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Multi-Diag Truck Diagnostic Tool Bluetooth Multi-Language Heavy Duty

by ken hu

MULTI-DIAG TRCUK Heavy Duty Diagnostic tool is the most powerful diagnostic tool for heavy duty bus, and light vehicles. Multi-diag Truck covers all European trucks, buses and light vehicles. Besides, it also support a number of models in other regions, such as FORD, NISSAN and so on. There is no limit to use the Multi-Diag truck software, when you have done with the software 2 years later, you can active again and go on use two years.

The following are specific features of MULTI-DIAG TRCUK Heavy Duty Diagnostic tool.
1.Read and Erase Diagnostics trouble codes (DTC)
2. Display fault codes with a code and description
3. Display storewd trouble codes with time stamp
4. Service interval reset (Maintenance systems)
5. Relearn a new clutch(MAN FFR, MB FR, Renault TECU, VOLVO TECU)
6. Relearn new pedal (MAN FFR)
7. Level regulation suspension systems (ECAS, ELC, HM,NR)
8. Calibration of brake pads (VOLVO TRUCKS)
9. Adblue systems diagnostics (Mercedes, VOLVO,DAF, IVECO)
10. Adjust brake pressures (Expert mode)
11. Calibration of pressured air system

The ACTIA MULTIDIAG TRUCK not only provides you with excellent diagnostics features, it also integrates a full workshop information system. Model and system specific information is directly linked with the selected model or system. This gives you direct access to the following information: Default values and expected values compared to your measurements maintenance plans and maintenance checklists Torque information, amount of oil and liquid levels Specific tests of components or component groups. With values hints how to test them Graphics and drawings of components and where to find them in the truck.

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