No Part Of This Manual May Be Reproduced Stored Autel-Books Pdf

No part of this manual may be reproduced stored Autel
13 Jun 2020 | 19 views | 0 downloads | 114 Pages | 3.85 MB

Share Pdf : No Part Of This Manual May Be Reproduced Stored Autel

Download and Preview : No Part Of This Manual May Be Reproduced Stored Autel


Report CopyRight/DMCA Form For : No Part Of This Manual May Be Reproduced Stored Autel



Transcription

Safety Information, For your own safety and the safety of others and to prevent damage to the device and. vehicles upon which it is used it is important that the safety instructions presented. throughout this manual be read and understood by all persons operating or coming into. contact with the device, There are various procedures techniques tools and parts for servicing vehicles as. well as in the skill of the person doing the work Because of the vast number of test. applications and variations in the products that can be tested with this equipment we. cannot possibly anticipate or provide advice or safety messages to cover every. circumstance It is the automotive technician s responsibility to be knowledgeable of the. system being tested It is crucial to use proper service methods and test procedures It. is essential to perform tests in an appropriate and acceptable manner that does not. endanger your safety the safety of others in the work area the device being used or. the vehicle being tested, Before using the device always refer to and follow the safety messages and applicable. test procedures provided by the manufacturer of the vehicle or equipment being tested. Use the device only as described in this manual Read understand and follow all. safety messages and instructions in this manual, Safety Messages. Safety messages are provided to help prevent personal injury and equipment damage. All safety messages are introduced by a signal word indicating the hazard level. Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which if not avoided will result in death or. serious injury to the operator or to bystanders, Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which if not avoided could result in death or.
serious injury to the operator or to bystanders, Safety Instructions. The safety messages herein cover situations Autel is aware of Autel cannot know. evaluate or advise you as to all of the possible hazards You must be certain that any. condition or service procedure encountered does not jeopardize your personal safety. When an engine is operating keep the service area WELL VENTILATED or attach a. building exhaust removal system to the engine exhaust system Engines produce. carbon monoxide an odorless poisonous gas that causes slower reaction time and. can lead to serious personal injury or loss of life. Do Not Turn the Volume Up Too Loud When Using Headphones. Listening at high volumes that over stimulate the ear for long periods of time may result. in loss of hearing, SAFETY WARNINGS, Always perform automotive testing in a safe environment. Wear safety eye protection that meets ANSI standards. Keep clothing hair hands tools test equipment etc away from all moving or hot. engine parts, Operate the vehicle in a well ventilated work area for exhaust gases are. Put the transmission in PARK for automatic transmission or NEUTRAL for. manual transmission and make sure the parking brake is engaged. Put blocks in front of the drive wheels and never leave the vehicle unattended. while testing, Be extra cautious when working around the ignition coil distributor cap ignition. wires and spark plugs These components create hazardous voltages when the. engine is running, Keep a fire extinguisher suitable for gasoline chemical and electrical fires nearby.
Do not connect or disconnect any test equipment while the ignition is on or the. engine is running, Keep the test equipment dry clean free from oil water or grease Use a mild. detergent on a clean cloth to clean the outside of the equipment as necessary. Do not drive the vehicle and operate the test equipment at the same time Any. distraction may cause an accident, Refer to the service manual for the vehicle being serviced and adhere to all. diagnostic procedures and precautions Failure to do so may result in personal. injury or damage to the test equipment, To avoid damaging the test equipment or generating false data make sure the. vehicle battery is fully charged and the connection to the vehicle DLC is clean and. Do not place the test equipment on the distributor of the vehicle Strong. electro magnetic interference can damage the equipment. 1 USING THIS MANUAL 1, CONVENTIONS 1, 2 GENERAL INTRODUCTION 3. MAXISYS DISPLAY TABLET 3, VCI J2534 ECU PROGRAMMING DEVICE 7.
ACCESSORIES KIT 9, 3 GETTING STARTED 12, POWER UP 12. POWER DOWN 15, 4 DIAGNOSTICS 17, ESTABLISH VEHICLE COMMUNICATION 17. GETTING STARTED 21, VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION 23, NAVIGATION 26. MAIN MENU 29, DIAGNOSIS 30, PROGRAMMING AND CODING 42. GENERIC OBD II OPERATIONS 45, EXIT DIAGNOSTICS 48, 5 SERVICE 50.
OIL RESET SERVICE 50, ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE EPB SERVICE 51. TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM TPMS SERVICE 51, BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BMS SERVICE 52. STEERING ANGLE SENSOR SAS SERVICE 52, DIESEL PARTICLE FILTER DPF SERVICE 53. IMMOBILIZER IMMO SERVICE 54, 6 MAXIFIX 55, NAVIGATION 55. OPERATIONS 58, 7 SHOP MANAGER 63, VEHICLE HISTORY 64.
WORKSHOP INFORMATION 66, CUSTOMER MANAGER 66, 8 DATA MANAGER 70. OPERATIONS 70, 9 SETTINGS 74, OPERATIONS 74, 10 UPDATE 79. 11 VCI MANAGER 81, BT PAIRING 82, 12 REMOTE DESK 83. OPERATIONS 83, 13 SUPPORT 85, PRODUCT REGISTRATION 85. SUPPORT SCREEN LAYOUT 85, MY ACCOUNT 86, USER COMPLAINT 87.
DATA LOGGING 89, COMMUNITIES 89, TRAINING CHANNELS 91. FAQ DATABASE 91, 14 ACADEMY 93, 15 QUICK LINK 94, 16 MAXISCOPE 95. 17 DIGITAL INSPECTION 96, ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES 97. OPERATIONS 100, 18 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE 102, MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS 102. TROUBLESHOOTING CHECKLIST 102, ABOUT BATTERY USAGE 103.
SERVICE PROCEDURES 104, 19 COMPLIANCE INFORMATION 107. 20 WARRANTY 109, 12 MONTH LIMITED W ARRANTY 109, 1 Using This Manual. This manual contains device usage instructions, Some illustrations shown in this manual may contain modules and optional equipment. that are not included in your system, Conventions, The following conventions are used. Bold text is used to highlight selectable items such as buttons and menu options. Notes and Important Messages, A NOTE provides helpful information such as additional explanations tips and.
New batteries reach full capacity after approximately 3 to 5 charging and discharging. IMPORTANT indicates a situation which if not avoided may result in damage to the. tablet or vehicle, Keep the cable away from heat oil sharp edges and moving parts Replace damaged. cables immediately, Hyperlinks or links that take you to other related articles procedures and illustrations. are available in electronic documents Blue italic text indicates a selectable hyperlink. and blue underlined text indicates a website link or an email address link. Illustrations, Illustrations used in this manual are samples and the actual testing screen may vary for. each vehicle being tested Observe the menu titles and on screen instructions to make. correct option selection, Procedures, An arrow icon indicates a procedure. To use the camera, 1 Tap the Camera button The camera screen opens.
2 Focus the image to be captured in the view finder. 3 Tap the blue circle The view finder now shows the captured picture and. auto saves the taken photo, 2 General Introduction. The MaxiSys MS908S Pro Diagnostic Platform is an evolutionary smart solution for. specialized automotive diagnosis Utilizing the powerful Cortex A7 A15 six core. processor and a 9 7 inch LED capacitive touch screen combined with the best. possible coverage of OE level diagnostics and based on the revolutionary. multitask capable Android Operating system the MaxiSys organizes information with. test instrumentation to help you diagnose symptoms codes and customer complaints. easily quickly and efficiently, There are two main components to the MaxiSys system. MaxiSys Display Tablet the central processor and monitor for the system. Vehicle Communication Interface VCI the device for accessing vehicle data. This manual describes the construction and operation of these devices and how they. work together to deliver diagnostic solutions, MaxiSys Display Tablet. Functional Description, Figure 2 1 MaxiSys Tablet Front View. 1 9 7 LED Capacitive Touch Screen, 2 Ambient Light Sensor detects ambient brightness.
3 Microphone, Figure 2 2 MaxiSys Tablet Back View, 1 Audio Speaker. 2 Collapsible Stand extends from the back to allow hands free viewing of the tablet. at a 30 degree angle, 3 Camera Lens, 4 Camera Flash. Figure 2 3 MaxiSys Tablet Left Side, 1 Mini SD Secure Digital Card Slot. 2 Mini USB Universal Serial Bus Port it cannot be used at the same time with the. No 4 USB Port in Figure 2 4 MaxiSys Tablet Top View. 3 Head Phone Jack, Figure 2 4 MaxiSys Tablet Top View. 1 DC Power Supply Input Port, 2 HDMI High Definition Multimedia Interface Port.
3 USB Port, 4 USB Port it cannot be used at the same time with the Mini USB Port in Figure 2 3. MaxiSys Tablet Left Side, 5 Lock Power Button long press to turn on and off MaxiSys or short press to lock. the screen, Power Sources, The tablet can receive power from any of the following sources. Internal Battery Pack, AC DC Power Supply, Vehicle Power. Please charge the battery with the ambient temperature between 0 C and 45 C If. charge the battery when the temperature is out of range the battery may catch on fire. Internal Battery Pack, The tablet can be powered with the internal rechargeable battery which if fully charged.
can provide sufficient power for about 7 5 hours of continuous operation. AC DC Power Supply, The tablet can be powered from a wall socket using the AC DC power adapter The. AC DC power supply also charges the internal battery pack. Vehicle Power, The tablet can be powered from the cigarette lighter or other suitable power port on the. test vehicle through a direct cable connection The vehicle power cable connects to the. DC power supply port on the top side of the display unit. Technical Specifications, Table 2 1 Tablet Specifications. Item Description, Operating System AndroidTM 4 4 2 KitKat. Samsung Exynos Six core Processor 1 3GHz, Processor Quad core ARM Cortex A7 1 7GHz Dual core.
ARM Cortex A15, Memory 2GB RAM 64GB On board Memory. Display 9 7 inch LED capacitive touch screen with 1024x768. resolution, Connectivity Wi Fi 802 11 a b g n ac, BT v 2 1 EDR. SD Card Support up to 32GB, Camera rear 8 0 Megapixel AF with Flashlight. Sensors Gravity Accelerometer Ambient Light Sensor ALS. Audio Microphone, Input Output Dual Speakers, 3 Band 3 5 mm stereo standard headset jack. Power and Battery 11000 mAh 3 7 V lithium polymer battery. Charging via 12 V AC DC power supply with the, temperature between 0 C and 45 C.
Input Voltage 12 V 9 24 V, Consumption, Operating Temp 0 to 50 C 32 to 122 F. Storage Temp 20 to 60 C 4 to 140 F, Dimensions WxHxD 300 mm 11 81 x 220 mm 8 66 x 50 mm 1 97. Weight NW 1 42 kg 3 13 lb, GW 8 052 kg 17 75 lb, Item Description. Protocols ISO 9142 2 ISO 14230 2 ISO 15765 4 K L Line. Flashing Code SAE J1850 VPW SAE J1850 PWM, CAN ISO 11898 Highspeed Middlespeed. Lowspeed and Singlewire CAN GM UART UART, Echo Byte Protocol Honda Diag H Protocol TP 2 0.
TP 1 6 SAE J1939 SAE J1708 Fault Tolerant CAN, VCI J2534 ECU Programming Device. Functional Description, Figure 2 5 J2534 ECU Programming Device. 1 DC Power Supply Input Port, 2 Vehicle Data Connector. 3 Vehicle LED, Flashes green when the device is communicating with the vehicle s system. Do not disconnect the programming device while this status light is on If the flash. programming procedure is interrupted while the vehicle s ECU is blank or only partially. programmed the module may be unrecoverable, 4 Connection LED.
Lights solid green when the device is properly connected with the tablet via the. Lights solid blue when the device is connected with the tablet via wireless BT. connection, 5 Power LED, Lights solid green when the device is powered on. Blinks red when system failure occurs, Lights amber automatically at power up when the device is self testing. 6 USB Port, J2534 Programming Capability, The J2534 ECU Programming Device is a SAE J2534 1 2 compliant PassThru. programming interface device Using the updated OEM software it is capable of. replacing the existing software firmware in the Electronic Control Units ECU. programming new ECUs and fixing software controlled drivability issues and emission. Communication, The J2534 ECU programming device supports BT and USB communications It can. transmit vehicle data to the tablet with or without a physical connection The working. range of the transmitter through BT communication is 210 feet about 70 m A signal. lost due to moving out of range automatically restores itself when the tablet unit is. brought closer to the VCI unit, Power Sources, The J2534 programming device can receive power from both of the following sources.
Vehicle Power, AC DC Power Supply, Vehicle Power, The J2534 programming device operates on 12 volt vehicle power which it receives. through the vehicle data connection port The device powers on whenever it is. connected to an OBD II EOBD compliant data link connector DLC For non OBD. II EOBD compliant vehicles the device can be powered from a cigarette lighter or other. suitable power port on the test vehicle using the . Autel cannot know evaluate or advise you as to all of the possible hazards You must be certain that any condition or service procedure encountered does not jeopardize your personal safety DANGER When an engine is operating keep the service area WELL VENTILATED or attach a building exhaust removal system to the engine exhaust system Engines produce iii carbon monoxide an odorless

Related Books

BIBLE DOCTRINES

BIBLE DOCTRINES

The outlines in the lesson are about Biblical groups of geographic or historical places or events used in relation to some of the key terms This method permits students to have ready for use vast amounts of material but initially responsible for relatively few key terms and definitions The teacher using the Bible and handbook introduces a key term and discusses it Then he sheintroduces

BibleWorks 9 is here

BibleWorks 9 is here

Study Bible edition make it a must have item For only 20 all text articles images and maps from the ESV Study Bible are included along with an index of maps and illustrations We took particular care to present high resolution versions of all images and maps The notes track and display in the main window next to any Bible

The Land and Bible Full Sept 13 A4 BiblePlaces com

The Land and Bible Full Sept 13 A4 BiblePlaces com

The Land and the Bible is a more in depth commentary compared to the shorter edited commentary The Satellite Bible Atlas takes a conservative view of biblical chronology accepting chronological numbers given in the Bible at face value Various other methodologies and dates have been proposed in association with biblical chronology including the view that Abraham Moses Joshua or David

Chapter 1 Modern Analytical Chemistry 2

Chapter 1 Modern Analytical Chemistry 2

it into five fields organic chemistry inorganic chemistry biochemistry physical chemistry and analytical chemistry Although this division is historical and perhaps arbitrary as witnessed by current interest in interdisciplinary areas such as bioanalytical chemistry and organometallic chemistry these five fields remain the simplest division spanning the discipline of chemistry

CHM 8304 Physical Organic Chemistry

CHM 8304 Physical Organic Chemistry

Physical Organic Chemistry Kinetic analyses Scientific method proposal of a hypothesis conduct experiments to test this hypothesis confirmation refutation the trait of refutability is what distinguishes a good scientific hypothesis from a pseudo hypothesis see Karl Popper 2 CHM 8304 Kinetic analyses 2 Proof of a mechanism a mechanism can never really be

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY download e bookshelf de

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY download e bookshelf de

Physical organic chemistry is a relatively modern field with deep roots in chemistry The subject is concerned with investigations of organic chem istry by quantitative and mathematical methods The wedding of physical and organic chemistry has provided a remarkable source of inspiration for both of these classical areas of chemical endeavor Further the potential for new developments

CHEM 3580 Methods in Physical Organic Chemistry

CHEM 3580 Methods in Physical Organic Chemistry

CHEM 3580 Methods in Physical Organic Chemistry Course Outline for Winter 2014 Course Instructor and Laboratory Supervisor Dr Horace Luong Office 264B Parker Phone number 474 7916 E mail luong cc umanitoba ca Office hours MTWF 1 30 2 30 pm Lecture Lectures are held in room 539 Parker on Monday Wednesday and Friday 11 30 am 12 20 pm Prerequisite The prerequisite for this course is

LE DESSIN TECHNIQUE

LE DESSIN TECHNIQUE

Le dessin technique HISTORIQUE Le dessin technique est un outil d expression graphique et de communication technique Au cours de son volution l homme a rapidement prouv le

Tissue Engineering I Overview MIT OpenCourseWare

Tissue Engineering I Overview MIT OpenCourseWare

TISSUE ENGINEERING Problems with Tissue EngineeringTissue Engineering Most tissues cannot yet be produced by tissue engineering i e in vitro Implantation of tissues produced Implantation of tissues produced in vitro may not remodel may not remodel in vivovivo and may not become integrated with bonded to host tissue in the

Software engineering notes Veer Surendra Sai University

Software engineering notes Veer Surendra Sai University

LECTURE NOTES ON SOFTWARE ENGINEERING amp OOAD CODE MCA 201 By Asst Prof Mrs Mrs Etuari Oram Asst Prof Mr Sanjib Kumar Nayak Asst Prof Mr Bighnaraj Naik SYLLABUS Module I 10 Lectures Introductory concepts Introduction definition objectives Life cycle Requirements analysis and specification Design and Analysis Cohesion and coupling Data flow oriented Design Transform

LECTURE NOTES svecw edu in

LECTURE NOTES svecw edu in

department of electrical amp electronics engineering course electrical measurements branch electrical and electronic engineering class iii i sem year 2013 14 lecture notes shri vishnu engineering college for women vishnupur bhimavaram 534202