How to use Nexiq with John Deere Service Advisor software

Hi, I have two scanner, John Deere EDL v2 and NEXIQ USB Link. EDL connection with service advisor is perfect. But with usb link, it doesn’t work. The only way where i have connection with usb link is in GetEcuId.

But finally I got Nexiq usb link to work with Service Advisor software

Here is how to operate…

First, you must reflash your Nexiq with John Deere EDL firmware. When you do that, you\ll got EDL as connected device in device manager.

Find original firmware and save it (backup)
C:\NEXIQ\RP1210A\usblink.bin
In John Deere Service Advisor find EDL.bin
I do not remember where it location …
Copy and rename EDL.bin to usblink.bin
replace original C:\NEXIQ\RP1210A\usblink.bin
Go to C:\NEXIQ\Test
open binload.exe
check checkbox – Enable automatic USB-Link firmware update
open CommCheck.exe
firmware will be update
and Nexiq name will be changed – now EDL-Link

Please take a note, that firmware reflash is possible only with original nexiq or HQ nexiq clone, LQ clones can’t be reflashed, even with newer nexiq firmware

It depends on what clone you have, my clone get all updates,works with OBD volvo,and have no issue.

Second, you must modify standard Heavy Duty Scanner Nexiq 9 pin deutsch cable. just simply revert positions of CAN lines. There is two pairs of CAN lines. Here is instruction and picture how to do that here

Standard Nexiq 9 pin Deutsch cable

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How to make Cummins Insite 8.2.0 work with Nexiq usb link

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Cummins INSITE 8.2.0.184 truck software is compatible with Inline 5, INLINE 6, DPA5NEXIQ USB Link adapters. Here’s the guide on use INSIET 8.2 with Nexiq usb link.

Procedure:

Preparation:

Download INSITE 8.2.0 patch

Cummins insite 8.2.0 lite version patch

Cummins insite 8.2.0 pro version patch

Step 1: Install Nexiq drivers

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Run USB-Link_9.5.0.1 setup on desktop as Administrator

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Click Next to start install NEXIQ USB Link drivers
Accept copyright notice
Click Next

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Installing Microsoft Visual C++ 2005

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Click Next to install Device Tester Setup
Accept license agreement

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Tick Device Tester Install, click Next

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Install software on C:/Program Files/NEXIQ/Device Tester,click Install
Click Next
Device tester setup installation completed. Click Finish

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Accept windows security warning
NEXIQ USB link drivers installation completed.

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Click Finish.
Restart computer

Step 2: Install INSITE 8.2.0.184

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Extract INSITE8.2.0.184 zip folder to desktop
Open INSITE 8.2.0 folder

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Open autorun
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Click Manual Install Options->Required Installs->Install INSITE
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Select software language

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Install Microsoft.NET Framework 4.5 Full, INSITE data pack, INSITE CSS service

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Verify PC date and time, click Next
Accpet license agreement

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Finish install INSITE 8.2 software

Step 3: Activate INSITE 8.2.0

Run Cummins INSITE software on dekstop as Administrator
Accept 2 license agreements
Exit INSITE software
Delete all INSITE files on desktop

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Download and paste the Cummins INSITE 8.2.0 pro or lite version patach on desktop

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Run “820 PRO” and send the ID to your dealer

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The dealer will send you user name and activation key

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Paste user name and registration key to corresponding area

Click on Register.

Activation success.

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Now you can use INSITE software with NEXUQ/Xtruck USB Link hardware.

When you purchase a NEXIQ USB-Link

 

When you purchase a NEXIQ USB Link you can rest assured that NEXIQ is working closely with each of the OEM’s to make certain that your purchase will be able to run operate all the OEM software and have the proper connector and communications with the truck.

Kind of like the Rolex, you don’t want to know what is inside the fake USB-Link from China. It might work, it may not work, and it may destroy the customers ECM. Hey, but you saved $50? We can guarantee that when you need new drivers for the next OEM software update that the China built NEXIQ USB Link will not work with the driver updates.

Nexiq’s next-generation NEXIQ 2 vehicle interface is designed to be five times faster than its predecessor and to support heavier bus loads on simultaneous channels. A Bluetooth module with an enhanced data rate has been added to support wireless vehicle-to-PC communication, while the USB connector now is built with a more robust automotive-grade connector and a latching mechanism for increased reliability.

ATEQ VT55 OBDII software is compatible for all Asian and European vehicle brands that require OBD synchronization and its software is updateable by using a standard USB cable connected to a PC. Our very simple PC interface guides the user through a minimal number of steps. An upgradable TPMS tool has never been so important as new Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors are being fitted to new car models at an increasing rate.

What’s the Advantage of Nexiq USB Link 2

NEXIQ USB Link 2 is multi-brand truck diagnostic tool,it includes:volvo,cummins,Bendix, Allison .etc truck software.NEXIQ Support Heavy-Duty, Light-and Medium-Duty Trucks, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT like (Wheel loader, Articulated Hauler and Excavator), Genset.
NEXIQ-2 USB Link
What’s the Advantage of OBD2TOOL Nexiq USB Link 2  ?
1.Fives time faster than its predecessor (125032)
2.Sixteen times more RAM (random access memory)
3.Supports heavier bus loads on simultaneous channels
4.New Bluetooth module with enhanced data rate to support wireless communication (500K b/s on J1939)
5.USB connector is a more robust, automotive grade quality connector with latching mechanism

Description of Nexiq USB Link 2
Class 1 Bluetooth provides up to 100 ft. of wireless freedom
Flexible configuration supports wired or wireless connectivity
Compatible with applications that diagnose engines, transmissions, ABS, instrument panels and more
Reduce reprogramming times with direct USB connection
Mixed fleet capabilities with broad protocol support

The NEXIQ 2 the next generation vehicle interface from NEXIQ Technologies, has arrived. Dependable and rugged, the new USB-Link 2 is five times faster than its predecessor. It has sixteen times more random access memory than the old USB-Link, and it supports heavier bus loads on simultaneous channels.