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Cummins INSITE software program

Discussion in 'Computer Applications and 3D Modeling' started by mohaloHD, Jun 13, 2017.

  1. mohaloHD

    mohaloHD New Member

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    Anyone tried using Cummins INSITE on the truck

    The ECM looks identical to the CM2350 used on every other Cummins EPA 2013 engine. I'm thinking if J1939 is enabled to broadcast it might work.

    I did some investigation and a bit of trial and error, and i'm happy to report that INSITE 8.1 will indeed communicate without any issue.

    I'm also able to perform all the factory diagnostic procedures, Cyl perf test, IPT test, Cyl cut-outs, VGT calibration, DEF troubleshooting procedures ETC.... read and clear fault codes,

    You can also pull up regen frequency and abuse monitors, update ecm calibrations as well.
     
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