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Old 01-07-2017, 08:46 AM   #1
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OBD-II connection location 1998 Intrigue 40....8.3 Cummins 6CTA 325 hp- DynoMax Chassis
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OBD-II connection location 1998 Intrigue 40....8.3 Cummins 6CTA 325 hp- DynoMax Chassis
I've seen the D Shell connectors either properly mounted in a steel flange or simply tucked out of the way like it was a bother. Typically the OE wiring harness will try to locate the connector in the vicinity of the steering wheel.
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Look in the last bay on the passenger side. There are a couple of round plugs plus your block heater plug
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Diesels typically use J1939 protocol not OBD-II. Often there is a connector under the dash near the driver's left leg and/or in or near the engine compartment. Our coach has one under the dash and one in the fuel filter compartment located all the way aft on the passenger side.



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Diesels typically use J1939 protocol not OBD-II. Often there is a connector under the dash near the driver's left leg and/or in or near the engine compartment. Our coach has one under the dash and one in the fuel filter compartment located all the way aft on the passenger side

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Look in the last bay on the passenger side. There are a couple of round plugs plus your block heater plug
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Cummins shows the 6CTA engine as a generator engine from what I've found.
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