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Old 08-01-2023, 01:15 PM   #1
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How do I connect my computer to a Bendix EC80

I am an intern at a consulting company, and I am tasked with researching how to perform a benchtop download, or a download outside of a vehicle, to a Bendix ESP EC80 Controller. It's an ABS controller for heavy trucks and I realize this forum is mostly for cars, but I'm trying to see if anyone can help. I have tried looking into the service manual online, but I have had trouble finding how to connect it to a laptop or computer. We have a Nexiq USB Link-2, which connects most car diagnostics systems through OBDII or other pin connectors, but I donít know what adapter or plug I need to use to connect the Bendix EC80 to the Nexiq. Any and all advice is appreciated.

Here is the link I found to the most recent version of the service manual:

https://n0c357rmy1njbuit2friqwu.blob...986_US_002.pdf
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Old 08-06-2023, 06:02 PM   #2
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Re: How do I connect my computer to a Bendix EC80

Dunno, but it says it uses a J1939 serial link, so maybe look into that.


Maybe get them to buy you this


https://copperhilltech.com/a-compreh...uide-to-j1939/
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