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Old 03-09-2015, 12:47 PM   #1
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code readers

can someone please recommend a good scanner?
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For what ?
A lot of people here use the Silver Leaf VSpc for Cummins diesels.
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I'm gonna suggest one of the ScanGauge products. They're a code-reader that can also reset stored codes, as well as can monitor/display almost anything that the engine computer is putting out on the diagnostic line. I see you have a Windsor and you'd use the ScanGauge D version. I have the gas engine versions in both cars, too.

Ok, Johnboy2 just beat me to my other suggestion... the VMSpc. Awesome product.
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