What is the Best Diagnostic Tool?
Thursday, April 30, 2020

What is the Best Diagnostic Tool?


The automobile industry was affected by the technology that changes and progresses more rapidly every day, just like other sectors. Our masters had to find the problem manually and repair the malfunctions in old vehicles with mechanical systems and the repairs of these malfunctions. The electrical parts and features of the newly produced vehicles are more than the old ones. As such, it has become quite difficult to detect malfunctions in vehicles. It is precisely in this case that our masters have come to the rescue of tools and diagnostic devices. In this way, the transformation from mechanical systems to electronics has begun.


In order for the electronic components, which are quite abundant in modern vehicles, to work in the most healthy way, all information is located in the Electronic Control Unit of the vehicles we call ECU (Electronic Control Unit). Malfunctions occurring in your vehicle are transmitted to the vehicle brain. It communicates with the vehicle brains with the help of fault detection devices and allows you to view the faults transmitted to the vehicle brain within seconds. In addition to fault reading, these devices allow many operations such as adaptation, calibration, injector coding, oil reset, service light extinguishing on vehicles in a short time.

OBD (On-Board DIagnostics) is a socket that started to be used in the 1970s to see the problems in engines used in the automotive industry. The main purpose of the OBD device is to determine the malfunctions that cause the increase of exhaust emissions, to detect them and to inform the user. OBD I and OBD II in America; In European countries, after the implementation of EOBD Standards, the scope of the OBD device was expanded in the 1990s and it also started to detect and communicate in engine control, chassis, body and electronic systems.

OBD; In 1991, the USA California Air Resources Board (CARB) made it mandatory for vehicles used in the United States to be OBD compliant.

OBD-II (OBD2): In 1996, OBD2 was made compulsory for vehicles sold in America.

EOBD; In accordance with the EOBD standards adopted in Europe in 2001, the use of OBD in gasoline powered cars was mandatory. In 2003, diesel cars in Europe joined this caravan.

With an interface program and a standard OBD socket diagnostic device, on the vehicle;

Fault detection

Fault reading

Delete fault

Part introduction


Adaptation or calibration

Operations such as viewing live values ​​can be performed.

Fault detection devices are divided into 2 groups as Passenger Cars and Heavy vehicles.

With the devices produced by Autel, which is one of the leading diagnostic devices that you can use in passenger cars, you can successfully perform your diagnostic operations on the vehicles. In addition, you can successfully perform service operations such as steering angle sensor reset, oil maintenance reset, service interval reset on vehicles.

Major Autel diagnostic devices;

Autel MaxiSYS Elite

Autel MaxiSYS 908S Pro

Autel MaxiSYS MS906BT

Autel MaxiDAS DS808

Autel MaxiCheck MX808

Autel MaxiDİAG MD808 Pro

You can successfully perform many operations on vehicles with such devices.

With the Jaltest diagnostic device used in heavy vehicle group vehicles, you can operate on all vehicle groups such as trucks, trucks, buses, construction machines, agricultural machines, marine with a single device. You can trade. You can successfully perform all service operations on vehicles with fault detection, coding, adaptation and calibration operations. In addition, with the Jaltest device, you can communicate with Wabco, Knorr, Haldex brake systems, you can perform continuous braking, intermittent braking, sudden braking checks and APM tests on the simulation.

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