some high end repairs for sensors .I feel electrical abs ,sensors as well as resets would all be valuable areas to understand and analyze.Ive looked at launch products.Has anyone out there found the golden goose of code readers?I would love to hear from you. Thanks rambler65
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Welcome to iRV2.

Here's a couple of things for you to look over .

ScanGaugeD - Advanced J1939 & J1708 compatible Vehicle Monitor for Diesel Pusher Vehicles : Linear Logic

SilverLeaf Electronics, Inc. | Knowledge is Horsepower

Don't know if either will read ABS codes.

Also are you sure about your transmission series
I didn't think the Allison 1000 was ever linked to a Cummins.
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I have a silverleaf system for my 2002 Windsor with 350 ISC.

It provides engine codes but does not provide transmission codes or the ABS codes.

I do have a the ability to recover ABS codes through a diagnostic module located in my front drivers side electrical compartment. I can recovery the blink codes by following instructions in my operating manual.
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I have the scan gauge d, using the codes I was able to diagnose my sensors problem on my CAT 3126b
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ScangaugeD is about the least expensive way to go. On my coach it was a ten minute installation. PPL has them on sale regularly for around $125.
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