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Old 10-21-2020, 08:04 PM   #29
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Just updated my Bluefire App and changed my dash adding the DEF Temp and DEF Concentration gauges, nice to be able to monitor these two things.
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I just swapped out my Scangauge D for the new BlueFire bluetooth J1939 adapter. I mounted an iPad mini on my dash. Features are incredible and company releases new features all the time. You can monitor all kinds of engine, fluid level, etc. data. Very flexible interface and the trip features are great. You can also view and clear codes. Very reasonably priced - about the same as Scangauge.

I bought my Scangauge D for one reason - to be able to monitor transmission temp. The BlueFire is liking having an onboard computer system to monitor your chassis, trip, etc. Similar to higher end systems like VMSpc by Silverleaf at way lower cost.
You might find this 9 page Bluefire thread interesting and informative.
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Just updated my Bluefire App and changed my dash adding the DEF Temp and DEF Concentration gauges, nice to be able to monitor these two things.
Totally agree. That rocks. A number of us with Freightliners have had issues with either DEF heater lines reversed or the valve failing. This causes the DEF tank heater to run hot coolant through the DEF tanks when it shouldn't. DEF temps should be less than 15 degrees above ambient and DEF concentration should be above 30.5. This gives you great visibility what's happening in that system.
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does anyone have a good M2 106 dashboard for an iPad Air they want to share???
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Old 01-18-2021, 12:13 PM   #33
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Blue fire code reading

I just had to return my Cummins inline mini because it will not sync up with my ISB Cummins motor. I’m seeing a lot of talk about gauges and not much on code reading. I have a stop engine light on and not around a shop that can read. If anyone can help with code reading I thank you in advance. I have a 2005 Fleetwood Bounder 38N Cummins Diesel pusher.
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I just had to return my Cummins inline mini because it will not sync up with my ISB Cummins motor. Iím seeing a lot of talk about gauges and not much on code reading. I have a stop engine light on and not around a shop that can read. If anyone can help with code reading I thank you in advance. I have a 2005 Fleetwood Bounder 38N Cummins Diesel pusher.
Do you have the older 6 pin round diagnostic connector, or the black 9 pin? The newest style is a green 9 pin, you definitely should not have that one.

I have the 6 pin round, that's the older style and not many code systems have that. What you might want is an Xtool scanner, I have one of these and it can communicate with my 2001 engine and pull a lot more information than my Scangauge-D can. Here's a link to the unit I bought:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/XTOOL-HD900...gAAOSwzVdf2Ev3
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old thread but

they aren't in business anymore?
every thing shown out of stock.
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This says there 68 in stock for the Android.

https://bluefire-llc.com/store/9-pin...ndroid-adapter
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