Originally Posted by mikew968
I have a seneca 2015 and just ordered the Scan D. Is that the right one?
Mike - thought I would add a little installation insight. The diagnostic connection on our Senecas is under the dash to the left of the steering column. More or less behind the ignition switch. The ScanGauge connector hangs straight down and is somewhat heavy. It just presses upward onto the connector, held by friction. On mine, a good bump would cause it to fall off, when that happens the display goes dead. I got good at sticking it back on while driving!
Another forum members suggested a way to attach it securely, yet allowing easy removal when/if Freightliner needs to plug in. I drilled and tapped a hole through the side of ScanGauge where it mates with the truck connector. Then I used a small thumbscrew on which I sharpened the end to a dull point. The thumbscrew threads into the side and bites in just enough to hold it securely, yet not damage the vehicle connector.
Thought you might want to know, would be easier to modify before installation.