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Cummins Insite 8.5.2 Download, Install and Activation

Free download Cummins Insite 8.5.2
The file is clean but some virus scanner will flag it.
Update to Cummins Insite 8.5.2 only enjoy!!!!
Source: MHH forum.
*** Please try the link at your own risk, the editor is not responsible for any error it may bring you.
How to Install Insite 8.5.2?
1. First unzip 8.5 and run “admininstall” as admin.’ Once Install go to Step 2.
2 Use “Cummins Update Manager and upgrade 8.5 to 8.5.2 ( that means do all update First to 8.5.1 then to 8.5.2)
How to activate Insite 8.5.2?
This method use a sideloader just like 8.3 so will need run 8.5.2 in Simulation mode.
Put the Sideloader folder on your C: Drive
Next go into the folder and you will see “Cummins Insite 8.5.2” Create a destop shortcut to your desktop
Next go to Keygen folder and navigate to folder “EXE” inside that folder you wiil see WLGEN run it
Next double click on your shortcut desktop icon for the Insite 8.5.2 that you made you it will show HWID don’t worry you don’t need to write it down it
will auto copy the hwid
Go back to the WLGEN tool and click on License Manager and then click ” Add License ” Put any Customer name you want  next click Hardware ID and right click to paste the
Hardware ID into the spot.
Make sure set a Date of Experiation or else the sideloder will not work
Next click save then to Create License Key Now go look into the folder that is just made and copy the registery.dat file
Place that file into the sideloader Folder on the C drive that has Cummins 8.5.2 sideloader
Now go back to your desktop and launch 8.5.2 shortcut > I will repeat if ask you click on the simulation
For the Folks don’t know to use the program
This work’s like 8.3  so the zapit and fleet counts are built into the side loader you don’t need no key’s
Only way the zapit will work or show up is to be connected to the ECM. Once connected to a lock ecm it will show up after a few minutes…
Update on 03/31/2020:
For those of you are having problem doing the updates of the folder, the solution is easy.
Run update manger as admin
Then drop the box down to “browse”
Then do the update folder in order
Then 8.5.2
Cummins INSITE Software with Patch:
With patch.
Cummins INSITE Software installation on win7:
OS: win7 32
Language: multi-lingual
Cummins INSITE is compatible with INLINE 6, INLINE 7, DPA5, NEXIQ, NEXIQ2.
Please watch video on how to install Cummins Insite for nexiq:

Scania SDP3 V2.43.1 Installation and Activation

April 2020 latest Scania SDP3 2.43.1 software download, installation, activation, cracking, vci update instructions is provided here for free by engineer.
Software Version: v2.43.01
Compatible hardware: Scania VCI3 or VCI2 interface
Language: English, German, Spanish, French, Japanese, Dutch, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish, Norwegian, Suomi, Turkish, Italian, Czech, Russian, Chinese.
Operating system: Windows 7 32 & 64 bit,  Windows 8/8.1 32 bit, Windows 10 32 bit.
Scania SDP3 2.43.1 software sent by link:
Scania SDP3 2.43.1 General new features
It can support Scania heavy duty trucks and buses till year 2020.
C, K series buses
This issue contains additional support for the next generation of buses.
Electric vehicles
This issue contains additional support for electric vehicles.
New wizard on deleting recall campaigns
The Delete recall campaign message in the instrument cluster wizard has been added. This can be found in the function view under functions for connected vehicles.
System-specific new features
VIS – Extended troubleshooting support for the AVAS control unit, E531
Extended troubleshooting support is available for the AVAS control unit, E531, which manages the acoustic vehicle alert user function. Its purpose is to inform vulnerable road users of quiet vehicle operation by means of an audible signal.
How to Install, Crack and Activate Scania SDP3 2.43.1?
System example: Windows 7 64bit
Step 1: Install setup
Copy and paste Scania SDP3 v2.43.1 software folder to desktop
Install AdbeRdr920_en_US
Press Next
Install Adobe Reader 9.2
Adobe Reader setup has successfully installed. Press Finish to exit.
Open NDP462-KB3151800-x86-x64-AIIOS-ENU to install .NET Framework 4.6.2 setup
Net framework has been installed. Press Finish.
Run Scania Diagnos & Programmer3 2.43.1
Press Next
Accept license agreement
Choose destination folder C:/Program Files (x86)/Scania/ and press Install
* Make sure that the VCI unit and the SDP3 USB key are disconnected from the computer before continuing with this installation.
Installing Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 to 2017 until completed
Step 2: Crack sdp3
Open SDP3 Patch folder
Create a new “fix” folder on C:/
Copy and paste _prereqset64v3 to C:/fix/
Press Start button search cmd and run as Administrator
Copy C:/fix to paste to cmd (shown images below)
Copy _prereqset64v3  and paste to cmd
Crack succeed.
Restart computer
Step 3: Install driver
In SDP3 Patch folder, select proper system driver (here x64)  and install
Driver installed successfully.
Step 4: Activate SDP3 2.43.1 
Open Hardware ID Reader
Copy the HW ID and send it to customer service
We will send you the activation file.
Run file for activation
* You should close the the HWID reader.exe before activation. Otherwise the activation will fail.
Copy SCOMM_SSK.dat and SCOMM_SSK.HL.dll in C:/fix/ folder and replace same files in C:/Program Files (x86)/Scania/SDP3 folder
Restart computer
Step 5: Run SDP3 software
Open SDP3 software on desktop
Run a VCI software update
VCI update successful.
Program is ready to use.
Connect VCI3 with vehicle and run diagnosis or programming.

FAQ John Deere PayLoad (PLD) File Editor

John Deere PayLoad (PLD) File Editor – this is Developer level tool, that allows you to change factory parameters in the PLD files using John Deere Service Advisor.
With John Deere PLD File Encryptor/Decryptor you can:
-Decrypt PayLoad (PLD) file to txt/ini format
-Modify PLD file expiration
-Modify PLD factory options such as speed limit (for example change 40 km/h to 50 km/h)
-Adjust PLD file to different product serial
-Encrypt PLD file
-Program controller with modified PLD using Service Advisor
-Support Windows XP
Example: How to change speed limit with  pld files?
Question about payload files:
I have pld files of my tractor (6330P) 11 in total.
I see in bottom of each files info about my tractor (option, serial number etc)
Question: My goal is up the speed limit from 40km to 50 km. I think I have to change OPTION=3 to OPTION=5, but do I have to edit each 11 pld file?
You were right about the speed limit:
you can change OPTION=3 to OPTION=4 or any other you need.
Speed_30kmh = 1;
Speed_35kmh = 2;
Speed_40kmh = 3;
Speed_50kmh = 4;
Speed_ECO = 5;
Speed_NoiseRed_OOS = 6;
For R models the line is different. ROADSPEEDLIMIT=3 change to ROADSPEEDLIMIT=5 or any other you need.
var RoadSpeedLimit_30 = “1”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_35 = “2”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_3840 = “3”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_40E = “4”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_50 = “5”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_50E = “6”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_55 = “7”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_60 = “8”;
var RoadSpeedLimit_60E = “9”;
After you change it, sometimes you still need to lift the speed manually through the display (depending on the tractor model)
You only need to reprogram transmission controller for that.
If you reprogrammed all of them, some settings might have went to default so you might get up to 5 fault codes that you need to configure with SA.
Does it work with SA 4.2?
Service Advisor is just a tool to use pld. Pld editor works without SA.
I have a question about trying to up the power of a 6330 to a 6430. If I compare the engine pld of both tractor they are identical (just the info in the bottom is different) So I don’t know how it could up the power if all the code is the same??
most pld files are made for various models, the info at the bottom determines which part of the pld file will be used for programming. For example:
Q4: Do you have John Deere PLD file editor for sale?
A4: Sorry, we don’t have PLD files. You can search or download from google.
Related products related to John Deere PLD File Encyptor / Decryptor:

Cummins truck diagnosis CM870 CM871: Inline 7 or Nexiq 2?

Here are tips and guides of those who are looking for a decent truck diagnostic tool for Cummins ISX CM870 and CM871 to read and clear fault codes and do calibration on his/her own.


Purpose: I would like to read codes, reset codes, and be able to calibrate the stupid turbo actuator myself.

Cummins trucks: I have a couple N14’s an 870 and a couple of 871’s


Question: What do I need for Cummins trucks


Professional suggestion:


Option 1: Nexiq USB link 2 + Insite


You need Insite, which comes in a few levels. You don’t really need the pro version, but it is nice to be able to update calibrations since they come out with new calibrations several times per year to fix minor issues. That wont be an issue on the N14’s, the 871’s are still having updates fairly regularly though. You’ll find that many diagnostics tell you to verify that the latest calibration is installed. All Insite levels require a subscription and have a yearly fee. You will not need an Incal subscription if you are only updating calibrations with newer versions of the same cal file, Insite will find and download new calibrations for the connected engine automatically as long as you have internet access.


On top of insite, you’ll need a diagnostic link adapter. I recommend the Nexiq 2 USB link (the genuine or a working china clone at a good price). It supports the most software and is the most popular one.

If you haven’t already, get a quick serve account set up, it free for up to 5 engines. Cummins will want it to set up Insite and if you do it first, it’ll speed up the process. You’ll just give them your username and skip the whole set up.


Option 2: Cummins Inline 7 + Insite


You need an inline adapter & the insite program. Both are available at your cummins distributor. We just replaced our adapter with the inline 7 adapter kit. Comes with all the wiring & plugs to connect to the engine or the connector in the cab. The insite program is available in different levels of functionality. I’m not sure what they are called now but distributor should be able to help you . Calibration changes require the use of incal which is a dealer only subscription.



IMPOTANT: Which option better? Inline 7 or Nexiq 2 USB Link ?


The two differences :
1. Inline 7 has wifi and bluetoot
h at the time, nexiq only one at a time.
2. Nexiq 2 has more protocols than Inline 7, for example the Inline 7 does not work with Hino, Toyota, Isuzu.

  1. Inline 7 runs slightly faster.


You can use inline 7 for everything from ddct to jpro and n14.

From old to new, it works great for programming real fast.

And sometimes cummins only like cummins adapters, like n14 m11 570 stuff like that in some users’experience at least


The final, Cummins Inline 7 wins!


But if you think it’s out of your budget, Inline 5 should be a good option.


Find a Chinese Inline 5. It will come with everything you need and works perfectly fine.


They are only $200 or so with all the programming for a knock off nexiq. They work perfect just never upgrade the drivers or you fry the module on the modem

How to use Cummins Inline 7 Insite 8.3 Data Link

2018 new Cummins INLINE 7 Data Link Adapter has a faster processor, more robust algorithms, larger memory buffers and more sophisticated filtering than previous models while simultaneously accessing multiple vehicle data channels. INLINE 7 supports USB, WiFi and Bluetooth technologies in a single device.

The INLINE 7 Data Link Adapter is designed to function with a wide array of Cummins, OEM and third-party service and information tools, including the following:

  • Cummins INSITE
  • Cummins PowerSpec
  • Detroit Diesel Diagnostic Link
  • CAT Electronic Technician (On-Highway only)
  • Navistar® -ServiceMaxx Fleet Pro
  • Volvo PTT
  • VCAD Elite Mack/Volvo
  • V-Mac Service Tools
  • Allison DOC® For PC Service Tool
  • Allison DOC® for Fleets (1000/2000/3000/4000)
  • Eaton ServiceRanger
  • Bendix ACom
  • WABCO Toolbox
  • Freightliner ServiceLink
  • International DLB, Intune, and IPC v2.02
  • International ServiceMaxx
  • PF-Diagnosis
  • … and many more!




You need to follow steps below to install/setup Inline7 Insite 8.3 software:

1. Inline7 runs the same driver as Inline6

2. Software activation is done via server. Need to confirm by server and it may take some time, after success, the software is combined with your computer.


3. Do not directly open the Inline 8.3 after installed, you need to go through the server software and use Inline 8.3.


4. After Inline 8.3 is authorized successfully, users can use 3 years for free for 70 times, generally the user is supposed to get authorization every month (that is within 3 years, after the times is used up, users can get authorization by themselves). After 3 years, you need to pay extra license.


5.After activation, users are not allowed to change laptop motherboard, RAM and CPU. If you change them, you have to submit the Inline 7 serial number to the seller for activation.


6. The Calibrations in the Inline 7 U disk can be used for 6 months only, after 6 months later you can search “Inline Calibrations” online and download to use.

7.If you install Chinese version insite 8.3, then you have to run “Cummins License Configuration tool” in Chinese; if you choose the other language to install insite 8.3, then run the “Cummins License Configuration tool” in English, because the dealer code is not the same.

Chinese dealer code: 010C

English dealer code: 086N


8.After input Dealer code and serial number, please click on ” Payment success”, then provide the dealer with the serial number for processing in the server. When it is done, click on ” Payment success” again and you will receive a message indicating success.


Used Cummins CM871 EGR DPF: What do to with Insite software?

What does a buyer need to immediately do to a used Cummins DPF motor with regards to emission equipment?


Here are the steps I would go through with a truck owner who just purchased a used truck with an isx, say 08′-11′ CM871 for example, teaching them how to keep these systems healthy themselves,… I am only referring to the EGR/DPF here in this example, skipping other, more obvious things,…Lets also assume the truck has ~380k miles on it and has been neglected, outside of typical shop maint, but runs fairly well in its current condition (typical of a recently purchased used truck)…


First thing is first,…Determine the health of these systems and see what has already been done…


<> EGR cooler, Visual: Looking to see if it has ever been replaced. Replacements are typically silver in color, or show signs of being re-painted. If it HAS been replaced, this is a good sign. Failure rates on these are high during the truck’s first 180-200k mileage range, where the warranty will still cover it. They fail due to settling of the block during the engine break-in period, causing mechanical stress to the unit. Cummins Engineering, when I asked about this in 2010, informed me that it was an 80% failure rate, and that they did studies on loosening/re-tightening the bolts to relieve stress with little results. Replacement is more effective. After that first failure, re-occurrences are not common unless the engine suffers conditions that cause the block to ‘settle’ again, like say changing its governed speed by a large amount and driving it hard at the new speed. Regardless, keep a close eye on coolant levels, marking the tank at a given known coolant temperature.


<> DPF, Visual: Look for signs to see if it has been removed/replaced. If it HAS, this is a red flag. The DPF on a cummins is big enough to sustain a healthy exhaust flow for about 600k+ miles, where ASH, not soot or coolant, will finally cause it to read above 3.0hpa on a constant basis (above 3.0 costs fuel mileage). The only exception to this is if it gets cracked/damaged due to excess road stress or being impacted by road debris (not very common but can happen). Why then is it so common for it to fail or be replaced/cleaned before this mileage range?,…Outside problems, #1 being the after-treatment injector going bad, then second, a poorly running engine that produces a lot of excess soot, or a bad EGR cooler plugging it up with coolant. ALL of witch can be avoided, with good maintenance practices, long before it kills the DOC/DPF. If it has been replaced or cleaned at 380K miles or less, then it is highly likely there were, and are still problems with the engine/EGR system. Removing the DOC/DPF should only be a LAST-RESORT type item when everything else has been done to avoid it, and it is the only thing left, after replacing the injector/sensors with a new ones and force-regening it to determine its actual hpa.


<>Determine/Remove the soot buildup in the EGR system: Remove the IMAP sensor from the intake manifold. Very easy to do, takes less than a minute. If it is buried in soot, and it will be, at 250k+ miles, it is, at the very least, costing you fuel mileage by now, or at its worst, causing turbo problems, power loss, hesitation in the accelerator, and/or excess soot problems. You will get turbo actuator alarms long before you get alarms for this sensor being clogged. Many mechanics are fooled by this, chasing ghost problems in the much more expensive components like the turbo, egr valve, etc. I have the Insite software/ Fault tree software. On its best days, it is only about 30% accurate in dealing with these type of problems. The IMAP sensor, most of the time, can simply be cleaned using a dry toothbrush and NO chemicals. This one sensor has actually put many O/o’s out of business. I have witnessed trucks go from 4-mpg to 8-mpg, just from cleaning it.

Assuming it was in fact covered in soot, you will need several cans of ‘Carb and Choke’ cleaner. NOT ‘Brake cleaner’!!!. Brake cleaner turns everything into a soot magnet. You will have to remove the intake manifold, Venturi (egr mixer) pipe, and Delta-P crossover tubes, washing them out, to bring back the engine’s full fuel mileage potential and New-running glory. The Delta-P (EGR Differential Pressure Sensor), if it is the original from the factory (painted red), it will have to be replaced. It cannot be cleaned properly without it giving false readings afterwards. As this sensor clogs up, it causes EGR valve and EGR actuator alarms and problems, power loss, fuel mileage loss, and ‘turbo-coughing’ problems, quite often without ever throwing a code for the sensor.


<>Clean/Replace Exhaust Manifold Back-pressure sensor: This sensor usually lasts 400-600+k miles before giving problems. It can usually be just simply cleaned, along with its feeder tube, coming off the exhaust manifold. If it is going bad, the turbo will act up. Symptoms can be of,…Turbo-coughing, turbo-lag, actuator alarms, turbo overspin alarms, and/or even turbo inlet temperature alarms. This sensor can actually kill a turbocharger over time, and/or can cause a cracked head or gaskets from excess head pressures generated by the turbo acting up. This sensor can be checked with Cummins Insite software (original or cracked but working version at a decent price ) to see if is reading correctly if it is in question, but its a cheap sensor, so just replace it if its suspect.


<> The After-treatment injector (doser injector): It operates similar to a spray-can nozzle and is located at the turbo exhaust outlet. It is easy to inspect by simply removing the 2 exhaust clamps on either side of it and looking down into the pipe. They start clogging up at 250k+ miles like clockwork, even on engines that run well and have never been idled, causing many DPF and Regen problems when they do. They are easy to change, but only if your willing to drain your coolant into some buckets first (that kinda sucks). Yes it can be cleaned, and that helps the DPF a lot, but NO, most of the time, after cleaning it, will it last very long afterwards. It also costs you fuel and can leak coolant directly into your DPF as they go bad or fail. Not worth the risk of cleaning it if u ask me. The doser injector is also a money-maker for most of the dealers. They will almost always go straight for the DOC/DPF when you visit them, ignoring the injector because of the all-to-typical ‘DOC/DPF Face-Pluged alarm’ that is thrown by the engine, when there is little or nothing much wrong. The engine likes to throw this code way too easily, and many O/o’s fall victim to it when they visit the repair shop, many times, repeatedly, before the actual, more minor problem is found.



To sum all this up,…


every 250-300k miles,…

Remove and clean the IMAP sensor, Intake manifold, Venturi pipe, Delta-P crossover tubes, Exh. back-pressure sensor and feeder tube, and EGR temp. sensor.


Just replace the Delta-P sensor and After-Treatment injector. Then perform a DPF ‘Forced Regen’, ensuring the DPF is still below 3.0 hpa (it will almost always be below 2.0 hpa after a good cleaning by the regen with new after-treatment injector).


cost?,…$300-400 for after-treatment inj., $150-200 for Delta-P, 3 five-gallon buckets for holding your coolant, and a day of downtime, while drinking beer and getting very dirty. If you can change a spark plug for your car or lawn mower, then you are very likely capable of these things as well.


Can a shop do this for you?,…well,…possibly for a few thousand bucks. Not worth taking it to them if u ask me.


Ignoring it,…Countless truck problems, downtime, and thousands upon thousands in repair bills by the truck steeler(dealer) because they will blame the bigger ticket items either out of ignorance, or for extra profit. Most will laugh at you for mentioning simply cleaning these things instead of replacing them.



Maybe this helps someone out there who is already having issues,…Rawze.



BIG THANKS to Rawze from shares his great thoughts with we all


DISCLAIMER: all tips and guides here are posted for the educational purpose. NO ONE will be responsible for what you’ll do. For professional tech support, please go to

Cummins Inline5 Data Link and Insite 7.62 FAQs

Q: Just received a Cummins inline 5 data link adapter and was wondering if it needs to be plugged into an ECM to power on.
A: Yes most of the adapters need the truck power to use them so it will power the adapter off the six or nine pin connector in the truck.
Q: Anyone have an idea how to get Allison Doc 2017 to work with Inline 5?
A: Inline 5 work on J1708 an old J1939, on CAN 250K and 500K dont work, you need a dual can (can1 and can2) rp1210 interface (DPA5 etc).
Q: Any one can tell me how to set INLINE 5 for DETROIT DIESEL DIAGNOSTIC LINK ?????
A: First make sure you have the drivers installed for the Inline 5 on the PC you are using for the DDDL software.
In DDDL software select Tools – Options, the in dialogue box select the connection tab. From there click on SID configuration button. If your Inline driver is installed you should see it on the list in the SID configuration dialogue, select it the click OK.
That’s the basic way to do it in V 7.04 of DDDL regardless of adapter type.
I bought one but can’t figure out how to install the program on my laptop before hooking the unit to my truck.
Q: How to setup Commins Insite 7.5 com port?
A: Here you go…
Q: How to activate the Cummins INLINE 5 INSITE 7.5 7.6?
A: look here
  1. You will get this windows to tell you need to activate it:
  2. Click “OK” and then you can get the ID, and then please send us @OBDII365.COM the ID
  3. We will send back the activation code to you, and then the activation is OK.
Noe that free activation service only be available for those bought Inline 5 from
Q: hi.i bought a cummins inline 5 adapter online.when i connect it to a truck the laptop screen says new device attached and starts the software installation.i have the cummins cd i got with the unit in the cd drive but the computer says no software found.the connector lead from the laptop to the inline adapter is a blue usb cable.can anyone help me with this please?
A: M8, the pc will not find the drivers because they come in an executable manner. You can browse the cd and look inside for the folder named inline 5. Go and find the drivers for 32bit or 64, depending on your OS. Execute them and hook up your adapter – this time the hardware mannager should find them.!!! Regards
EDIT: Got it working.i reinstalled inline 5 from the cd and it still wouldn’t recognise it.i went in to the system devices in control panel and selected to install the driver from their and selected the cummins cd in the cd drive and it finally installed!
Q: installing the driver executable works ok, but after plugging the adapter Windows XP doesn’t find and install anything. Letting it search on the net for “suitable drivers” installs FTDI USB-to-serial drivers…
A: You just need power for the adapter no data to be installed.
The path for the drivers is C:\windows\system32\drivers\uausb.sys
My friend bought Usb link and Inline 5 from china and had a lot of problems with them. He had Nexiq exchanged twice and still is not connecting or just disconnecting. Inline adaptor was the same doesn’t want to connect or disconcerting all the time.
Q: Can someone please help me with a program called cummins calterm,or at least help me out on how to calibrate a ECM after changing the eprom 28c64, the unit fails to communicate with the the cummins insite when I try to put in the new program by the way this is a celect plus ECM
A: Cummins Insite will only communicate with a calibrated ECM, an uncalibrated ECM will bring up a prompt for the user to install a calibration.
With a new chip, the ECM will probably be “seeded”, it needs the base file installed so that Insite will recognize it as a blank “ROM booted” ECM.
To use Calterm, you need to obtain the “E2M” or “ECFG” file for the calibration you are using, these files have the ECM memory locations for the several thousand differenet parameters that make up an ECM calibration.
Calterm uses a different security than Insite, I doubt anyone has cracked it, I have not seen a keygen, or anyone offering registration codes Renesis
Most features can be enabled and disabled using Insite, search the forums, you can get the software and register it, you just need the laptop and cables and inline adaptor. if the feature cannot be disabled using Insite – there is a good reason for it
Q: How can I obtain the “E2M” or “ECFG” file for the calibration? Is it possible to extract them from the Incal DVD, or from the ECM itself? I could not find anyway to get these files. W/O them, my Calterm is basically useless.
A: You need to know someone who works for a Cummins Distributor, only a few Dealers have it, they are the only people who use Calterm. Early engines Celect, C Plus, ISM QSB VP44 and QSK use E2M files, engines after Common Rail ISBe use ECFG files. These files are not contained within the Insite calibration file as far as I know.
Q: I have cummins insite and the inline 5 adapter installed and running on my computer. question is, can I download DDDL (Detroit diesel diagnostic link) software anywhere and use my inline 5 adapter to connect to the trucks? is it possible?
A: Just get the Cummins driver for the inline5. I have the same inline5 running dddl and a bunch of other programs only problem is that it only connects with 1708.
Q: Did you find out if it’s possible to use the CAT adapter for Cummins?
A: Any Rp1210 adapter will work on cummins engine with cummins Insite soft
Q: Is it reliable to get a Chinese Inline 5?

Cummins Inline 6 Software Driver Pinout All Details

Cummins Inline 6 data link:
The INLINE 6 is a highly reliable data link adapter that can be used on a wide range of applications to communicate with vehicle systems via SAE J1708/J1587 and SAE J1939 protocols. Please note that the INLINE 6 is designed to be used with RP1210 compliant software.
Cummins Inline 6 for sale:
Cummins Inline 6 price:
219 usd (27% off)
Cummins Inline 6 software download:
Cummins Inline 6 driver:
How to Install the INLINE 6 software driver:
  • Insert the INLINE 6 driver CD into your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
  • Run INLINE6_Driver_Setup.exe
  • If a Windows Explorer folder opens, select INLINE6_Driver_Setup.exe
Note that on some systems the autorun settings may be set to have the installation
to just begin executing upon CD insertion.
o WINDOWS XP – A message appear stating “The software you are installing has
not passed Windows Logo…” Click on”Continue Anyway”. Click on”Finish” when
installation is complete.
Cummins Inline 6 reflash:
Download the appropriate INLINE 6 zip file by clicking on a link above (note that unless you have a 64-bit Operating System, you should use the 32-bit file).
Unzip and extract the executable file using zip/unzip software.
Click on the Windows Start menu and click Run.
Click on the Browse button and locate the file you have downloaded.
Click the OK button to install the latest INLINE 6 Driver, reflash utility, and firmware on your PC.
Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
Connect +8 V to +50 V power to your INLINE 6 adapter through the DB25 cable you have.
Use your DB9F to DB9M serial cable or USB cable to connect the INLINE 6 adapter to the proper PC communication port.
Follow the Driver Installation and other instructions
Cummins has introduced a new data link adapter that is fully compliant with TMC’s RP1210 standard, and has been designed and environmentally tested to Cummins standards to be rugged and reliable.
Cummins Inline6 diesel engine:
Cummins has become the innovator and technology leader in data link adapters and service tools for diesel engines.
Cummins Inline 6 running with Insite 7.62 works perfect for diesel engines.
Cummins Inline 6 compatibility:
INLINE 5 and 6 is compatible with both PowerSpec and Insite.
PowerSpec versions of 4.2 and later support the RP1210 protocol and are thus compatible with the INLINE 6 and INLINE 5 adapters. See the chart below for an example of the basic connections needed to hook-up to the vehicle data link.
INSITE versions of 7.5 and later are compatible with the INLINE 6 and INLINE 5. Note that INSITE versions earlier than this are not fully RP1210B compliant and may not work with these adapters. See the chart below for an example of the basic connections needed to hook-up to the vehicle data link.
Cummins Inline 6 pinout:
Cummins Inline 6 is capable of autodetecting between CAN
(SAE J1939, SAE J2534 & ISO 15765/UDS) data rates of 250 kB or 500 kB.
Connections are simple with a standard USB interface that provides power to the unit.
A dual CAN channel allows connection to multiple Electronic Control Modules on the same vehicle for increased productivity and support.
Note that you cannot use inline 5 cable for inline 6 adapter …. because inline 6 cable has 2 additional pins
CAN2 High (+) H – 13
CAN2 Low (-) J – 17
Cummins Inline 6 data link adapter user manual:

Is it possible to buy a Cummins Inline 5 clone with success?

Can I buy a Cummins Inline 5 data link adapter from Chinese? Any reliable site to have it?

Yep. Look here – it’s for those who are looking for a Cummins Inline 5 China clone.


Anyone has a good experience of Chinese inline 5? working or not?

Chinese inline 5 adapter is working well for diesel truck
Compatible with both XP and win7
Needs active
Can update, so far the SW is 7.6.2.


I’m wondering if anyone has brought a Chinese inline 5 adapter and if it actually works.

Yes. i bought one about 2 years ago and have no problems…it cost 300 bucks Canadian….hope ya have better luck


What’s the difference of Inline 5 the original and the China clone?

I bought a Chinese Cummins Inline 5 very similar to original, tried both on 12V with cummins insite 7.5 and service maxx v41. Picture original versus clone (original have protective lack paint and stamp on both side)











How to Set up Cummins Insite 7.6.2 on VMware

This is a how-to’s of Cummins 7.62 Inline Reader 5 or 6 installation on virtual machine.


If I buy an Inline 5 or 6 adaptor kit, is the insight software is on this CD as well?


The CD with software it’s usually included, and shipped together with a Cummins Inline Reader 5 or 6 data link adapter. Look here:

INLINE 5 Insite 7.62
INLINE 6 Insite 7.62


Which Windows version should I use with a virtual machine?


You can always use a virtual machine to run any version of windows you may need. But I think I heard guys running INSITE 7.6 on windows 10.


How to setup and install Insite 7.6.2 on Windows vitual machine?


Your Virtual Machine is also known as Compatibility mode in Windows. Before you click on the Install .exe for your program, simply right click the Icon, go to properties, then compatibility and click on run this in compatibility mode and select the operating system you want to run it under.

Cummins Insite 7.6.2 like windows XP or 7 but this will not guarantee it will work I’ve had issues with Ca1t3rm not responding to this at all. So the best bet is what experienced users suggested and buying a windows xp or windows 7 (32 bit) machine and dedicating to truck diagnostics only. NOTHING ELSE. It is now a tool that belongs to your truck. If you don’t treat it that way you run the risk of corrupting programs, files, virus’s, Malware, anything and everything that the wild world web will throw at it. You can also install OEM diagnostic programs for Volvo, International, ABS etc… on this machine. I haven’t found an OEM program that Windows 7 (32 bit) won’t run

You can easily build and have built for you really strong machines being these older windows platforms are cheap. I recommend a Panasonic Toughbook just for the durability of taking a beating and it’s handy dandy carrying handle (it makes me feel professional when I’m all covered in dirt in my 3 piece overalls)


The last – another important note you’d better read:

The site about Why did I buy Cummins Insite 7.62 instead of Insite 8.xx?


Hope this helps you all.