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Perhaps a newer CTIS module that has communications capability could be used in place of the original?This post brings bad news. It is 3am right now, I completed the adapter harness, but the Dana CTIS diagnostic program is unable to communicate with the CTIS module. Even though the communication pins are in the module connector, there is likely no communication transponder within the CTIS, hence why there are no pins or diagnostic port on the vehicles to do so. Adapter harness is correct because my CTIS module powers up and works with the adapter plugged in. Also the communications adapter powers up. I will call the spicer tech guy tomorrow, but he sounds like his age is less than that of my 925A2, so these may be modules he has no knowledge or experience with.
Sorry to disappoint guys, I tried.
There is plenty of info on the board about trouble shooting the CTIS system in other threads. The OP of this thread specifically asked that this thread not be used to diagnose CTIS problems, so you should look in those other threads. If you can't get your answers from searching, ask your question in one of those threads.So, I replaced a front wheel valve that was cracked.. This is the first time I ever had a solid highway light on the ECU! What are the pressures supposed to be, it aired me up to 90psi in highway mode.?.?.?
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