How to using CAT Communication Adapter 3 for On-Highway Trucks and ALLISON Transmission

#157-4829 / 507-1011 Adapter Cable Assembly (SAE to CAT ® CAN/ATA). 
#On-Highway Truck (Caterpillar Engine/ C-13 and Cummins Engine Signature/ISX), and ALLISON Transmission (4700RDS). 
Figure 1.1 - CAT Comm 3 and 157-4829 Adapter

Today, I was trying to testing the connection between 9-Pin Deutsch SAE Standard Heavy-Duty Truck Connector, using CAT Comm Adapter 3 with 157-4829/ 507-1011 Adapter Cable Assembly. Usually, I was using Nexiq USB-Link (USB-Link or USB-Link 2) Adapter...
Figure 1.2 - PACCAR/ Kenworth Truck (C-13 and ALLISON 4700RDS)

1). Please make an order for 157-4829/  507-1011 Adapter Cable Assembly.
Figure 1.3 - Adapter Cable Assembly (157-4829/ 507-1011)

CAT Engine C-13
2). Connect 157-4829/ 507-1011 Adapter to Diagnostic Connector, then using CAT Communication Adapter 3 to your PC/ Laptop (refer to Figure 1.1 and 1.2 above).
3). Open your CAT ET Software, and it will automatically connect to the ECM. Read More: How to Connecting Caterpillar ET Software to the ECM.
Figure 1.3 - On-Highway Truck (ECM Summary/ C-13)

ALLISON Transmission 4700RDS
4). I've also checked the connection to ALLISON Transmission 4700RDS using ALLISON DOC Software, through this Diagnostic Port (refer to Figure 1.1 and 1.2 above). Read More: How to Connecting ALLISON Transmission using ALLISON DOC Software.
Figure 1.4 - Communications Adapter Setup (Caterpillar CA3)
-Vendor: CA3rp32
-Protocol: J1939
-Device: Caterpillar CA3
a). Checked Data Bus Viewer, to make sure all the data being sent through the communications link. Read More: Data Bus Traffic View on ALLISON Transmission using ALLISON DOC Software.
Figure 1.5 - Data Bus Viewer (Active)
b). Click on F4-Connect, and deselect the SmartConnect, then click Connect button.
c). On Communications Adapter Setup, click Advanced button, then select Adapter to Caterpillar CA3.
→4th Gen TCM - Protocol J1939
Figure 1.6 - Communications Adapter Setup (Advanced)/ J1939 (4th Gen TCM)
→5th Gen TCM - Protocol CAN-For 5th Gen TCMs
Figure 1.7 - Communications Adapter Setup (Advanced)/ CAN-For 5th Gen TCMs
-Vendor: CA3rp32
-Protocol: CAN - For 5th Gen TCMs
-Device: Caterpillar CA3
d). Attempting to connect to ALLISON Transmission, using Caterpillar CA3 - J1939.
→4th Gen TCM
-Attempting to connect.
Figure 1.8 - CA3rp32/ J1939
→5th Gen TCM
-Transmission Connect warning message: click Accept to continue connection. 
Figure 1.9 - Transmission Connect (Accept)
-Attempting to connect.
Figure 2.1 - CA3rp32/ CAN
-Connected successfully: DTC and General Information.
Figure 2.2 - DTC and General Information

Cummins Signature/ISX Engine
4). Open Cummins INSITE Software, and choose "Connection Settings". Select "Vendor" to Caterpillar, "Adapter" to Caterpillar CA3, and "Protocol" to Auto Detect, then click "Datalink Adapter Connection Test" to verify (Please make sure that the Datalink Adapter is connected to an ECM and the key switch is ON). Read More: How to Connecting CUMMINS Engines using Cummins INSITE Software.
-ECM Connection Wizard (Connection Settings).
Figure 2.3 - Connection Settings (Caterpillar CA3)
Figure 2.4 - The Datalink Adapter is correctly configured
#Connection Settings
-Vendor: Caterpillar
-Adapter: Caterpillar CA3
-Protocol: J1939/ Auto Detect

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