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Scangauge II or SG Diesel?

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Was at a camping world a while ago and gave it some thought. If I'm gonna pick one of these up, which one should I be getting? Looks like everyone has the SGII. But why do they make the diesel then? http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/item/scangauge-ii/55455 http://www.campingworld.com/shopping/item/scangauge-diesel/61464

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Interesting. Never seen that version before. I see a couple of features the diesel version has that I like. Not sure what constitutes it as a "diesel" specific though. I think you should be our resident guinea pig and tell us how it works! JR

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The diesel specific part is in the design of the connector...it's not an OBDII style plug, its the j plug, more commonly found on commercial heavy duty engines;  it's a round plug, 6 or 9 pin.  This is why they say diesel specific, and probably why they're selling it at Camping World, due to the class A motorhomes they service and sell.

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