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  1. TOUGH SOFTWARE Software Bundle 7.1

  2. Presentation Overview • European Software Bundle 7.1 • Vehicle Communication Software (VCS) • EOBD • Trouble Shooter (TS) • MODISTM / SOLUSTM • 7.1 Marketing materials • UK achieved award & testimonials • ScanBay II Enhancements since 6.2 • US Domestic / Asian software bundle 7.1 • Voice Of the Customer • MODISTM PC-Link

  3. European Software Bundle 7.1

  4. European 7.1 Overview • Expanded VCS coverage for 12 major vehicle manufacturers • Expanded TS coverage for 3 major vehicle manufacturers • Expanded MODISTM / SOLUSTM functionality • New EOBD software

  5. Toyota Nissan Honda Ford Land Rover Volkswagen Audi Seat Skoda Volvo Opel / Vauxhall Mercedes Benz Expanded coverage for 12 major vehicle manufacturers

  6. European Asian V 7

  7. European Asian • Additional 3 years coverage has been added. • Coverage now spans 1999-2004 • Additional adaptors required for 1999-2001 • With diagnostic capabilities for engine related components, including • Fuel injection • Ignition timing • Radiator fan out put HI • Injectors

  8. European Asian • An Asian adaptor kit will be available under: • EAK0242E72A ASIAN ADAPTOR KIT • This kit will consists of:

  9. Note on Adaptors • Ignore “MULTI-1 Adaptor” • Use standard delivered power source as: • MT2500 91 POWER ADAPTER

  10. Example of Diagnostic capabilities

  11. Example of Diagnostic capabilities » » » » »

  12. Ford (Europe) V 10

  13. Ford (Europe) • TDCI Injector adaptation (Delphi common rail system) for: • Commercial Transit and Transit connect.  01 – 05 • Mondeo 01 - 05 (not new 05) • Focus 01 - 05 (not new 05)  • Manual SIR

  14. Injector Programming

  15. Injector Programming

  16. Injector Programming • The Injector ID is written on the Injector. When installed in the vehicle it is hard to read. New injectors should have the ID written on the packing, but if not write it down before installing.

  17. Injector Programming • Known Issue on MODISTM / SOLUSTM: • When programming a second Injector the screen freezes. • Work around: • When the operator programmes an injector there is an option to press Y to programme a second injector or an option to press N to finish and come back out of the menu. When selecting Y the screen will freeze – instead select N, it will come out to the Injector Reprogramming menu. Then go in again and chose the next injector to programme, this should be repeated until all injectors are programmed.

  18. Land Rover V 9

  19. Land Rover • Coverage up to 2005 • ABS systems added (2000-2005) • Codes and Data • Bosch and Wabco systems • Defender, Discovery II, Range Rover • Extended SIR Coverage for all models up to 2005 • Climate control • Fault codes • Wabco system • Discovery II

  20. Land Rover • Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) • Codes & Data • New Range Rover • Hill descent control (HDC) • Codes & Data • Discovery II, • New Range Rover • Freelander models • Steering angle ECU • Codes & Data • New Range Rover 2002-2005/6 • Calibration is manual • Adaptation not covered

  21. Hill Descent Control (HDC) • Hill Descent Control (HDC) helps control your speed as you descend steep or slippery slopes. Once engaged, HDC will monitor your vehicle's speed via the ABS sensors and automatically apply the correct braking force for a safe descent. It operates in both high and low range and in both forward and reverse gear, allowing you to concentrate fully on steering and manoeuvring.

  22. Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) • Provides safe handling when accelerating or cornering and includes compensation for trailers. It constantly monitors key indicators, correcting any tendency to over- or under-steer and applies the ABS braking system selectively to individual wheels to correct any tendency to deviate from your chosen line.

  23. Dynamic Stability Control System 1. HDC lamp 4. Steering angle sensor 15. Wheel speed sensors 16. Wheel speed sensors 17. Wheel speed sensors 18. Wheel speed sensors 20. DSC sensor 21. DSC hydraulic unit 22. HDC switch 24. DSC switch 26. DSC lamp A = Hardwired Connection C= DS2 D = CAN bus

  24. REAR LEFT WHEEL SPEED REAR LEFT WHEEL SPEED FRONT RIGHT WHEEL SPEED FRONT RIGHT WHEEL SPEED REAR RIGHT WHEEL SPEED REAR RIGHT WHEEL SPEED FRONT LEFT WHEEL SPEED FRONT LEFT WHEEL SPEED HANDBRAKE SWITCH HDC SWITCH BRAKE SWITCH VALVE RELAY STATUS BRAKE FLUID LEVEL SWITCH BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH FRONT LEFT INLET VALVE FRONT LEFT OUTLET VALVE REAR RIGHT INLET VALVE REAR RIGHT OUTLET VALVE FRONT RIGHT INLET VALVE FRONT RIGHT OUTLET VALVE REAR LEFT INLET VALVE REAR LEFT OUTLET VALVE FRONT CHANGEOVER VALVE REAR CHANGEOVER VALVE FRONT PRESSURE SWITCH REAR PRESSURE SWITCH MOTOR DRIVE PUMP DRIVE STEERING ANGLE ROTATION SENSOR (YAW) ABS PRESSURE LATERAL ACCELERATION DSC SWITCH BRAKE LIGHT SWITCH BATTERY V ENGINE RPM GEAR INFORMATION PID’s for Range Rover DSC

  25. Mercedes V 7

  26. Mercedes • Coverage up to 2005 • Systems from the System ID mode have been added to Vehicle ID mode. This includes: • Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) on non CAN vehicles • Data added • Procedures for unlocking the ABS pistons to be able to replace the brake pads on all non CAN models • Extended SIR Coverage on all non CAN models

  27. Mercedes • New systems added with codes, data and ECU ID including: • Petrol Engine (SIM4LSE, SIM4LDE) • SLK 200 (171) - C Class (203) • CLK 200 (209) - E 200 (211) • Electronic gear selector (EWM220) • SLR (199) - CL Class (215) • S Class (220) - SL Class (230) • MAYBACH (240) • Immobiliser (EZS209) • C Class (203) - CLK (209) • G (463)

  28. Mercedes • Live data added on systems including: • Engine Management (CDI1, CDI2, CDI3) • ABS / ESP • BAS 203 • SLK Class (170) - C Class (202 / 203) • CLK Class (208) - E Class (210) • ESP • CL Class (215) -S Class (220) • G Class (463) • ESP 203 • C Class (202) - CLK Class (208) • E Class (210) • ESPMK25 • ML Class (163) - SLK Class (170 / 171) • C Class (203) - CLK Class (209)

  29. Mercedes (Cont’d) • Live data added on systems including: • Transmissions (FAG) • A Class (168) • Airbag (ARMINCA) • C Class (203) - CLK 200 (209) • TPM (RDK210, RDK220) • E Class (210) • SRL (119) - CL Class (215) • S Class (220) - SL Class (230) • Gear Recognition Module (GRM / EWM414) • A Class (168)

  30. Opel / Vauxhall V 10

  31. Opel / Vauxhall • SIR procedure for all models, which avoids the need for the OEM 4 digit code • Electro hydraulic power steering for: • Astra H • Corsa C • Vectra C • Additional CAN Systems (Codes & Data): • ABS • Airbag • Instrument clusters • Transmissions • Electronic steering

  32. Opel / Vauxhall • SAEJ2411 single wire low speed CAN protocol • For Air Bag and Instrument Cluster • On Astra H and Vectra C • Requires a new key: • EAP0234E70A S-47 • Is included with the new: • CAN adaptor MT2500-88B for the scanner • With MODISTM SOLUSTM

  33. New Systems!

  34. Astra H • ABS – Traction Control – ESP Stability • Codes & Data • Single wire low speed CAN capabilities for Air Bag and Instrument Cluster • Codes & Data • New 4 speed transmission and Easytronic • Codes & Data • Electro hydraulic power steering • Codes & Data

  35. Vectra C • New EBC 430EV ABS systems covered • Codes & Data • Single wire low speed CAN capabilities for Air Bag and Instrument Cluster • Codes & Data • New 5 speed and 6 speed transmissions CV Tronic • Codes only

  36. Corsa C • New electronic power steering systems • Codes & Data

  37. VAG V 9

  38. VAG • Model year coverage to 2005 • Updated SIR Database • More ECU’s are now covered prior to 2005 • Systems from the Expert mode have been added to Vehicle ID mode including: • TPM (Codes) • Instrument cluster for changing language

  39. VAG • Direct link from vehicle ID to expert mode for Engine ECU adaptations on: • Throttle body • Injectors • Diesel pump

  40. Instrument cluster for changing language

  41. Instrument cluster for changing language

  42. Engine ECU adaptations

  43. Engine ECU adaptations

  44. Engine ECU adaptations • This new menu under Functional tests allows the user to alter certain values and functions supported under the control unit being interrogated. • This Option should only be used by technicians familiar with the operation of these adaptive values and functions. • These values and functions, if incorrectly modified, can lead to the control unit being disabled or corrupted and when Technician enters this adaptation menu he/she is greeted with a warning to this effect. Information pertaining to the particular vehicle under test should be to hand when using the Adaptation menu. • The amount of Adaptation channels per control unit and per vehicle varies significantly.

  45. Engine ECU adaptations • For example on a 2003 VW Passat 1.9tdi (Eng AVF) • Ch 02 is the only active Adaptable channel. This modifies the idle speed and normally wouldn't be adjusted but can be adapted to increase or decrease the base idle speed. • Example Procedure (On above vehicle) • Enter Adaptation Menu. • The instruction will ask you to enter a channel number. • The Technician will refer to his information to acquire the correct channel number, in this case we are interested in channel 2. • Enter 002 and press Y. • If the channel supports Adaptation (in this case it will) it will display the stored value. (32768). • If the channel does not support adaptation the tool will indicate so and abort the action. • The displayed stored value in this case is 32768, the technician can now input a new value (i.e 32887) by pressing N. Use the thumbwheel to enter the new number and then press Y to store. • The Idle speed will now be heard to alter.

  46. Engine ECU adaptations • Channel 00 will (on control units that support it) change all settings on the controller to original factory default settings. • Once again it is important to be aware of what each channel represents. The channel numbers are not consistent and are dependant on the type of system control unit and protocol it uses and should not be adjusted without the appropriate documentation.

  47. Engine ECU adaptations • Some common adaptation channels are: EXAMPLE PURPOSES ONLY/NOT FOR USE WITHOUT CONFIRMATION: • Engine (01) • Channel 01 - Idle speed adaptation • Channel 02 - Idle speed adaptation (On TDI Engines) • Channel 03 - EGR duty adjustment (On various but not all TDI engines) • Please be aware that some Adaptation channels will require valid login codes to gain access. These can be obtained from the manufacturer's data.

  48. Engine ECU adaptations • Injector-pump Timing: It is also possible to adjust the injection duration on some (But not all, and again the channel appropriate to this function is vehicle specific).This function be implemented to facilitate easier starting on older engines although this should not be used in place of exhaustive checks to ensure that the fault is not due to something else. • Throttle Body cannot be supported through adaptations; you need to go to Basic Settings under Expert mode.

  49. Volvo V 2

  50. Volvo • Additional 29 Bits CAN Powertrain systems with Codes and Data added for 2000-2005 • These systems are not in vehicle ID. There for go to System ID, Powertrian.