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OTC Tool Guy Pegisys Direct - Hit Technician No Scan Tool Communication

When setting up the the tool and connecting it to the vehicle, there is no communication to and from the tool and the vehicle.


 


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Pegisys Webinar Mode 6 Part 1 April 21, 2011
Diagnosing with Mode 6. This webcast will show you how to use Mode 6 to diagnose common fault problems such as misfires, EGR systems, Catalytic Converter failures, and much more. We will walk you through the theory of Mode 6 and why it is important, the specifics of





Using the Scantool and Scope with the Pegisys PART 3
G Jerry Truglia of Technicians Service Training is presenting this FREE 1.5 hour webcast covering PIDs, DTCs, graphing, bidirectional control, Mode 6, Direct Hit, and scope usage. We will be diagnosing real problems and live vehicles using OTCs new tool, the Pegisys. We assure you that youll learn some good diagnostic essentials!





OTC Tool Guy Pegisys Direct - Hit Technician 2001 Volkswagen Beetle 1.9 Ltr. Diesel Engine
2001 Volkswagen Beetle 1.9L Customer Complaint = Vehicle does not accelerate well, seems to be underpowered. Procedure: When a 1.9L TDI diesel engine exhibits a lack or power and/or poor acceleration, proceed as follows: 1. Check the intake manifold for excessive carbon buildup and clean as necessary. Remove the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve to gain access and inspect the passages. 2. Using a full function factory compatible scan tool, verify Mass Airflow (MAF) readings as follows: NOTE: The following tests must be performed on a warm engine. 3. Start and idle the vehicle. Enter Engine Address Word 01, Function 08 Read Measuring Blocks and Display Group 003. 4. Observe the 2nd (air mass drawn in specified) and 3rd (air mass drawn in actual) display fields. Both fields should match (typical idle range is 230-370 mg/H). 5. Enter Engine Address Word 01, Function 08 Read Measuring Blocks and Display Group 010. Observe the first (air mass drawn in) 3rd (Manifold Absolute Pressure (MAP)-Boost) and 4th (throttle position) display fields. 6. Perform a Wide Open Throttle (WOT) acceleration from 35 MPH in 3rd gear and record the displayed values in fields 1 and 3 at 3,000 RPM and display field 4 showing 100% throttle. Field 1 should show in excess of 810 mg/H and field 3 should show between 1,700 to 2,080 mbar of available Boost (optimum readings are 1,850 to 1,950 mbar). 7. Lower than normal MAF readings indicate a potential plugged intake or a faulty MAF. Potential Causes: Carbon Fouled Intake Manifold Defective Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Confirmed Fix: 6 - Intake Manifold 2 - Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) Passages 2 - Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor





Pegisys Direct Hit Technician Webinar 062910 Part 3.f4v
Pegisys with Code Assist ™ and Direct Hit Technician ™ Webinar Work was performed on 3 separate Test and Diagnose for Code and No Code type of vehicle failures. 1. We will work on a difficult to obtain scan tool access and repair information, the SUBARU with a symptom of check engine light on, with multiple codes, and all relays and solenoids cycling on and off. We will show how to test and we will show the cause. Codes P1101 -- Manufacturer Controlled Fuel and Air Pump Metering as well as P0500, P1121 and P1510 Codes discussed. 2. Follow this difficult exercise with an even more difficult automobile a Volkswagen with a P0420 Catalyst Efficiency code this is also the same code as a Volkswagen long code 16804. We will look at the Data Display groups and run a forced monitor test on the front and rear HO2S validating their response time. We will also perform a Volkswagen catalytic converter test. We will then determine the cause and the repairs to perform. 3. The final vehicle we will look at will be a Chrysler with symptom of Climate Control that has poor AC and Heating performance with NO Codes detected. We will show how to test and determine the cause. All this will be done with the Pegisys with Code Assist ™ and Direct Hit Technician ™ database at the fender while never leaving the vehicle to obtain additional information, saving time, and improving efficiency and profitability for the technician.





Pegisys Webinar Mode 6 Part 2 April 21, 2011
Diagnosing with Mode 6. This webcast will show you how to use Mode 6 to diagnose common fault problems such as misfires, EGR systems, Catalytic Converter failures, and much more. We will walk you through the theory of Mode 6 and why it is important, the specifics of how it works, and most importantly, how to incorporate it into your diagnostic arsenal.





Genysis Tool Update Procedure
This informative video will show you how to quickly and easily update your Genisys Scan Tool. This powerful kit maximizes technician productivity with the four most popular Genisys options at a value price — USA 2009 Domestic, USA 2009 Asian, USA 2008 European and System 4.0 software with a pre-loaded high speed commercial grade 4 GB memory card for fast installation. Also includes the NEW Code-AssistTM experienced-based Confirmed FixesTM from Identifix.





OTC Scan Tool Diagnostics Overview
This video is an overview of several of our Diagnostic Scan Tools. Included are our Pegisys Wireless Diagnostic Scan Tool, the OTC3111 Diagnostic Scan Tool with "Code Connect" that allows you to access a database of over 3 million verified fixes. We also show you how to do J2534 reset process with the Pegisys and VCI. You will also see video for our TPR Scan Tool the OTC3834 which offer a wide variety of capabilites for domestic and Asian tire pressure sensor reset procedures. Our moderately priced OTC3109 Scan Tool is also included in this video overview





GM - General Motors J2534 Reflash Process
2534 Reprogramming for General Motor/GM Vehicles can be preformed with the Pegisys PC and the Vehicle Communications Interface (VCI) hardware is J2534-1 and J2534-2 compliant. What does this mean? The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) J2534-1 standard applies for all emissions-related systems on 2004 and newer vehicles. The California Air Resources Board (ARB) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have both passed legislation mandating vehicle manufacturers comply with the standard. SAE J2534-2 standard applies to vehicles older than 2004 and non-emissions systems. VCI For example, a device compliant to the J2534-2 is required if you want to reprogram all the supported General Motors controllers and those vehicle older than 2004. The Pegisys PC tool and VCI provide two tools in one and offer a high end diagnostic tool with a connection to the car and Internet capability and a J2534 compliant device for vehicle reprogramming. OTC has stood for value over 85 years and Pegisys delivers!





Pegisys Direct Hit Technician Webinar 062910 Part 1.f4v
Pegisys with Code Assist ™ and Direct Hit Technician ™ Webinar Work was performed on 3 separate Test and Diagnose for Code and No Code type of vehicle failures. 1. We will work on a difficult to obtain scan tool access and repair information, the SUBARU with a symptom of check engine light on, with multiple codes, and all relays and solenoids cycling on and off. We will show how to test and we will show the cause. Codes P1101 -- Manufacturer Controlled Fuel and Air Pump Metering as well as P0500, P1121 and P1510 Codes discussed. 2. Follow this difficult exercise with an even more difficult automobile a Volkswagen with a P0420 Catalyst Efficiency code this is also the same code as a Volkswagen long code 16804. We will look at the Data Display groups and run a forced monitor test on the front and rear HO2S validating their response time. We will also perform a Volkswagen catalytic converter test. We will then determine the cause and the repairs to perform. 3. The final vehicle we will look at will be a Chrysler with symptom of Climate Control that has poor AC and Heating performance with NO Codes detected. We will show how to test and determine the cause. All this will be done with the Pegisys with Code Assist ™ and Direct Hit Technician ™ database at the fender while never leaving the vehicle to obtain additional information, saving time, and improving efficiency and profitability for the technician.





Bosch KTS 340
The Bosch KTS 340, the latest addition to the Bosch Diagnostic range.... KTS 340: More know-how, more networking The number of electronics systems in a vehicle is increasing rapidly. Increasingly, they are networked to safety, comfort and convenience systems. Driving forces behind this development are not only customer desires for increased comfort, but also safety regulations and statutory emission standards. In the face of this challenge, pure ECU diagnostics is no longer sufficient. Further information provided by efficient test equipment is also necessary. A device for all occasions Many workshops need a multifunctional tester. The KTS 340 fulfills this desire. All "tools" necessary for troubleshooting are available in the tester. It is ideally suitable for independent workshops and fast fitters, or as a secondary device for mobile use. KTS 340: Fast diagnosis and simple repairs * Everything for complete vehicle diagnostics: ECU diagnostics, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance * New intuitive operating concept covering all information * Fast and easy to operate via the touchscreen with a standardized screen concept * Can be switched over immediately: From control unit diagnostics to troubleshooting (component repair) and vice versa * Ideal in service speeds up the work steps that make money for the workshop * Easy to handle, mobile everywhere in the workshop and can be used in or on the vehicle * Can perform all workshop tasks: Integrated measuring technology and integrated WLAN (in preparations) * Handy and portable with a large range of functions * Mobile power supply through commercially available batteries * Future-proof: Integrated OBD adapter





Pegisys On-line Training Nov. 9, 2009 Part 1
Wireless Diagnostic Scan Tool Training, How to use the Pegisys, Tool set-up, Wireless set-up to the vehicle, Connect to Direct-Hit, Lab Scope use, Mode 6, Datastream





Pegisys Code to Fix Webinar Part 2 03-25-10
This webinar covered "Code to Fix" illustration of a fast and simple diagnostic procedure using Pegisys to retrieve a Code, obtain repair information for the code and verify the failure and fix. This training demonstrates how Direct - Hit - Technician repair information can be utilized to proceed to the direct test of the failure using the lab scope. Also covered was the On-Tool Repair Information to further guide the technician through the fix. The final part of the webinar covered the various uses of the Pegisys Datastream feature to validate the repair, A brief tour of other training finished off this webinar training session.





Computer No Communication Troubleshooting by Wells Saturn
http://www.wellsve.com/ This video demonstrates the preliminary steps to checking a scan tool no communication problem. It also shows how a Saturn cassette ignition system functions. "The information presented in this program is based on a specific diagnostic case and might not directly apply to the vehicle you are repairing. We do not represent or warrant that the information presented is complete or error free. Please take all safety precautions. We disclaim any and all liability for losses, injuries or damages in connection with your repair."





OTC Tool Guy Pegisys Direct - Hit Technician 2003 Volkswagen Jetta 1.9 Ltr P0380
2000 Volkswagen Jetta 1.9L TDI ALH Customer Complaint = Check engine light on, vehicle starts hard cold code P0380 stored Procedure: 1. With the ignition switch turned off, disconnect the Coolant Temperature Sensor (CTS). 2. Turn the ignition to the on position. The glow plug relay should energize for about 20 seconds (glow system self-test) and supply the glow plugs with 12 volts. 3. Check the amp draw on each individual glow plug. A normal glow plug will show a draw of about 9 amps (On initial application of power, the amp draw will spike high until the glow plug begins to heat. A typical spike can run as high as 19 amps). 4. Check the glow plug wiring and connections for damage, looseness or corrosion. 5. A difference in amperage draw of 3 amps between glow plugs can cause a code P0380 to set. Be sure that all glow plugs are within 3 amps of each other on initial application of power and also during normal glow period. 6. If glow plugs fail testing, always replace them as a set. Potential Causes: Malfunctioning Glow Plug Relay Glow Plug Wiring Assy Malfunctioning Glow Plugs Confirmed Fix: 14 - Glow Plug 3 - Glow Plug Wiring 1 - Glow Plug Relay 3 - Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor, Thermostat 1 - Coolant Temp Sender, Thermostat 1 - Cylinder Head Gasket





OTC 3111 Trilingual OBD II and ABS Scan Tool with CodeConnect
OTC 3111 Scan Tool Trilingual OBD II, CAN & ABS Scan Tool Place 3 million Verified Fixes in the Palm of Your Hand! The new OTC 3111 Scan Tool with CodeConnect™ and ABS displays not just the trouble code, but also can help prioritize troubleshooting with the Top Reported Fixes specific to the vehicle's make, model, year and engine at the touch of the CodeConnect hot key to "connect" with the most probable solution to the vehicle problem. CodeConnect is a comprehensive database of 3 million verified fixes for the trouble codes that cause the check engine light to illuminate. These actual vehicle fixes have been reported and then verified by our team of ASE certified technicians. OTC 3111 Scan Toolwith CodeConnect helps quickly pinpoint the solution, leading to more parts sold and less comebacks. New Features • CodeConnect™ • Record and playback LIVE engine data • Display LIVE real time data • ABS code read/erase capability for most 1996 and newer GM, Ford and Chrysler vehicles • Custom data list for LIVE data • Graph LIVE data • Displays all 9 modes of global OBD II data • Displays enhanced code definitions Hardware Features • Optional battery power • Field updateable via USB port • Trilingual manual (English, Spanish, and French) • Print data to PC Software Features • Read and erase DTCs • Compatible with OBD II and CAN vehicles 1996 and newer • OBD II generic and manufacturer specific code definitions • Read and display MIL status • Read and display I/M monitors • Visual indicator when communicating with vehicle • Pending DTCs • Freeze frame data • Drive cycle mode • State OBD check • Code lookup library • Trilingual menus and definitions CodeConnect indicator screen view Record, graph & playback LIVE data ABS code screen view The CodeConnect information takes vehicle repairs to another level for Do-It-Yourselfers and Technicians alike. CodeConnect provides actual fixes to the problem causing the check engine light to illuminate - providing the Top Reported Fix from the CodeConnect database. The Top Reported Fix is the most probable solution to the vehicle problem and is a shortcut for troubleshooting efforts. OTC 3111 Scan Tool will indicate on screen which codes have the CodeConnect details available. Then it's a simple push of the button to get the CodeConnect information.




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