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03 F350 7.3 I cant get My OBDII to read codes

I'm new to Diesel engines. I had a 1998 460 E350 and used an OBDI reader and it worked great. I bought an Autoenginuity ST05 OBDII OEM reader. I hooked it up and all I receive is an error message about my vehicle is not OBDII compliant due to it being over the weight requirements. It has the OBDII plug in the passenger compartment how am I supposed to read the codes if it's not compliant? Any help out there? Thanks.
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I'm new to Diesel engines. I had a 1998 460 E350 and used an OBDI reader and it worked great. I bought an Autoenginuity ST05 OBDII OEM reader. I hooked it up and all I receive is an error message about my vehicle is not OBDII compliant due to it being over the weight requirements. It has the OBDII plug in the passenger compartment how am I supposed to read the codes if it's not compliant? Any help out there? Thanks.
There may be a Ford specific package or add-on?

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Maybe check with AE to see what they say?


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He didn't say what truck. He mentioned his 98 gasser but not which powersmoke he has.

I had a 95 and could read it with a Bluetooth and torque and even do buzz test with carguage. I know there are some Ford specific packages as they don't use the standard communication protocol but something like jcm11111 (not the actual one but it does start with a J).

He could return the AE and for $20 use torque but AE is by far the best as my understanding

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^^ It's in his thread header - " '01 F350 7.3 I can't get My OBDII to read codes"


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^^ It's in his thread header - " '01 F350 7.3 I can't get My OBDII to read codes"
Well chit. My bad. I have a 2001 and can read with torque and carguage

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I asked the Google internet machine and found this but from 2005. I got a similar error when I originally used torque and had to buy a new bluetoof adapter (had to get the obbMX).

Dump that auto xray thing on eBay and go get you a AutoEnginuity scan software. Be sure to buy the Ford Service pack. Without the service pack its pretty much useless. AutoEnginuity supports over 400 sensors for my 01" F350 7.3. I would assume it does about the same for the 6.0.

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I Called Autoenginuity, I guess I have to buy the $199.00 Ford Specific Add on Package because the 2003 F350 is exempt from OBDII because of the weight of the truck So I will have to bite the bullet, Buy once, Cry once I guess! Thanks for everyones input.
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I Called Autoenginuity, I guess I have to buy the $199.00 Ford Specific Add on Package because the 2003 F350 is exempt from OBDII because of the weight of the truck So I will have to bite the bullet, Buy once, Cry once I guess! Thanks for everyones input.
You should not have to buy the Ford add-on with the SP05 as it includes Ford, GM, and Chrysler.
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