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Old 01-03-2020, 02:07 PM   #1
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Plug in location for OBD2 Reader 2002 Travel Supreme 40

I'm trying to figure out my codes and don't even know where to find the plugin location for the OBD2 card reader.
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Old 01-03-2020, 02:21 PM   #2
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Usually near or under the steering column. Not familiar with your rig.
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I have one behind the dash very close to the steering column. It has a round cover. Lay down under the steering column in front of the driver's seat and with a flashlight look for the approx. 1.5" cover. I believe mine is grey.

There is another in the engine compartment that is very visible on mine adjacent to the electrical cut-off switch.
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Old 01-04-2020, 02:06 PM   #4
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Know what OBD language it is?

Do you know what version or language (OBD) it is I would like to put the Bluetooth adapter on it to be able to view it through an iPad since I have an intermittent connection problem with the gauges.
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I use this one to connect to my Android phone apps:
https://smile.amazon.com/VertHome-Bl.../dp/B076NJYBJ3
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I use this one to connect to my Android phone apps:
https://smile.amazon.com/VertHome-Bl.../dp/B076NJYBJ3
Thanks for that information. Which Bluetooth App do you use on your device to read the information?
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Thanks for that information. Which Bluetooth App do you use on your device to read the information?
So far, just Cummins Fault Advisor.
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Round plug?

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I use this one to connect to my Android phone apps:
https://smile.amazon.com/VertHome-Bl.../dp/B076NJYBJ3
Your OBD port is flat not round? Or do you have a converter?
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Your OBD port is flat not round? Or do you have a converter?
Oooops, I forgot the adapter: https://smile.amazon.com/Mo-Co-So-De.../dp/B011A0IQM2
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Old 01-11-2020, 08:41 AM   #10
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I have a 2002 36ft I took the dash apart and never found the front connector I used the connector in back near the engine to get the data Scangage D did not work. I borrowed a JPro tool (expensive professional tool ) and it worked The connector was a round 9 pin J1939 connector
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When I first went to find mine.. It took me a week.. Honestly... Now I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer but the guy who hid the connector was...
It was up there on the left side of the column taped almost on top of the column... It was a challenge.. I swore and crawled around.. I am no light weight and ave a bad back so it was a challenge.. butit was there..Use a good light and feel around and you will find it...
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This bluetooth reader seems to come with software to show all the engine functions: https://tunersupply.co/products/vehicle_analysis_tool

I wonder if it reads our diesels....
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This bluetooth reader seems to come with software to show all the engine functions: https://tunersupply.co/products/vehicle_analysis_tool

I wonder if it reads our diesels....
I read comments that someone had it work by using a J1939 adapter I think this one may be a better bet http://www.bluefire-llc.com/

This is a link to a big discussion of this reader VMSPC replacement option
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Mine is located in the engine compartment.
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