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Old 07-17-2019, 05:56 PM   #11
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I found a adaptor cable that is fully wired for all pins if anyone is looking for one.
https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3294...56484c4dVb1jqK

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I received my cable today and so far looks good!

Plugs are screw together style as pictured so will have to do a pin out check against my Autel Benz-CV14.

I'll post later if it checks out.

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Old 07-29-2019, 10:30 AM   #12
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I received my cable today and so far looks good!

Plugs are screw together style as pictured so will have to do a pin out check against my Autel Benz-CV14.

I'll post later if it checks out.

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Keith,
Did you end up checking out this plug? did it work ?

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Old 07-29-2019, 10:52 AM   #13
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Hi Lindsay,

Unfortunately it only worked as well as the eBay lead! I could only connect to the CR engine ECU with it.

Pin outs seem very poorly distributed and do not match my Autel Benz CV-14 adaptor. The only pins correctly connected seem to be the Live and grounds and one of the K-lines.

Here is how the pin-outs compare:

Sprinter DLC Function Autel eBay Ali-Express
1 Ground KL31 4,5 4 5
2 Ign On KL15 8 N/C N/C
3 Live KL30 16 16 16
4 Immobiliser 12 15 3
5 Engine rpm 11 N/C 2
6 Central Lock 3 N/C 6
7 Alarm 1 N/C 7
8 SRS/Airbag 6 N/C 8
9 Auto G/Box 15 N/C 9
10 Speed Control 2 N/C 10
11 Add'tl Heating 13 N/C 11
12 IC 7 N/C 12
13 ABS 9 N/C 13
14 CR CDI 14 7 14

When I get time I will try re-soldering the Ali-Express cable to match the Autel adaptor.

At least this is a cheap source of the 14 pin MB plug!

Keith.

And attached as a pdf...

MB 14 Pin to OBD 16 Pin Short.pdf
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Old 07-31-2019, 09:07 PM   #14
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... and as an image: (1st column: 14-pin circular, rest of columns: 16-pin OBD socket)

MB14-to-OBD16cables.png

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Iím having the same problem.. Iíve got 3 different plugs and they are all reading bugger all on the 2003


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Iím having the same problem.. Iíve got 3 different plugs and they are all reading bugger all on the 2003


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Yes , I've given up...I think the Aust T1N is not OBD2 as the US ones are so don't think you will get much out of them unless you use the Merc Star program.

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Default Re: iCarsoft MB11 Scanner

I would imagine your Aus Sprinter is the same as my UK model, a round 14 pin twist lock connector.

I use an Autel MD802 with the genuine Autel Benx CV-14 adaptor and this can access all my modules (only 4 as no ABS, A/C, alarm, etc).

The 14 pin connector is definitely not OBD compliant!

There is a thread under the scanners sub-forum about the 14 pin DLC.

https://sprinter-source.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=77817

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I have just updated my other thread stating that I have successfully rewired the Ali-Express cable and it now allows access to the four modules on my T1N, see link in post above.

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So Keith you have rewired pins 1-5 to line up with the Sprinter DLC configuration but I don't have your Autel MD802 scanner just one from ebay ( maybe even Ali Express) Whats the chance of it working
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