Where to Find Cable Connections on Off-Highway Equipment (Part 2)
You may have seen our previous blog post, ‘Finding Where to Connect,’ that laid out the connection locations for a Bobcat Skid Steer, Bomag Roller (Deutz Engine), CAT Dozer, CAT Excavator, CAT Grader, CAT Loader, CAT Skid Steer and CAT Backhoe. If you missed it, you can find it here.
If you’re not sure what cable you need, click here to view our cable guide for each make & model of construction, agricultural and industrial equipment.
WHERE TO CONNECT
JLG Aerial Lifts with Duetz Engines
The connection for these machines is found in one of 3 places: behind the panel, next to the ECM or behind the engine.
Behind the side panel:
Most commonly it’s on the back of the engine:
Or behind the control panel:
This is another machine where the connection port changes from model to model. Most frequently it will be found under the seat, engine compartment or behind the seat.
The diagnostic port for this model is under the seat:
This JCB Excavator’s connection is in the engine compartment:
Larger JCB Excavators with MTU engines often have the hookup behind the seat
Telehandlers with Cummins engines house the cable connection on the engine or on the dash. Here you can see the engine port:
These rollers are equipped with Duetz engines – the connection is found in the step compartment:
This telehandler’s diagnostic connection is in the fuse box:
Construction Diagnostic Connection Assistance
Diesel Laptops carries a full range of diagnostic cables, if you don’t see what you’re looking for contact our team.
If you are having trouble connecting your TEXA or Cojali Off-Highway diagnostic kit to your machine reach out to us, one of our trained diesel technicians can help troubleshoot the issue.
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